Are Plants More Intelligent Than People


“Even atoms possess a certain measure of intelligence.” ~ Thomas Edison

“To begin to understand the gorgeous fever that is consciousness, we must try to understand the senses and what they can tell us about the ravishing world we have the privilege to inhabit.” ~ Diane Ackerman

Michal Pollan, author of The Omnivore’s Dilemma, and The Botany of Desire, has pointed out that for the longest time, even mentioning that plants could be intelligent was a quick way to being labeled a ‘whacko,’ but it turns out plants can learn, communicate, and even feel. They can also see, smell, and remember. This is definitely not news the biotechnology industry wants highlighted.

Do Plants Have ‘Brains’?

In an emerging field called plant neurobiology, a bit of a misnomer since plants don’t have neurons or brains, we learn that people who play music for their plants or…

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I love to listen to the whispering of spirit.