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The Amazing Phenomenon Of Singing Plants

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Plants are very much alive. Not only do they dislike human noise but they also posses the capacity to learn and communicate.

Perhaps even more astonishing is that plants can also make music.

Have you ever heard the incredible music of the plants?

Plants can actually sing and compose music and listening to it is truly beautiful and relaxing!

Ever since 1975, researchers at Damanhur, in northern Italy have been experimenting with plants, trying to lean more about their unique properties.

Researchers use devices which they have created to measure the re-activity of the plants to their environment. The devices judge the plants’ capacity to learn and communicate.

Using a simple principle, the researchers used a variation of the Wheatstone bridge, an electrical circuit used to measure an unknown electrical resistance by balancing two legs of a bridge circuit, one leg of which includes the unknown component.

Music of the plants is beautiful and relaxing.
This device has 3 fixed resistances and 1 variable one. Electrical differences between the leaves and the roots of the plant are measured. These differences can then be translated into a variety of effects, including music, turning on lights, movement and many others.

There is no danger to the plants as the researchers use very low intensity electrical currents.

Researchers state that every living creature whether animal or plant, produces variations of electrical potential, depending on the emotions being experienced at the time.



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  1. As a musician and audio technician, I would like to believe what I’m seeing here. I really wish the presenters were more specific with their methods and systems. Many, many questions and issues with the concept. The output differential from the plants would be infinitely variable. But the “music” is scalar in nature and western chromatic in content. Very peculiar and unlikely.

  2. The wonderful book “The Secret Life of Plants – A fascinating account of the physical, emotional, and spiritual relations between plants and Man” by Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird is quite the eye-opener.

    You will never look at plants the same way.

  3. Back in the late 70s when I was growing up .. I read a book called “The Secret Life of Plants”.. I also had a small vegetable garden and began experimenting with sounds and music… I placed speakers with different types of music and saw first hand the effects of it on the plants… differences between classical, rock, country, and others were very noticeable… classical yield the best and tastier veggies… these experiences made me aware that plants have also a spirit of their own…

    the book was made into a movie… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_X2Z9v8-6Q

  4. Thanks for the book title! and thanks Scooter for your observation/comment.
    Water has memory…and maybe crystals sing when happy / treated with Love and cry when hurt? Why not.!

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