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Insightful Films on the Afterlife: “Astral City: A Spiritual Journey” and “The Mothers of Chico Xavier”

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Cinema Scene

Insightful Films on the Afterlife: “Astral City: A Spiritual Journey” and “The Mothers of Chico Xavier”

Chico Xavier was a well-known Brazilian philanthropist and medium in Spiritism. The first film, “Astral City: A Spiritual Journey,” is based on one of his best-selling books with the same name. Through the book, the spirit of Dr. André Luiz tells of his experiences, lessons, and spiritual awakening in the astral city that he stays in after leaving Earth. Our second film is the 2011 drama, “The Mothers of Chico Xavier,” inspired by the true stories from Marcel Souto Maior's book. The thought-provoking film reminds us of the ephemeral nature of life, while illustrating that there is life after death and that our every action has a consequence.
Cinema Scene
2019-11-15   523 Views
Cinema Scene
2019-11-15

Aviral Pokhrel: The Boy Who Can “See” Using Touch and Smell

00:15:59
Science and Spirituality

Aviral Pokhrel: The Boy Who Can “See” Using Touch and Smell

Twelve-year-old Aviral Pokhrel of Nepal has an unusual ability. He can see colors and objects through his senses of touch and smell. I try to feel using my hands, and if I’m unable to identify things clearly with my hands, then I try to smell them. And based on their smell, I can tell what they are. Sometimes it just comes to me, then based on that I say what it is and it matches, too. And when we practice even more and more deeply, and go even deeper, we may be able to just hold a book in our hands, just shake it to even figure out what’s there on which page number of the book.
Science and Spirituality
2019-10-11   922 Views
Science and Spirituality
2019-10-11

Clifford the Big Red Dog

00:13:30
Kids' Wonderland

Clifford the Big Red Dog

Many of you have probably watched the American TV series, “Clifford the Big Red Dog.” Clifford has been a faithful and delightful companion for several generations of kids in America, and other countries. Did you know that the TV series was based on a book series of the same name? The author is Mr. Norman Bridwell, an American author and cartoonist. Clifford’s stories not only evolved into a TV series, but also transitioned to videos, games, and even a live-action film. Of course with his big size and eagerness to help, Clifford sometimes gets himself into trouble, but not on purpose. Are you ready to try out one of Clifford’s video games? This one is fun: Clifford’s Scavenger Hunt. Let’s get started. Join Clifford and his friends for a Scavenger Hunt. Remember to brush up on Clifford's Fire Safety rules! We hope Clifford’s kindness and helpfulness inspire you to do the same for your family, friends, and community.
Kids' Wonderland
2020-04-04   653 Views
Kids' Wonderland
2020-04-04

Machu Picchu: The Magnificent Sanctuary of the Inca

00:15:14
The World Around Us

Machu Picchu: The Magnificent Sanctuary of the Inca

Peru’s distinct heritage has shaped a country where the people’s well-being and harmony with nature is treasured. Around 600 years ago, the Incas were the largest civilization in South America. In 1983, Machu Picchu was declared a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Site and in 2007, it was voted one of the New7Wonders of the World by Swiss corporation New7Wonders Foundation. In the midst of a tropical jungle, the Incan city is surrounded by terraces and temples constructed with huge blocks of stone joined without any mortar. The Incas had special reverence for rock and stone, which were thought of as a living entity. At the highest point of the sacred complex sits the Intihuatana Stone. Machu Picchu was an important and sacred place to the Inca Empire, called Tahuantinsuyo by the Incas. The Incas worshipped deities from the environment, such as the Moon, the Sun, and thunder, which reflect the respect that the Incas had for nature. Natural formations such as rivers, mountains, and lakes are also considered sacred by the Incas.
The World Around Us
2020-04-02   146 Views
The World Around Us
2020-04-02

Lesson of the Bell of Atri

00:15:21
Kids' Wonderland

Lesson of the Bell of Atri

Hundreds of years ago, the town of Atri was ruled by a good king. Often though, he didn’t feel at ease. ‘I want my people to live happily in peace, and anyone who is treated unfairly should get justice. What can I do?’ Looking for a solution, he ordered his minister to acquire a great bell, and hung it in tower in the middle of the town square. It’s called “The Bell of Justice.” “Whenever any one of you requires it, you can ring it and then one of our judges will hear your case, and provide justice.” Later, the people of Atri suddenly heard the bell sounding loudly. They were very surprised as it had not happened for a long time. When everyone reached the square, they were surprised to find it was an old horse that was pulling the grapevine! The horse rang “The Bell of Justice” on purpose. Look! He is extremely skinny and famished. It’s obvious that he was not well-taken care of. It is very possible that he has rung the bell to complain against his human companion. He belongs to an old knight living on the hill. The judges asked for the old knight to appear before them. Your horse has asked for justice and he shall have it. When the king heard this, he was very pleased that even animals in his kingdom received justice. The horse lived comfortably and happily thereafter.
Kids' Wonderland
2020-03-28   335 Views
Kids' Wonderland
2020-03-28

Bulgarian Folk Melodies: Harmonies of the Soul, Part 1 of 2

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Cultural Traces Around the World

Bulgarian Folk Melodies: Harmonies of the Soul, Part 1 of 2

Since ancient times, singing has been mainly a female attribute in Bulgaria, while men mostly serve as instrumentalists. The powerful resonance, range, texture, and its penetrating quality are the most distinct characteristics of the Bulgarian voice. The songs are mostly traditional folk ballads, with the lyrics emphasizing people’s everyday feelings and lives. This simple, yet “straight from the heart” from allows the Bulgarians to express their deepest feelings, let go of difficult situations, and connect with their Divine nature. In the 1950’s, a famous Bulgarian composer, Filip Kutev, gathered female singers from all corners of the country, even remote villages, to form the first ever female choir. Today the choir, Le Mystère des Voix Bulgares, or Mystery of the Bulgarian Voices, continues to touch the souls of people around the world. Let’s listen to an excerpt from a song entitled “Polegnala e Todora,” or “Todora Fell Asleep.” There is a natural transcending energy that seems to flow from the beautiful harmonies. “Todora fell asleep, Maiden Todoro, Todoro, Todora fell asleep, Maiden Todoro, Todoro, Under a tree, under an olive tree.”
Cultural Traces Around the World
2020-03-25   245 Views
Cultural Traces Around the World
2020-03-25

Michelangelo: Divine Artistic Genius, Part 1 of 2

00:11:50
Models of Success

Michelangelo: Divine Artistic Genius, Part 1 of 2

A leading light of the Italian Renaissance, Michelangelo was known as "II Divino" meaning "the divine one," and is considered one of the greatest artists of all time. A poet, sculptor, and architect, his creations include internationally renowned masterpieces like the famous marble sculpture of King David of Israel and the magnificent biblical painting on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. Michelangelo was also a principal architect involved in constructing one of the Vatican's holiest buildings, St. Peter's Basilica. Michelangelo was first and foremost a sculptor, displaying his talents from a young age. He could see a connection between the human form and the soul, bringing his sculptors to life in a novel way for his time. His use of light and shadow gives his sculptures a truly authentic presence. “I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free.” - Michelangelo Buonarroti
Models of Success
2020-03-15   358 Views
Models of Success
2020-03-15

Dr. Stephen Gorad (Vegan) on Quinoa - Supergrain of the Future, Part 1 of 3

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Healthy Living

Dr. Stephen Gorad (Vegan) on Quinoa - Supergrain of the Future, Part 1 of 3

Dr. Gorad, a vegan, attended school in the USA, starting with the Bronx High School of Science and then studying at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He ultimately earned a Ph.D. from Boston University and became a clinical psychologist. He did not feel fulfilled by this career path and thus decided to pursue spiritual practice. As part of his spiritual journey, he traveled to the South American Andes and found out about quinoa. “So, the bottom line is that quinoa is a food, and not only is it a food, but it’s the type of food that could be a staple food. The main thing was that quinoa has more protein than an+H5y of the other grains. So quinoa has all of the essential amino acids. So, in that respect, they call it+G5 a complete protein. But more than that is the ratio of the quantities of each of those essential amino acids. Quinoa has that perfect balance. It’s a perfect food for everybody. Quinoa has no gluten. Quinoa has antioxidant effects on the body. It has anti-inflammatory effects in the body. And some research indicated that it’s actually protective against cancer.
Healthy Living
2020-03-14   534 Views
Healthy Living
2020-03-14

Celestial Art Exhibitions - Sharing Blessings from Heaven, Part 1 of 2

00:18:56
Enlightening Entertainment

Celestial Art Exhibitions - Sharing Blessings from Heaven, Part 1 of 2

Supreme Master Ching Hai is not only a fully enlightened Spiritual Master, but also a prolific artist whose aesthetic creations include oil paintings, fan paintings, decorative lamps, jewelry and clothing designs, culinary art, architectural and landscape designs, poetry, and musical compositions. The collective name of Master’s Heaven-inspired creations is Celestial Art. Over the years, in order to introduce Master’s precious artistic creations, which are full of Heavenly blessings, our Association members host Celestial Art exhibitions in various parts of the world. On today’s program, we’re delighted to feature some of these events. “The Celestial Art Exhibitions” at the premier of Loving the Silent Tears, the Musical, 2012. “Absolutely wonderful! It’s like fantasyland.” Our next stop is Taiwan, also known as Formosa. Celestial Art exhibitions in Taiwan (Formosa). “Although I have never met Supreme Master, through Her images and Her art works, I can perceive Her great love for Earth. She is a spiritual Master who is also a humanitarian.”
Enlightening Entertainment
2020-03-14   432 Views
Enlightening Entertainment
2020-03-14

“The Moneyless Manifesto: Live Well, Live Rich, Live Free” – Interview with Mark Boyle, Part 2 of 3

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Uplifting Literature

“The Moneyless Manifesto: Live Well, Live Rich, Live Free” – Interview with Mark Boyle, Part 2 of 3

As we continue our interview with the progressive author, Mark Boyle shares more about his current lifestyle, as well as his most recent book, “The Way Home: Tales from a Life Without Technology.” “In recent years, I’ve moved back to Ireland, and I’ve begun living without technology. From that point onwards, the day changes depending on the weather, depending on my mood, depending on how I’m feeling, what my body wants to do. And I think having no phone, having no email, is a real help in that, in that there’s no distractions. “We talk too much these days. So stopping talking for the week really made me go inwards and kind of think.” “If you look at wild animals, they’re very alert. Like, they’re got shorter lives, but they live for every single moment. I just think when you, when any of us, are at our peak, and when we’re feeling fully tapped into source, like when we’re connected to all living things, I think there’s going to be more tendency towards beauty in that, with that connection.”
Uplifting Literature
2020-03-13   433 Views
Uplifting Literature
2020-03-13

Orangutans – The Rainforest’s Gardeners

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Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Orangutans – The Rainforest’s Gardeners

The name “orangutan” is originally from the Malay and Indonesian word, “orang,” which means “person,” and “hutan,” that translates as “forest.” So, the name orangutan translates to “person of the forest.” We are considered closely related to humans, as we share 97% of human DNA. We are also considered a Great Ape, along with gorillas and chimpanzees. An orangutan’s lifespan is around 40 to 45 years in the wild. Orangutans are one of the most intelligent primates in the world, ranking even above chimpanzees and gorillas. Orangutans are well known as the “gardeners of the forests” as we help to shape and preserve the lush rainforest areas of Borneo and Sumatra. Being the largest arboreal animal, our fruit-eating diet and how we travel through the greenery makes us excellent seed dispersers. Sadly, orangutan populations are quickly diminishing. The main reason for this is oil palm tree cultivation! Our land is being rapidly cleared for oil palm tree plantations. Changing temperatures, wildfires, and rain are altering the areas where we search for food. Climate change also plays a large role in the destruction of the orangutan habitat.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-03-13   268 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-03-13

Jongmyo Shrine: The Noble Simplicity and Calm Grandeur of Korea, Part 2 of 2

00:19:16
The World Around Us

Jongmyo Shrine: The Noble Simplicity and Calm Grandeur of Korea, Part 2 of 2

Rich in culture and tradition, Jongmyo Jerye is the only royal Confucian ritual in the world inherited and performed with such authenticity. The Jongmyo Jerye is called a composite art, combining ritual, music, song, and dance. Its ritual music has a special meaning for Koreans. The music was composed by His Majesty King Sejong the Great, who is still highly respected as the greatest king in Korean history. Korean art director Kye Seong-won explains the special reason why Sejong the Great created these songs. “Jongmyo Jeryeak, the ritual music, was made by Sejong the Great in the 15th century. The music that was previously used as court music in the royal palace was from China. As we all know, Sejong the Great made our own letters because our language is different from China. Just like that, Sejong the Great created so many pieces of music himself, and it was called ‘new music’ at the time.” The ritual music for Jongmyo Jerye, made with traditional Korean instruments and melodies, originated from King Sejong’s filial piety to continue playing the music that the deceased kings normally enjoy listening to even after their deaths. In Confucianism, filial piety is regarded as a great virtue, and Jongmyo Jerye is also based on filial piety to the deceased king. Therefore, the music made by Sejong the Great suits the true meaning of Jongmyo Jerye.
The World Around Us
2020-03-05   232 Views
The World Around Us
2020-03-05

Heliogen: Replacing Fossil Fuels with Sunlight

00:13:04
Golden Age Technology

Heliogen: Replacing Fossil Fuels with Sunlight

In November 2019, the new California-based company Heliogen reported an exciting breakthrough in solar-concentration technology. The startup focuses on using clean energy to eliminate the need for fossil fuels. The breakthrough at Heliogen offers carbon-free, cost-effective solar technology to replace fossil fuels, thus bringing about the hope of decarbonizing these large emitters of greenhouse gasses. It was the potential of transforming heavy industry through renewable energy and mitigating climate change that motivated Bill Gates to invest in Heliogen. Using CO2 obtained from the atmosphere, solar fuels produced by concentrated solar thermal energy will be completely carbon neutral. “Our HelioHeat can be used by customers to replace their use of harmful fossil fuels. The world's first technology that can commercially replace fossil fuels with carbon-free ultra-high temperature heat from the Sun, taking a major step towards solving climate change.”
Golden Age Technology
2020-03-02   292 Views
Golden Age Technology
2020-03-02

Jongmyo Shrine: The Noble Simplicity and Calm Grandeur of Korea, Part 1 of 2

00:18:30
The World Around Us

Jongmyo Shrine: The Noble Simplicity and Calm Grandeur of Korea, Part 1 of 2

In the midst of downtown Seoul stands a woodland, untouched by the busy city, as tranquil as if time has stood still. Here rests Jongmyo Shrine, the most sacred place of worship in Korea for the past 600 years. Jongmyo is a temple that enshrines the spirits of the 25 kings that ruled Korea during the Joseon dynasty. In December 1995, the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural organization(UNESCO)designated Jongmyo as a World Heritage Site, recognizing it as “the oldest and most authentic of the Confucian royal ancestral shrines, with a unique spatial layout that has been preserved in its entirely.” In other words, it was the temple of Joseon Dynasty, the most sacred space. The kings of the Joseon Dynasty prayed for national peace and the well-being of the people here. The beauty of Jongmyo’s structures lies in the extreme simplicity and moderation in their design. Even globally, it is a very unique architecture. There is a saying, “Noble Simplicity and Calm Grandeur.”
The World Around Us
2020-02-27   225 Views
The World Around Us
2020-02-27

A Jubilant Celebration of Supreme Master Ching Hai Day, Part 3 of 4

00:20:33
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms

A Jubilant Celebration of Supreme Master Ching Hai Day, Part 3 of 4

Supreme Master Ching Hai Day reminds all of us to remember God at all times and to help elevate the World. I’m glad that the Ching Hai Day has, or had, or will have inspired you to do good things, to be noble and kind to all our co-inhabitants, including animals, insects, bees. These are helpful to us, and worms even. Because of this day, I was very touched. It dawned on me that this is a very significant day, significant meaning. So I wanted to really thank the American government today for this Day, as I truly understand and truly realize that they really meant what they did. This is what I wrote. “Dear Americans, When I got the ‘World Spiritual Leadership Award,’ I didn’t think much about it. …Because of this, because of this honoring ceremony and recognition, we have hope for our peaceful planet. Because, if the government of the USA is so pure-hearted like that, we have hope and trust in the government of the USA and the government in other countries for peace and the spiritual upliftment of mankind. It took me all these years to grasp the significance of that Supreme Master Ching Hai Day, 22nd of February, 1994. Even though I didn’t care so much about worldly fame, I am so happy today, to remember and thank the Americans and the government for this honor.”
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2020-02-27   356 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2020-02-27

Traditonal Musical Instrument: Taiko - The Heartbeat of Japan

00:19:28
Cultural Traces Around the World

Traditonal Musical Instrument: Taiko - The Heartbeat of Japan

In Japanese “Taiko” means the “great drum.” For generations, the method of taiko playing has been taught and passed on by grand masters. In varying shapes and sizes, taiko drums have long been a part of Japanese cultural, religious, and musical traditions. The art of taiko drumming is known for its tightly choreographed movements similar to martial arts. The instrument’s fluid, powerful, and rhythmic playing style symbolizes the heartbeat of Japan. With the emergence of art forms such as Noh and Kabuki dance-drama, taiko drums eventually became an accompanying instrument in theatre and court music. The Buddhist and Shinto religions gave taiko drums a sanctifying role. Taiko drumming is also an integral part of Matsuri festivals in Japan, where communities celebrate the gods and honour their ancestors. There are now over 8,000 taiko groups in Japan, more than a dozen groups in Canada, and many more worldwide. Let's enjoy a synchronized drumming performance by Kokyo Taiko.
Cultural Traces Around the World
2020-02-26   382 Views
Cultural Traces Around the World
2020-02-26

Shining World Award Laureates – Honorable Deeds for an Illuminated World, Part 1 of 2

00:15:28
Shining World Awards

Shining World Award Laureates – Honorable Deeds for an Illuminated World, Part 1 of 2

It is our pleasure to introduce some of the distinguished individuals, animal companions, and organizations who were honored with the Shining World Award by Supreme Master Ching Hai. An historic peace deal to jointly develop the Karamoja-Pokot-Tukana region along the nations’ border, has been witnessed by both His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta, the president of Kenya, and Ugandan President, His Excellency, Yoweri Museveni. Supreme Master Ching Hai: “Joyously present Their Excellencies Uhuru Kenyatta and Yoweri Museveni each the Shining World Leadership Award for Peace with highest esteem, honoring salute and best wishes.” The non-profit-wildlife organization Bats QLD (Flying Foxes & Microbats) lnc, is enticing flying foxes in the area with “apple kebabs.” These adorable mammals are crucial in maintaining forest ecosystems by cross pollinating tall coastal forest trees. Supreme Master Ching Hai: “Thankfully present Bats QLD the Shining Word Caring Award plus US$15,000 as a loving token of support toward this good cause.” A system to safeguard birds from power lines at night has been developed by United States scientists. Supreme Master Ching Hai: “Joyfully present the Shining Would Invention Award to EDM international for this compassionate project, with much love, high praises and gratitude, in Heaven’s grace and blessings.”
Shining World Awards
2020-02-26   337 Views
Shining World Awards
2020-02-26

Gentle Governments, Gentle Citizens: Cabo Verde, Central African Republic, Chad (Part 12)

00:19:55
Positive Changes in Countries

Gentle Governments, Gentle Citizens: Cabo Verde, Central African Republic, Chad (Part 12)

Cabo Verde is a growing, tropical paradise tourist destination that’s vegan friendly and going green. Cabo Verde is indeed plant-based as well as green, with more and more restaurants offering delicious, healthy vegan options on their menus. Last but not least, women in Cabo Verde have come a long way since the country’s independence in 1975. The government of the Central African Republic is steadfastly moving toward being a peaceful, prosperous and healthy country for its citizens. In February 2019, representatives from the CAR government and 14 opposition groups met in the capital city of Khartoum, Sudan for first ever face-to-face peace talks. On February 6, the Agreement for Peace and Reconciliation was signed by all parties. Chad has been one of the most impoverished countries in Africa, and yet we are also among the world’s top refugee accepting countries. The government of Chad has also been working on policies that help displaced people. Chad joined the African Rhino Conservation Phan in partnership with 11 other African countries. This plan hopes to provide safe passage within and between countries, to increase the population of rhinos throughout Africa.
Positive Changes in Countries
2020-02-25   281 Views
Positive Changes in Countries
2020-02-25

Friends of Eternity - A Special Gathering with Supreme Master Ching Hai and Cherished Artists, Part 30

00:25:33
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms

Friends of Eternity - A Special Gathering with Supreme Master Ching Hai and Cherished Artists, Part 30

“And to meet Her in person was really surreal, and so loving and so respectful. She has so much respect and love for artists, and for animals, and for the earth, and everything that means so much to me and it was very surreal. She’s beautiful inside and out.” “Supreme Master, She is constantly reminding me that love and respect is a communication and a language that everyone can speak. As long as they’re opening their eyes and their ears. And the world is a much brighter place knowing that She’s in it.” “Supreme Master is a force of nature. And that’s what’s unique about Her. Here is this, I don’t want to say a little, there is this compact Woman, Who has the power of a ten-story giant. She convinces people with warmth and love. I get to see You years apart, and You don’t change. And it’s not that Your body doesn’t change, and Your love doesn’t change. It gets stronger. And that is a blessing for You and for us.”
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2020-02-25   514 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2020-02-25

The Marvelous Abilities of Birds, Part 1 of 2

00:14:48
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

The Marvelous Abilities of Birds, Part 1 of 2

There have been many stages in our evolution that contributed to our ability to fly. For example, we had to develop delicate wings, strong chest muscles, and several different kinds of feathers. Humans have long admired and envied our ability to fly. They have experimented and invented all kinds of means to duplicate what we do naturally in the sky. Since we birds are often far above the ground, we needed a number of adaptations to give us great eyesight. First, we have the largest eyes in the animal kingdom, relative to body size, which helps us to have very keen vision. From the outside, our eyes may appear small, but on the inside our eyes are so big that most of us cannot move them. Among warm-blooded animals, our ability to regenerate retinal neurons is outstanding. Scientists are trying to understand how it works, and believe there may be a way to unlock this ability in humans. If so, it would open the door to treatments for a wide variety of eye diseases.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-02-24   368 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-02-24

Designing the Transportation of the Future: The SkyWay Transport Systems, Part 2 of 2

00:18:58
Golden Age Technology

Designing the Transportation of the Future: The SkyWay Transport Systems, Part 2 of 2

On today’s program, we’ll meet Mr. Artjoms Kurbanovs, the SkyWay Group of Companies investor from Latvia. He tells us about the Unifly, a vehicle designed to replace the family car. “We're now at our high-speed ‘Unifly,’ the transport that moves at 500 km/h. And to drive it, to operate it, will cost much less, because to build all this we need less resources, less time plus it’s total eco-friendliness: no pollution of either air or Earth.” In addition to its unique aerodynamic design, the Unifly has many other advantages over our traditional means of transportation. “It’s amazing: the weight is very low. So, we have great energy-saving for driving. This vehicle moves on solar batteries, on wind energy - this is transport that uses renewable kinds of energy.” One of the greatest benefits is that the entire system is elevated, which substantially improves its operational safety. One of the most exciting features of SkyWay’s system is that it will leave a minimal footprint on Earth. SkyWay believes that their unique system will make it much easier and faster for people to travel to work.
Golden Age Technology
2020-02-24   512 Views
Golden Age Technology
2020-02-24

Designing the Transportation of the Future: The SkyWay Transport Systems, Part 1 of 2

00:17:08
Golden Age Technology

Designing the Transportation of the Future: The SkyWay Transport Systems, Part 1 of 2

The SkyWay Group is developing a high-speed elevated urban and freight transportation system with vehicles that can travel up to 500 km/h. On today’s program, we’ll speak with Dr. Anatoly Yunitskiy, Founder, President, and Lead Designer of the SkyWay Group of Companies. For Dr. Yunitskiy, SkyWay has been a lifelong project. When Dr. Yunitskiy introduced the world to the SkyWay transport systems, his concept attracted global recognition. “We created a machine with no parallels for its parameters, and this is innovative. Since we are up to ten times more effective than a car, we need ten times less fuel. That means we’ll disturb the environment less, with less emissions.” Dr. Yunitskiy envisions a transportation system that would exist not only on land, but also through the ocean. Dr. Yunitskiy believes that with green technology, our future is bright.
Golden Age Technology
2020-02-17   2740 Views
Golden Age Technology
2020-02-17
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