On 16 Sep 2016, at 23:11, Jason Resch wrote:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3792036/Do-trees-brains.html


It is my feeling too, and there are many evidences for some form of thought, and I read (where?) that even at the molecular level, there are some biochemical similarity with animal's neuron at the extremity of some roots.

Now it is hard to conclude anything at this stage, but the idea is cute, and, as I said sometimes, it is less ethically grave to attribute consciousness wrongly than to dismiss consciousness wrongly.

A tree, to another tree: ---- do you think animals can think?
--- What? No! they are  too much agitated for that!


Bruno


Jason

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