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IBM engineers and scientists. Experiments showed that plants responded to psychic energy. If he paid attention, a plant showed the same reaction as a human friend or lover. - What do you feel ?

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Asked by venkatesaldevarajan, 17 Aug '11 10:15 am
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Ancient people of India knew much before. Old persons used to say that if you talk to trees, they will yield more fruits. Unfortunately these were labelled as superstitions by western educated persons. In fact Indian scriptures talk about environment. There was tradition that when ever a child was born two mango saplings were planted. The reason being that when child becomes adult he will get to eat mangoes and when he or she dies the mango tree is used for cremation.
Answered by bradma, 17 Aug '11 10:30 am

 
  
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People in India had been having this feeling all over so many decades, and even centuries. What took IBM to rediscover it so late?
Answered by Aarnika Tiwaari, 17 Aug '11 10:27 am

 
  
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I too feel it could be true . Some experiments conducted in the Annamalai University showed that harmonic sound waves affect the growth, flowering, fruiting and seed yields of plants. After all whatever good attention we pay towards plant is a form a wave and its good or bad effect could easily be felt as response from the other side .
Answered by sk singh, 17 Aug '11 10:53 am

 
  
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