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Biologists clash over plant consciousness

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smokeycat
35 minutes ago, ChrLzs said:

.. and investigator and skeptic

So not a scientist then.

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ChrLzs
1 hour ago, smokeycat said:

So not a scientist then.

??  Anyone who uses scientific methods may be deemed a scientist.  Rather than play games, would you like to look at any particular example of persons who tried (and failed) at the challenge?  Or at Dr Emoto's ludicrously laughable work?  Then, by examining what happened (or didn't happen) and the process, we can see who is scientific and who isn't.

So let's cut to the chase - do you believe water has 'memories'?  That plants have a nervous system and feel pain?  That Uri Geller, for example, has real powers?

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smokeycat
6 minutes ago, ChrLzs said:

??  Anyone who uses scientific methods may be deemed a scientist.  Rather than play games, would you like to look at any particular example of persons who tried (and failed) at the challenge?  Or at Dr Emoto's ludicrously laughable work?  Then, by examining what happened (or didn't happen) and the process, we can see who is scientific and who isn't.

So let's cut to the chase - do you believe water has 'memories'?  That plants have a nervous system and feel pain?  That Uri Geller, for example, has real powers?

 

To answer your questions:-

1.) No

2.) Not a nervous system as such but I think they can sense their surroundings, even the latest studies has suggested that they may be able to hear. 

3.) Definitely not. 

 

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