Coral is one of the oldest Animals on Earth, a stationary Animal, effective upon all living organisms on Earth.


We study current effects of Sound on Coral. We are planning the construction of a multi spectrum speaker system to put under Water to help relieve stress on Coral with complex Sound.


Coral is effective upon Climate Change, Air Quality & pH levels in our Oceans Water.


We believe that part of the building blocks of achieving a level of Peace across our Globe must include helping relieve stress on Coral with Sound.

Facts about Coral (ChatGPT): 



Coral is an animal: While coral may resemble a rock or a plant, it is actually an animal. Specifically, it is a type of marine invertebrate called a coral polyp. Coral polyps belong to the same phylum (Cnidaria) as jellyfish and sea anemones.

Coral reefs are built by coral polyps: Coral reefs are formed by colonies of coral polyps that secrete calcium carbonate skeletons. Over time, these skeletons accumulate and create the intricate structures we recognize as coral reefs.

Coral reefs are ancient: Coral reefs have been around for millions of years. Some of the oldest known coral reefs date back over 500 million years. The Great Barrier Reef in Australia, one of the largest and most famous coral reef systems, is estimated to be between 6,000 and 8,000 years old.

Coral reefs are incredibly diverse: Coral reefs are known for their extraordinary biodiversity. They are home to an estimated 25% of all marine species, despite covering less than 1% of the ocean floor. Coral reefs support a wide variety of fish, crustaceans, mollusks, and other marine organisms.

Coral reefs are found in tropical waters: Coral reefs are predominantly found in warm, tropical waters. They thrive in clear and shallow waters where sunlight can penetrate to support photosynthesis in the algae (zooxanthellae) that live symbiotically within the coral polyps.

Coral reefs are colorful: The vibrant colors of coral reefs come from the symbiotic relationship between coral polyps and photosynthetic algae known as zooxanthellae. The algae provide the coral with nutrients and oxygen through photosynthesis, while the coral provides the algae with a protected environment and compounds necessary for photosynthesis.

Coral bleaching is a major threat: Coral bleaching occurs when coral polyps expel their zooxanthellae due to stress, such as high water temperatures or pollution. This causes the coral to turn white and, if the stress persists, can lead to the death of the coral. Coral bleaching events have become more frequent and severe due to climate change.

There are different types of coral reefs: Coral reefs come in various forms. The three main types are fringing reefs, which form close to the shorelines of continents and islands; barrier reefs, which are separated from the shoreline by a lagoon; and atolls, which are circular or horseshoe-shaped reefs surrounding a central lagoon.

Coral reefs are a valuable source of new medicines: Coral reefs have been a source of inspiration for medical research and the development of new drugs. Scientists have discovered compounds from coral that show promise in treating cancer, inflammation, bacterial infections, and other diseases.

Coral reefs are under threat: Coral reefs face numerous threats, including climate change, ocean acidification, pollution, overfishing, destructive fishing practices, and coastal development. These factors have led to the decline and destruction of many coral reefs worldwide, emphasizing the need for conservation and sustainable practices to protect these valuable ecosystems.

These facts showcase the beauty, complexity, and fragility of coral reefs, highlighting the importance of their conservation and protection.