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Can plants actually have feelings? This was the conclusion of Cleve Backster back in the 1960s. He’s the former CIA interrogation specialist that connected polygraph sensors to plants and discovered that they reacted to harm (i.e. cutting their leaves) and even to harmful thoughts of humans in proximity to them. Backster decided on impulse to attach his polygraph electrodes to the now-famous dracaena in his office, then water the plant and see if the leaves responded. Finding that the plant indeed reacted to this event, he decided to see what would happen if he threatened it, and formed in his mind the idea of lighting a match to the leaf where the electrodes were attached. And that was when something happened that forever changed Baxter’s life and ours. For the plant didn’t wait for him to light the match. It reacted to his thoughts!
originally posted by: Leonidas
a reply to: Kratos40
But doesn't grass have feelings too?
Or are you one of those Anti-grass racists?
Soleynt Green is probably a little fatty this days based on what I see...lol
originally posted by: Thefarmer
Is it there a film where all the plants communicate and start killing off humans? No not lil shop of horrors
I think Nicole kid mans in it with mark walburg or matt Damon