Natures wonders: trees react to danger, communicate (Introduction)

by David Turell @, Tuesday, September 20, 2016, 19:15 (1172 days ago) @ BBella

David: This article describes how trees react to danger and communicate, and much more:

BBella: Wonderful article!

"There's increasing evidence to show that trees are able to communicate with each other. More than that, trees can learn.
If that's true — and my experience as a forester convinces me it is — then they must be able to store and transmit information." 


Great that science is able to recognize how the trees protect themselves and adapt to predators. But try as they might, scientist cannot and will not find where (within the physical tree itself) this "information" is stored - unless they consider Sheldrake's morphogenic field, which gives a very convincing answer as to the where question seldom asked.

I would place the instructions in the trees' DNA or other layers of the genome.

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