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  • How plants warn each other of danger

    "For the first time, scientists at Exeter University have captured on film the process by which plants alert each other to possible dangers."

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-16916474

    Nice video clip here

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01bywvr

    From the series: How to Grow a Plant (1 of 3)
    Water which is too pure has no fish -- Ts'ai Ken T'an

  • #2
    Science is just now proving what we have known for ages we are all energy and all connected to everything
    Your only purpose is to Know

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Rum View Post
      Science is just now proving what we have known for ages we are all energy and all connected to everything
      And wasting their time because this is none of the concern of who needs proof about it..

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      • #4
        check this out
        ;-)

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wt3smrXkVpE

        "There is much more to learn about biology, the mind and it's abilities than "just" thinking, feeling and communicating plants. This video should provide you with the necessary inspiration to start searching for other documented facts people some how forgot to share with you.

        The book "The Secret Life of Plants" was written by Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird in 1973."

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        • #5
          http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode...er_of_Flowers/

          Part 2 of 3

          How to Grow a Planet - 2. The Power of Flowers (time limited!)
          Water which is too pure has no fish -- Ts'ai Ken T'an

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          • #6
            "In this series Professor Iain Stewart tells a stunning story about our planet. He reveals how the greatest changes to the earth have been driven, above all, by plants. In the third episode, Iain discovers the remarkable impact of just one plant: grass. On the savannah of South Africa he sees how grass unleashed a firestorm to fight its greatest enemy, the forests. He shows how cutting your finger on a blade of grass shows us how it transformed life in the oceans. In Senegal, he meets the cleverest chimps in the world. And, in the ruins of the oldest temple on Earth, he tells the extraordinary story of how grass triggered human civilisation."


            How to Grow a Planet - 3. The Challenger

            http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode...he_Challenger/
            Water which is too pure has no fish -- Ts'ai Ken T'an

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