Viktor Schauberger was an Austrian inventor who sought to emulate nature in the generation of energy.
He thought that human technology had it all backwards, by basically running on controlled explosions, when his observations of nature revealed that energy was generated via implosion by means of vortices.
He developed implosive turbine engines in the 1940s and he was tapped by the Nazis against his will. After World War II, he was brought to the US to be debriefed by the US military, which almost drove him mad before he allowed to return home whereupon he soon passed away.
This film explores the many intriguing insights of the original thinker who was Viktor Schauberger.