Plants as network medium?

taguebw at REMOVEwfu.edu taguebw at REMOVEwfu.edu
Mon Aug 31 08:07:23 EST 1998


In article <35E704A9.5EFFDA9C at technocage.com>, "Michael J. Fair"
<michael at technocage.com> wrote:

> Plants like to be talked to and have music played for them.  Scientists
> have proven that this increases their rate of graowth.  This implies
> that they can receive messages and will respond to them. ( Piece number
> 2)
> 

A minor point: there is NO evidence that plants respond to music or being
spoken too. There is lots of psuedo-science claiming such but no scientist
has proven this. 

But, plants do respond to external signals: light (intensity, wavelength,
direction), temperature (both hot and cold), gravity, touch, volatile
compounds from other plants,etc.

My 2 electrons,

Brian

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