How trees talk to each other | Suzanne Simard TED

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How trees talk to each other | Suzanne Simard video

"A forest is much more than what you see," claims ecologist Suzanne Simard. Her 30 years of research in Canadian forests have led to an astounding discovery — trees talk, often and over vast distances. Learn more about the harmonious yet complicated social lives of trees and prepare to see the natural globe with newest eyes.

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oranjmix

one of the most pretty things i've watched this entire month! blessings on blessings

Tammy W

Mother Nature gets upset!

Tammy W

Thanks for sharing. Sharing is caring. I love Nature. So much we can learn from Nature. My family has history with trees and Forestry.

Pickle Rick

No, THE TREES ARE SPEAKING VIETNAMESE

Eziekle Crafts

keep 2 rocks and hike. you will eventually realize the rocks communicate with every another and you will obtain communicate thru vibration, just like trees.

Eziekle Crafts

bible talks few times of angels appearing under oak trees. they are apart of oak trees, which druids knew. i had to slash my oak down. infested with itch mite, from chemtrail spraying nanobots. oaks all over CA and they corelate with angels in the whirlwinds.

Eziekle Crafts

trees to communicate and have intelligence. they heal you just looking at them, TRUTH. someone hinted they got morgellons bioweapon illness from hanging around in the woods as a babe waiting for his only parent to come home everyday. i got lost as a tiny babe after a dude brought me to her house but didn't walk me back thru the woods where she took a short slash. i was lost. the woods spirit calmed me and claimed me to just hold walking the same direction i was headed. i was not alone. military chemtrails murdered 100 million oregon trees in 2016. i wish to cry. trees don't mess up the planet. humans do, creatures.

Eziekle Crafts

they talk through nanotubes voice to skull tecohnology, and fullerenes from carbon, that cause lyme morgellons bioweapon illness.

Austin Araujo

This makes complete sense, that’s why trees war for water but when they are dying they share their own water to the dying trees. So they can support every-another without other there is no support. This is nice. This is life.

konstig swe

This is interesting but we all know that the trees talk Vietnamese

 

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