“In this mesmerizing talk, Jeremy Narby shares the findings from his groundbreaking book Intelligence in Nature.”

Plants lack brains entirely. Yet plants have intent, make decisions, and compute complex aspects of their environment.. So concluded Professor Anthony Travis, professor of biology at Edinburgh University fin his research published in 2002. He found that Plants use molecular and electrical some of which are identical to those of our own neurons.  Plants don’t have brains, so much as act like them. Just being a plant involves sensing a wide variety of conditions, sending down roots in a branching structure and deploying leaves so as to gather a maximum amount of sunlight, computing complex conditions then acting.”

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