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Neuroscientist Greg Gage performed an experiment showing plants can count and “think” during a TED Talk published this month. This is just one piece in a larger puzzle starting to show that plants could have a form of consciousness.
Venus flytraps can count how many times flies land on them.
In 2015, German forester Peter Wohlleben wrote “The Hidden Life of Trees,” astonishing the world with how trees communicate with each other.
A tree won’t treat all other trees equally. It chooses its friends.
Other scientists have suggested plants are very ‘mentally’ capable.
originally posted by: Christosterone
a reply to: bigfatfurrytexan
Are u a native Texan?
Mesquite trees are the worst....ever been to a farm??
There’s a reason we use mesquite to burn our barbeque...
Because it grows like a weed and can ruin your land in less than a year...so we burn every one we see...
I friggin hate mesquite bushes...