Mind of Plants: The Intelligence of Plants

An insightful and well researched documentary on plants, about their place on our planet, in the food chain, and showcases mind blowing evidence that not only are they more evolved than even humans, but they more than just passively produce oxygen; they actually think and interact with the world around them in a much more active way than most people could ever imagine.

From learning that there are over six hundred species of carnivorous plants, to hearing about trees purposely raising the levels of a chemical in their leaves to kill the animals feeding on it, Mind of Plants is the ultimate in re-education about the living beings all around us that we take for granted every day.

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  • Brian

    Wonderful documentary, it helps to understand more how frequency and vibratation are controlled at the sub cellular level. Prehaps the length of the amino acids of dna have each a specific frequency..if you combine these frequencies you have a super healing sound wave..

    • Rain Parade

      This docu is indeed pretty awesome but it doesnt mention anything about frequency of vibrations or how they are controlled… you did…. now get your healing sound wave talk out of here! This is about hard plant science, and a little soft theory (root brain theory), not about some psudo-science-harmonic-vibration BS.

      Also DNA is a polymer of nucleotides not amino acids… proteins are made from AA’s. #science #dont_be_a_fool

      • jon

        thanks for clarifying i almost skipped over this doc.

        • Rain Parade

          If you are into plant science dont skip this docu. Im a graduate student studying plant biochem and I will say I learned a few things from this one, way more than I would pick up in a 3 hour lecture. There are some really great universities that helped compile the info and it is presented very well.

          The dancing plant blew me away! Now im going to have to get one and teach it to dance… seeds are pretty cheap on ebay.

      • squidvicious

        Bahaha! Thank you very much for clarifying.. Am keen to check this out.

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  • Rajesh Lane

    My Hearty congrats. I think its a new exploration that plants too have mind. Ofcourse plants are hurt by exploitatiö of human. Plants giv us rain, shelter, food and watr. We should look at their mind too. Great work. Sure it would b an initiation to save t environment.