50-Year-Old Experiment Directed To A Mysterious Forest In Japan
This beautiful pattern formed in a forest in Japan is so mystifying. When you see from above the scene looks quite unbelievable. The trees here are grown in perfect concentric circles. This was all a result of the bizarre experiment that happened 50 years ago. This is the Miyazaki Prefecture of southern Japan.
This pattern is made of innumerable trees that rise toward the sky. And so it looks like concentric circles from the sky. The reason behind the pattern is mystifying and many people have been tried to decode this. The Japanese Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries took the decision in 1973 about the spacing of trees and growth. The experiment named was named, “experimental forestry”. They planted trees in 10-degree radial increments to form 10 concentric circles.
They created this visual creativity from natural beauty. You have to witness this Bizarre sight at least once. It grew in a convex shape. As per the rules instead of harvesting the trees in five years, the officials of Japan decided to conserve this forest.
The google view
The Google view of this convex forest is spectacular, the beauty of this nature should be preserved as the other parts of this world. Experiments like this are great as they give us a reason not to cut down the forest.
The problems that we face, like deforestation, global warming and we can face these problems by taking measures like this. Japan did really do a great job when it came up with this idea of conducting the experiment.
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