This is an experiment conducted by Alexandra Christ. She bought two similar tomato plants, one was GMO. Next she connected a device invented by the Damanhur Community in Italy to the leaves. This device will translate the electrical impulses of plants into music. It is called the Music of the Plants Machine! Let's see what happens in this duel of the GMO vs. non GMO plants! Link: http://www.damanhur.org/en/research-and-experimentation/the-plant-world Note: My understanding is that the voltage variations detected in the plant leaves are run through a type of electronic synthesizer which can be tuned or set up to numerous different tones and frequency scales. Same as if a human were to play the same song on various different types of guitars or pianos. - Default - 3811Ivriblack_5f3a3921ae6bd_5f3a39c652ad

Do GMO Plants Sing?

Do GMO Plants Sing?

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This is an experiment conducted by Alexandra Christ. She bought two similar tomato plants, one was GMO. Next she connected a device invented by the Damanhur Community in Italy to the leaves. This device will translate the electrical impulses of plants into music. It is called the "Music of the Plants Machine!" Let's see what happens in this duel of the GMO vs. non GMO plants! Link: http://www.damanhur.org/en/research-and-experimentation/the-plant-world Note: My understanding is that the voltage variations detected in the plant leaves are run through a type of electronic synthesizer which can be tuned or set up to numerous different tones and frequency scales. Same as if a human were to play the same song on various different types of guitars or pianos.

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