I did but being somewhat of an expert in the field i am voicing my opinion on the matter. That being said my opinion still stands that plants are just simply reacting to stimuli. I highlighted key parts of this section of your post
So you know more about plant communication that experts?
I see you did not read any of those links....other plant species will also react to the chemicals relaeased by the plant that is being attacked.
..... You need to read this: Plant Neurobiology
I am an expert.... I just so happen to be a botanist specializing in Anatomy and Molecular Biology.
This is not what I study however but I have talked to others. I work for a Bayer however the location is actually classified as well as our current projects. I can assure you though it isn't because we are doing anything bad. We are growing plants for drug, medical research and development. Up here in Canada we have to comply with strict government regulations I also work with the government too.
I did read the links I just don't agree with other researchers interpretations of what these plants are doing and not everyone does. I was talking to other people at work some agreed some didn't.
To communicate requires the exchange of information and currently it is being researched though not by me personally. There is evidence from what i've seen that points in both directions. This is why botanists seem to be torn on the issue. Some think it is just simply part of the plants self defense and some think it is intentionally warning other plants of danger. I beleive personally that the release of chemicals by plants whether it be in response to other chemicals or to predators are reflexive in nature and not intellegent.
but then again I could be wrong and I will admit it too. Only because I know it is a long road before we actually find out.
If you want a job as a scientist you should check it out there is huge demand and the pay is great.