France: A pristine nature reserve in the Alps

This site is strictly prohibited to the public. Only a few researchers can go there. Their goal? Observing how nature evolves without human action. At the heart of Lauvitel's pristine nature reserve with brut nature.

10/13/2019 8:36 AM


  • Caroline B.
    10/28/2019 08:14

    . A form of utopia perhaps?

  • Nahid J.
    10/27/2019 20:32

    "So know, that there is no deity except God." (Quran 47:19) To know God means that we affirm that He is the sole creator and maintainer of everything that exists (known as Oneness of God’s Creativity). It also entails that we affirm His names and attributes in the context of recognising that they are unique and that nothing can compare to God (known as Oneness of God’s Names and Attributes). Knowledge of God also involves that we must know that He is unique in His Divinity; He alone is entitled to all acts of worship (known as Oneness of God’s Divinity). It must be noted that in Islamic theology it is critical to affirm that nothing whatsoever shares in God’s creative power and ability, names and attributes, and Divinity. All forms of anthropomorphism are completely rejected. God is transcendent and maximally perfect. He has no imperfections. The concept of oneness in the Islamic spiritual tradition is referred to as tawheed, which linguistically means to affirm oneness or to make something one or unique.

  • Von P.
    10/26/2019 17:49

    Heisenberg: "Observation changes the behavior of the subject of the observation". (paraphrased). And here's proof: the mushrooms are hiding! See min 4:00.

  • C A.
    10/26/2019 14:08

    This research is fascinating and will provide data about the climate.

  • Wayne C.
    10/26/2019 10:46

    I so want to go there.

  • Eva L.
    10/26/2019 08:50

    The more focus the more people will do what they can to go there - prohibition or not/difficult access or not. Keep quiete about these areas!

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