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Plants concerned Inputs and Outputs by xuanyuan7dai
February 11, 2012, 2:12 pm
Filed under: Nicole

Unlike their inert appearance, plants are indeed extremely sensitive. Many scientific experiments were conducted to measure their “emotions”: they can sense an approach of a person and perform “fear” (measured via electromagnetic graphs or other ways); they can even detect things as small as the intention of an approaching spider. The documentary above only shows a small fragment of the world of plants that can be interpretted as inputs and outputs dependent on their surrounding context (objects, climate, animals, intentions, etc.)

Suggestive reading: “The Secret Life of Plants” by Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird (sorry I don’t have a link for text, just posting for anybody who has potential interest~)

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thanks for posting! can be used for guided growth. wolfgang also mentioned it.

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