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Only if one knew, if you ate all the plants everything would die.
Sorry had to make a twist in this story.

Makes a movie out of the plant eating terminators.
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Only if one knew, if you ate all the plants everything would die.
Sorry had to make a twist in this story.

Makes a movie out of the plant eating terminators.


isn't that the little shop of horrors movie?
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http://www.pri.org/stories/2014-01-09/new-research-plant-intelligence-may-forever-change-how-you-think-about-plants

Plants secrete defensive chemicals when they hear a recording a caterpillar eating leaves, they release asprine when hurt, and they warn others around them if an invader is nearby. They have some sort of unique plant intelligence that is different than us mammals. So remember that the next time you eat salad that plant is in agonizing pain as you devour its flesh.
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if veganism made me hate animal rights then you're probably not thinking hard enough....
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http://www.pri.org/stories/2014-01-09/new-research-plant-intelligence-may-forever-change-how-you-think-about-plants

Plants secrete defensive chemicals when they hear a recording a caterpillar eating leaves, they release asprine when hurt, and they warn others around them if an invader is nearby. They have some sort of unique plant intelligence that is different than us mammals. So remember that the next time you eat salad that plant is in agonizing pain as you devour its flesh.


or ever consider what the wild members of the Bovinae family of animals thinks of their pampered domestic cousins
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Rujikin wrote:

http://www.pri.org/stories/2014-01-09/new-research-plant-intelligence-may-forever-change-how-you-think-about-plants

Plants secrete defensive chemicals when they hear a recording a caterpillar eating leaves, they release asprine when hurt, and they warn others around them if an invader is nearby. They have some sort of unique plant intelligence that is different than us mammals. So remember that the next time you eat salad that plant is in agonizing pain as you devour its flesh.


or ever consider what the wild members of the Bovinae family of animals thinks of their pampered domestic cousins


That would be pretty interesting if we could find that out
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"It's okay to eat fish, 'cause they don't have any feelings"
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dragonlord1234 wrote:


Rujikin wrote:

http://www.pri.org/stories/2014-01-09/new-research-plant-intelligence-may-forever-change-how-you-think-about-plants

Plants secrete defensive chemicals when they hear a recording a caterpillar eating leaves, they release asprine when hurt, and they warn others around them if an invader is nearby. They have some sort of unique plant intelligence that is different than us mammals. So remember that the next time you eat salad that plant is in agonizing pain as you devour its flesh.


or ever consider what the wild members of the Bovinae family of animals thinks of their pampered domestic cousins


That would be pretty interesting if we could find that out


im pretty sure the mind of a cow would be relatively boring kinda empty. though im guessing understand what the statement was about
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dragonlord1234 wrote:


Rujikin wrote:


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Rujikin wrote:

http://www.pri.org/stories/2014-01-09/new-research-plant-intelligence-may-forever-change-how-you-think-about-plants

Plants secrete defensive chemicals when they hear a recording a caterpillar eating leaves, they release asprine when hurt, and they warn others around them if an invader is nearby. They have some sort of unique plant intelligence that is different than us mammals. So remember that the next time you eat salad that plant is in agonizing pain as you devour its flesh.


or ever consider what the wild members of the Bovinae family of animals thinks of their pampered domestic cousins


That would be pretty interesting if we could find that out


im pretty sure the mind of a cow would be relatively boring kinda empty. though im guessing understand what the statement was about


How do you know? What if it's not much different than a Human but less greedy and more lazy?
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Rujikin wrote:


dragonlord1234 wrote:


Rujikin wrote:


dragonlord1234 wrote:


Rujikin wrote:

http://www.pri.org/stories/2014-01-09/new-research-plant-intelligence-may-forever-change-how-you-think-about-plants

Plants secrete defensive chemicals when they hear a recording a caterpillar eating leaves, they release asprine when hurt, and they warn others around them if an invader is nearby. They have some sort of unique plant intelligence that is different than us mammals. So remember that the next time you eat salad that plant is in agonizing pain as you devour its flesh.


or ever consider what the wild members of the Bovinae family of animals thinks of their pampered domestic cousins


That would be pretty interesting if we could find that out


im pretty sure the mind of a cow would be relatively boring kinda empty. though im guessing understand what the statement was about


How do you know? What if it's not much different than a Human but less greedy and more lazy?


grew up on a farm so spending that much time around does help teach some things about them.
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