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Think Tank: The Robert Edward Grant Podcast with Veda Austin

Robert and Veda investigate the world of water’s transformative powers and scientific mysteries.


In this captivating episode, Robert, joined by guest expert Veda Austin, delves into the fascinating world of water’s transformative powers and scientific mysteries. Veda, a multifaceted water researcher, speaker, mother, artist, and writer, has spent a decade capturing the essence of water through her photography. She regards water as a manifestation of intelligence intricately linked with every life form on Earth and beyond. Her work with crystallographic images uncovers water’s consciousness and interactions with thoughts and creation, conveying a message of hope and inclusivity.

During the discussion, Veda shares insights from her research into the crystalline structures of water, discussing how environmental factors and human emotions influence these. She also shares a harrowing story about a car crash that profoundly changed her life, adding a deeply personal dimension to the discussion. Robert contributes by weaving in concepts from his studies in mathematics and physics, focusing on how geometric and fractal patterns manifest in natural systems.

The conversation broadens to encompass the synergy between science and art, underscoring the importance of interdisciplinary approaches in unveiling new facets of the natural world and the philosophical impacts of perceiving water beyond its tangible properties. Veda extends her passion by educating children in primary schools, combining water science with art to foster a connection with water’s living systems. She shares her insights through interviews and podcasts, advocating for a deeper appreciation of water as the foundation of life.

Robert and Veda enrich the conversation with personal stories from their research adventures, bringing complex scientific concepts closer to a broad audience.

This episode is more than a conversation about water; it represents a profound exploration of how nature’s complexities can spur innovation across various disciplines and reshape our understanding of the universe.

About our featured guest:

Veda Austin is a water researcher, public speaker, mother, artist  and author. She has dedicated the last 10 years observing and photographing the life of water. She believes that water is fluid intelligence, observing itself through every living organism on the planet and in the Universe.

Her primary area of focus is photographing water in its ‘state of creation’, the space between liquid and ice. It is through her remarkable crystallographic photos that water reveals its awareness of not only Creation, but thought and intention through imagery. 

Veda brings a message of hope and joy from the very source of life itself, she says “Water is transparent, it knows no colour, creed or religion. Water does not judge, nor does it label, it will enter the body of an ant as easily as it will enter the body of a king, or a homeless person or a tree or a dragonfly. Water is our constant companion, from the moment we are conceived it is always with us…even upon death, it is water that evaporates from the physical rising upwards into the Heavens. 

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