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  • Mother Nature is the personification of nature itself, and has the task of nurturing those on Earth.
  • Mother Nature is God's wife. Afterall, if God wasn't married, that would make Jesus a bastard. Nixo-facto, Mother Nature is God's wife. Liberals who say that God isn't married want to perpetuate the lie that God is an unmarried bachelor well past his prime, like George Clooney. In addition, because George Bush is a direct descendant of Jesus, Bush and Mother Nature are related. She doesn't mind that they don't speak; she understands that he needs to have his own life.
  • After the End 2-7
  • Mother Nature is the goddess of life, fertility, weather and natural forces and undoubtedly the most powerful magical being in the Wizards of Waverly Place Universe. She has to keep the balance of the natural forces of Earth and has found that to be hard due to pollution.
  • Mother Nature is a good friend of Barney's who cares for our beautiful Earth. Even though Mother Nature is very ecstatic and eccentric, she takes her job very seriously. Mother Nature cares for our Earth very much. She wears a flower hair band and has black curly hair. She also goes bare foot. Mother Nature is able to talk to all things of Nature. She can talk to animals and plants. Mother Nature says that if you take care of the nature of Earth, they will take care of you too!
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Mother Nature is a common personification of nature that focuses on the life-giving and nurturing aspects of nature, who has managed to appear as a character in a few Christmas productions.
  • "Mother Nature" is the second segment of the 30th episode of The Fairly OddParents.
  • Doof N Puss discover the mayor's daughter has become seduced by nature.
  • An woman named Mary loves plants.When she finds an antidote which can trun plants and trees attack humanity,Mary becomes the leader after letting a vine going right though her back.She then attacks her first city,New york.
  • "Mother Nature" is the first story in the 37th episode of the animated children's series Little Bear.
  • She was the first female human under the name Eve who was married to first male and human Adam while she was the guardian of the Tree of Life. She then received powers from the Tree of Life to rule over all livings in perspective nature. She was called mother by all monsters and in legend as a Mother Nature. She later mated with the Chief of Cree Nation, Creed who later owns half of nature. She was then tricked by the Scavenger to wage war against Sentry and all sentient life-forms. She was then convinced by Creed to step down while led the war.
  • Despite US President Theodore Roosevelt's attempts to ease the effects of the Great Depression in 1933 with his New Deal, Mother Nature turned the American Midwest into a giant dustbowl. In May 1939, Indiana Jones drove a jungle rodent into the path of an anaconda which was blocking his way. When the snake moved to attack the rodent, Jones praised Mother Nature.
  • She has been linked to many historical terraist attacks throughout history, such as the sinking of Doggerland, the Biblical great deluge, the 79 A.D. eruption of Vesuvius, the destruction of the Colossus of Rhodes and the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the sinking of Titanic (by the means of summoning forth a massive iceberg) and the extinction of the Pleistocene megafauna, just to mention a few. Some atrocities have only been interrupted because humans beat her to the banquet and achieved the same effect, such as the exinction of moa and elephant birds. However, while she has been blamed by some of having wiped out the dinosaurs as well, that claim is now considered unsubstantial to a large extant since that event has since been linked to an extraterrestrial invader 65 million years ago.
  • When Earth was pulled from its' orbit by a strong magnetic force, Superman stopped it, by pushing the Earth back into its' natural orbit. But it wasn't an easy task, and as he struggled, he said: "Don't fight me Mother Earth!" Marvin once said you can't fool with Mother Nature. One beautiful summer day, nature was at her best. The birds were singing, the sun was shining, and the clouds lazily drift by. It seemed nothing could disturb such a beautiful day at the chicken farm, until a large red spaceship flies by.
  • _ Mother Nature is one of the members of Councile of Legendary Figures,she has 4 sons : - Heat Miser,Snow Miser,Northwind and Grinch and other 4 children with her husband Father Time - She mostly takes care of animals and of the both forest and plants in her kingdom.- She along her friends of the Councile and with 7 Holliday leaders fights The World againts Dark lords evil and his monsters.She with <default>Mother Nature</default> Biological Information Gender Age Species Birthday Other Information Pets Family Played by Other Names
  • The arch-Nature Spirit of Earth... or whatever planet is the story's setting. May or may not have a humanoid form (substitute "humanoid" with whatever species equivalent in non-terrestrial settings), but if it is, it's Always Female due to Mother Nature, Father Science. Of course, if you actually look at old cultures Mother Nature tends to occur mainly in fertile places, and infertile parts of the world often had male Earth deities. Egypt had Geb, for instance, and the Norse had Ymir and Frey. Examples
  • Mother Nature is a character that appeared in the Smurfs cartoon special "The Smurfs' Springtime Special" and has appeared in the main series up to Season 8. She is an elderly figure who has control and power over various nature patterns, and is the constant provider of all material blessings in the Smurf Forest. She has white hair tied up in a bun, wears a long bell-bottomed dress, and carries a star-topped wand with her. She lives in a beautiful cottage located somewhere in the Smurf forest. Her character was voiced by June Foray.
  • The word nature comes from the Latin word, natura, meaning birth or character (see nature (innate)). In English its first recorded use, in the sense of the entirety of the phenomena of the world, was very late in history in 1266; however natura, and the personification of Mother Nature, was widely popular in the Middle Ages and as a concept seated between the properly divine and the human, it can be traced to Ancient Greece - though Earth or Eorthe in the Old English period may have been personified as a goddess and the Norse also had a goddess called Jord Earth.
  • The earliest written and safely dated literal references to the term "Mother Earth" occur in Mycenaean Greek ma-ka (transliterated as ma-ga), "Mother Gaia", written in Linear B syllabic script (13th or 12th century BCE). The various myths of nature goddesses such as Inanna/Ishtar (myths and hymns attested on Mesopotamian tablets as early as the 3rd millennium BC) show that the personification of the creative and nurturing sides of Nature as female deities had deep roots. In Greece, the pre-Socratic philosophers had "invented" nature when they abstracted the entirety of phenomena of the world as singular: physis, and this was inherited by Aristotle. Later medieval Christian thinkers did not see nature as inclusive of everything, but thought that she had been created by God; her place lay on
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  • The Tree of Life
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  • A Miser Brothers' Christmas
  • The Year Without A Santa Claus
  • The Santa Clause 2 & 3
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  • Mother Nature possesses no true form, but takes on the form of a beautiful woman, usually 15 feet tall, with green hair and blue, pupil-less eyes.
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  • Mother Nature
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  • 30.0
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  • Bradley A. Dotson
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  • The Crimson Chin meets Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad!
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  • Mother Nature
Relatives
  • The Impossible , Father Time , the Almighty One , the Dark Overlord , Faunos , Floros , many other relatives
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  • Blue
Age
  • unknown
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Affiliation
  • The Impossible‚Äôs Pantheon
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  • Green
Name
  • Mother Nature
Education
  • Possesses virtual omniscience
Airdate
  • 2002-09-06
  • 2003-05-17
  • --09-06
  • --05-17
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  • Mother Nature as she appears in The Year Without a Santa Claus.
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  • Season 1
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  • Mom's weather predictions to always be correct
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  • Mother of Life, Queen of Monsters and Creatures
  • Mother Earth, Gaea, Mother, Great Mother, the World, A'akuluujjusi, Aditi, Akka, Akna, Ala, Ammaveru, Citlacicue, Coatilique, Danu, Dilga, Domnu, Eithinoha, Erce, Gaia, Hou Tou Guo Huang, Ix Chebel Yax, Izanami, Jord, Ki, Nana, Neith, Nertha, Ninhursag, Nokomis, Ot, Pachamama, Papahanau-Moku, Prakriti, Spenta Armaiti, Terra, Umai, Vaat, possibly others
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  • Variable
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  • Nature
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  • June Foray
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  • Variable
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  • Immortal elemenatl
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  • Mother Nature
  • Mother nature
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  • Secret
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  • The Center of the Universe
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  • Inapplicable
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  • Aisha Tyler
  • Carol Kane
  • Patricia Hamilton
  • Rhoda Mann
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  • Green gelatin
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  • Earth-11190
  • Comic BooksCartoon Show
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  • 14
  • Mother Nature
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  • Nature guardian
  • Creator and goddess of the natural world/universe, guardian of the Tree of Life
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  • 30.0
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  • her 8 children and husband
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  • Female
  • female
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  • Human in appearance
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  • Gaia
  • Eve
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  • Mother Nature is a character that appeared in the Smurfs cartoon special "The Smurfs' Springtime Special" and has appeared in the main series up to Season 8. She is an elderly figure who has control and power over various nature patterns, and is the constant provider of all material blessings in the Smurf Forest. She has white hair tied up in a bun, wears a long bell-bottomed dress, and carries a star-topped wand with her. She lives in a beautiful cottage located somewhere in the Smurf forest. She also appears in the comic books, with the only physical difference being that she has blonde hair instead of white hair. Her magic is rather limited, as when she tried to use it to protect the forest from an evil man named Fatso who tried to take it over, an imp working for him responded by summoning a plant-like monster named Motro to destroy everything in his path, whom her magic was ineffective against. Her character was voiced by June Foray.
  • _ Mother Nature is one of the members of Councile of Legendary Figures,she has 4 sons : - Heat Miser,Snow Miser,Northwind and Grinch and other 4 children with her husband Father Time - She mostly takes care of animals and of the both forest and plants in her kingdom.- She along her friends of the Councile and with 7 Holliday leaders fights The World againts Dark lords evil and his monsters.She with <default>Mother Nature</default> Biological Information Gender Age Species Birthday Other Information Pets Family Played by Other Names Santa Claus, Easter Bunny,Cupid,Father Time,Sandy The Sandman apeard in 2 and 3 Christmas Disney movies in The Santa Claus Trilogy.
  • Mother Nature is the personification of nature itself, and has the task of nurturing those on Earth.
  • Mother Nature is God's wife. Afterall, if God wasn't married, that would make Jesus a bastard. Nixo-facto, Mother Nature is God's wife. Liberals who say that God isn't married want to perpetuate the lie that God is an unmarried bachelor well past his prime, like George Clooney. In addition, because George Bush is a direct descendant of Jesus, Bush and Mother Nature are related. She doesn't mind that they don't speak; she understands that he needs to have his own life.
  • After the End 2-7
  • The word nature comes from the Latin word, natura, meaning birth or character (see nature (innate)). In English its first recorded use, in the sense of the entirety of the phenomena of the world, was very late in history in 1266; however natura, and the personification of Mother Nature, was widely popular in the Middle Ages and as a concept seated between the properly divine and the human, it can be traced to Ancient Greece - though Earth or Eorthe in the Old English period may have been personified as a goddess and the Norse also had a goddess called Jord Earth. The earliest written and safely dated literal references to the term "Mother Earth" occur in Mycenaean Greek ma-ka (transliterated as ma-ga), "Mother Gaia", written in Linear B syllabic script (13th or 12th century BC). The various myths of nature goddesses such as Inanna/Ishtar (myths and hymns attested on Mesopotamian tablets as early as the 3rd millennium BC) show that the personification of the creative and nurturing sides of Nature as female deities had deep roots. In Greece, the pre-Socratic philosophers had "invented" nature when they abstracted the entirety of phenomena of the world as singular: physis, and this was inherited by Aristotle. Later medieval Christian thinkers did not see nature as inclusive of everything, but thought that she had been created by God; her place lay on earth, below the unchanging heavens and moon. Nature lay somewhere in the centre, with agents above her (angels) and below her (demons and hell). For the medieval mind she was only a personification, not a goddess.
  • The earliest written and safely dated literal references to the term "Mother Earth" occur in Mycenaean Greek ma-ka (transliterated as ma-ga), "Mother Gaia", written in Linear B syllabic script (13th or 12th century BCE). The various myths of nature goddesses such as Inanna/Ishtar (myths and hymns attested on Mesopotamian tablets as early as the 3rd millennium BC) show that the personification of the creative and nurturing sides of Nature as female deities had deep roots. In Greece, the pre-Socratic philosophers had "invented" nature when they abstracted the entirety of phenomena of the world as singular: physis, and this was inherited by Aristotle. Later medieval Christian thinkers did not see nature as inclusive of everything, but thought that she had been created by God; her place lay on earth, below the unchanging heavens and moon. Nature lay somewhere in the centre, with agents above her (angels) and below her (demons and hell). For the medieval mind she was only a personification, not a goddess.
  • Mother Nature is the goddess of life, fertility, weather and natural forces and undoubtedly the most powerful magical being in the Wizards of Waverly Place Universe. She has to keep the balance of the natural forces of Earth and has found that to be hard due to pollution.
  • When Earth was pulled from its' orbit by a strong magnetic force, Superman stopped it, by pushing the Earth back into its' natural orbit. But it wasn't an easy task, and as he struggled, he said: "Don't fight me Mother Earth!" Marvin once said you can't fool with Mother Nature. One beautiful summer day, nature was at her best. The birds were singing, the sun was shining, and the clouds lazily drift by. It seemed nothing could disturb such a beautiful day at the chicken farm, until a large red spaceship flies by. When Superman was sealing a fissure in the ground caused by an earthquake in Metropolis, he said: "It's time to give Mother Nature a hug!"
  • Mother Nature is a good friend of Barney's who cares for our beautiful Earth. Even though Mother Nature is very ecstatic and eccentric, she takes her job very seriously. Mother Nature cares for our Earth very much. She wears a flower hair band and has black curly hair. She also goes bare foot. Mother Nature is able to talk to all things of Nature. She can talk to animals and plants. Mother Nature says that if you take care of the nature of Earth, they will take care of you too!
  • The arch-Nature Spirit of Earth... or whatever planet is the story's setting. May or may not have a humanoid form (substitute "humanoid" with whatever species equivalent in non-terrestrial settings), but if it is, it's Always Female due to Mother Nature, Father Science. Of course, if you actually look at old cultures Mother Nature tends to occur mainly in fertile places, and infertile parts of the world often had male Earth deities. Egypt had Geb, for instance, and the Norse had Ymir and Frey. Often a bona fide Physical God, if not outright one of the Powers That Be. Actually pissing her off is likely to result in Gaia's Vengeance, while making her sad can result in Gaia's Lament. Examples
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Mother Nature is a common personification of nature that focuses on the life-giving and nurturing aspects of nature, who has managed to appear as a character in a few Christmas productions.
  • "Mother Nature" is the second segment of the 30th episode of The Fairly OddParents.
  • Doof N Puss discover the mayor's daughter has become seduced by nature.
  • She has been linked to many historical terraist attacks throughout history, such as the sinking of Doggerland, the Biblical great deluge, the 79 A.D. eruption of Vesuvius, the destruction of the Colossus of Rhodes and the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the sinking of Titanic (by the means of summoning forth a massive iceberg) and the extinction of the Pleistocene megafauna, just to mention a few. Some atrocities have only been interrupted because humans beat her to the banquet and achieved the same effect, such as the exinction of moa and elephant birds. However, while she has been blamed by some of having wiped out the dinosaurs as well, that claim is now considered unsubstantial to a large extant since that event has since been linked to an extraterrestrial invader 65 million years ago. After the flooding of New Orleans, the USA has had a ten billion dollar bounty on her head, and the FBI has her on their top 10 list of most wanted criminals. Her criminal activities are combated by the Americans through their War on Terra, and China, India and other developing countries are doing what they can to exterminate that fickle bitch forever, using cunning devices such as refrigerators and cars to accomplish this. Reports indicate that she may be traditionally friendlier towards Russia, and that she aided the Russians both against Napoleon Bonaparte and Adolf Hitler by driving the French and the Germans off with frigid snowstorms. She does tend to change her loyalties every once in a while though, according to a yet unpredictable pattern and agenda. Other various appearences throughout history can be listed as follows: * Once showed her ugly face to swallow the peace loving Egyptians who were only trying to get their slaves back, in the historical First Sea Olympics. * "Terraformed" (her own euphemism for a terraist attack) New Orleans into No Orleans by raising the water level by five meters. * Appeared in the form a giant wave in Thailand at the end of year 2004, resulting in the deaths of thousands of innocents. * Numerous activities in Central- and South America during 2010. * Knocked over that tree in your parents backyard last week. If you see Mother Nature, do not hesitate to call the Interpol and/or the World Health Organization; for though she may appear to be unarmed, her weapons with which to wreak havoc are many and deadly nonetheless: sinkholes, earthquakes, landslides, avalanches, invasive species, diseases, tsumanis, thunderstorms, floodings, drought and ice ages, just to mention a few. A full 185 page list of her many atrocities throughout history may be ordered from the CIA website for 20$.
  • An woman named Mary loves plants.When she finds an antidote which can trun plants and trees attack humanity,Mary becomes the leader after letting a vine going right though her back.She then attacks her first city,New york.
  • "Mother Nature" is the first story in the 37th episode of the animated children's series Little Bear.
  • She was the first female human under the name Eve who was married to first male and human Adam while she was the guardian of the Tree of Life. She then received powers from the Tree of Life to rule over all livings in perspective nature. She was called mother by all monsters and in legend as a Mother Nature. She later mated with the Chief of Cree Nation, Creed who later owns half of nature. She was then tricked by the Scavenger to wage war against Sentry and all sentient life-forms. She was then convinced by Creed to step down while led the war.
  • Despite US President Theodore Roosevelt's attempts to ease the effects of the Great Depression in 1933 with his New Deal, Mother Nature turned the American Midwest into a giant dustbowl. In May 1939, Indiana Jones drove a jungle rodent into the path of an anaconda which was blocking his way. When the snake moved to attack the rodent, Jones praised Mother Nature.
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