Trees Speak When They Are Thirsty Science Proofed It

bhby Edith Boyer-Telmer

Dear Friends,
while we are integrating the balance between the divine masculine and the divine feminine forces, the role of our relationship with planet earth is taking front and center space these days. In this very special moment our newly increased sensitivity level enables many people, to deeply feel themselves for the first time as a living and breathing part of mother nature. It is crucial for the emotional, spiritual and mental re-connection of the human collective, to create head-space for a new way of relying to the Earth. A way of living fully responsible and harmonious, with all beings involved. Also we are finally called to understand the very personal role every plant, animal and crystal is playing in the ascension process of the human race. Being aware of that, I was not surprised when a research on the fact that “trees are actually talking when they are thirsty”, found me today.

In this research, published by a team from the Grenoble University in France, scientists confirmed that they found evidence that “trees can talk”. To be exact they realized that, when trees are thirsty and in lack of water, they make a sound. Of course this sound is not available within the frequency resonance of the human ear. The experiments the Grenoble team made showed, that trees communicate thru so called “ultrasonic pops”. This pops release a vibration, that is 100 times faster than the human ear can receive. By simulating a living tree with the use of dead pine tree pieces soaked in a hydro-gel, the researching team discovered the sound-phenomena of the “Speaking Tree”.aAccording to lead researcher Philippe Marmottant this hydro-gel helps to isolate what noises the trees make. A historical act, as the hydrogel approach was used for the very first time, for this particular purpose!
We can track the articulation of bubbles, and what we found is the majority of sounds that we hear are linked to bubbles. I say majority, because there may be other causes like cracks in the wood, or insects. But the majority of sounds that occur during cavitations are due to these bubbles,”
Philippe Marmottant stated.

We can imagine that now as this information is available, the race is on between researching teams all over the planet, to create the needed sound equipment for the human ear to be able to listening to this exciting sounds. Personally I am looking forward where this is going and, who will be quicker in developing their abilities… human beings within the sensory-self, so we can naturally hear our tree brothers talk… or science in developing a machine for the same purpose ;-)!taWhat ever may come, I hope you are getting out there to enjoy the beauty, serenity and peace nature and a loving relationship with our environment creates!! Allow yourself to be embraced by the unconditionally loving, nurturing and grounding energies our tree companions share with us
Blessings and Tree Huger Hug!

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New Science Says Your Dog Can Understand

dogincar(1)A new study published in the journal Cell, by Victoria Ratcliffe and David Reby, should lend some relief to dog owners who enjoy talking with their pets. The new research indicates that if you are one of them: you’re probably not as crazy as your friends sometimes like to joke about.

The study found that dogs actually interpret human speech in much the same way you or I do: by putting sounds together into coherent words (so interpretation based on meaning) using the left hemisphere, and figuring out the emotions and gender of the speaker using the right hemisphere. This did this by playing sound clips that varied in terms of content and sound, evaluating the dogs’ responses based on which direction their heads turned when responding to the recorded messages.

The study found that dogs showed a significant LH bias when presented with a familiar spoken command in which the salience of meaningful phonemic (segmental) cues was artificially increased but a significant RH bias in response to commands in which the salience of intonational or speaker-related (suprasegmental) vocal cues was increased. In other words, the study found that the dogs were far more likely to turn left when hearing a familiar cue, but more likely to turn right when the sounds didn’t add up: much like you or I.

This isn’t the biggest surprise, and in fact it’s something most animal lovers have “known” for quite a long time. It provides further evidence for the theory that our animal companions are capable of understanding more than a simple Pavlovian connection between a bell and food. Indeed this new research helps emphasize the difference between cats and dogs when contrasted with a 2013 study from the University of Tokyo, which showed that cats can recognize their owner calling them but simply don’t care.

downloadAlthough humans have a larger neo-cortex than our animal compatriots, allowing for more dynamic learning, we are not alone in being able to assemble tones into coherent ideas and understanding. Indeed, magpies, crows, and ravens may surpass humans in a dimension of this: they are able to pass on learned visual cues to the next generation through an unknown mechanism. So even though we may be the kings of dynamic and abstract learning, we certainly aren’t the only species capable of conscious interaction with the world.
How much, and to what degree, our animal companions can understand us remains to be seen. Certainly, an increasing volume of research indicates that they understand more than many of us give them credit for.


Scientists Claim That The Universe Is A Giant Brain

Written by Steven Bancarz| We often speak of the universe being a reflection of ourselves, and point to how the eye, veins, and brain cells mirror visual phenomenon in the natural universe. As above so below right? Well check this out. How about the idea that the universe is a giant brain? The idea of the universe as a ‘giant brain’ has been proposed by scientists and science fiction writers for decades, but now physicists say there may be some evidence that it’s actually true (in a sense).

According to a study published in Nature’s Scientific Reports, the universe may be growing in the same way as a giant brain – with the electrical firing between brain cells ‘mirrored’ by the shape of expanding galaxies. The results of a computer simulation suggest that “natural growth dynamics” – the way that systems evolve – are the same for different kinds of networks – whether its the internet, the human brain or the universe as a whole.

When the team compared the universe’s history with growth of social networks and brain circuits, they found all the networks expanded in similar ways: They balanced links between similar nodes with ones that already had many connections. For instance, a cat lover surfing the Internet may visit mega-sites such as Google or Yahoo, but will also browse cat fancier websites or YouTube kitten videos. In the same way, neighboring brain cells like to connect, but neurons also link to such “Google brain cells” that are hooked up to loads of other brain cells.

“The new study suggests a single fundamental law of nature may govern these networks”, said physicist Kevin Bassler of the University of Houston. “”For a physicist it’s an immediate signal that there is some missing understanding of how nature works,” says Dmitri Krioukov from the University of California San Diego.

As summarized by the original study: “Here we show that the causal network representing the large-scale structure of spacetime in our accelerating universe is a power-law graph with strong clustering, similar to many complex networks such as the Internet, social, or biological networks. We prove that this structural similarity is a consequence of the asymptotic equivalence between the large-scale growth dynamics of complex networks and causal networks.”

So this may seem weird, but let’s think about this.  Scientists always talk about consciousness being the underlying fabric of the universe from which all things emerge (M-theory, Unified Field Theory, etc. see work of Dr. Amit Goswami and Dr. John Hagelin). So not only is the fabric of the universe conscious like a brain, it is growing like a brain as well. But here’s a question…a brain to what? Is it possible we exist as a thought within the mind of some Super Intelligence? Are we just brain cells operating within a Cosmic Mind? Maybe, maybe not, but it’s fascinating to think about.

 About the author: My name is Steven Bancarz, and I am the creator of “Spirit Science and Metaphysics”.  Thank you for reading this article!



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