Electrical Plants & Trees

Last year I proposed the idea that vegetation, in this case trees, is linked to the flow of electricity from the Earth to the ionosphere here, in the presence of ground water. The atmosphere’s thermal state is generally lower under trees than under artificial shade frames. This was because the electric current flowed preferentially through the tree trunks and roots and dispersed into the atmosphere from the leaves, from where it moves to the ionosphere, etc..

Yesterday I stumbled across this report on the internet. It dates back to 2016 CE, and confirms my field observations of the role of electricity in the growth of trees, or in the article, plant crops for food. The basic schematic follows:

One might also take on board the idea that the branch structure of trees and plants follows a Fibonacci sequence, similar to Lichtenberg structures, and easily fits into the general theme of the Electric Earth.

QED.

About Louis Hissink

Retired diamond exploration geologist. Trained by Western Mining Corporation and polished by De Beers. Chief Editor, New Concepts of Global Tectonics Journal. Research Director, International Earthquake and Volcano Prediction Centre (WWW.ievpc.org)
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24 Responses to Electrical Plants & Trees

  1. Fabio says:

    Louis, even if electricity has such importance (indeed, it has), we can not forget the effect of evaporation of the water brought by suction from the roots by the leaves for refreshing. It is the principle of Arab and Mediterranean fountains.

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    • Fabio, it’s not the sucking of water by the roots, but the pushing of water by the electric current flow, up the roots, trunk and branches by the electric field. Water in vegetation is electrically negative, and much data on this with Pollack’s work on EZ water.

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      • Fabio says:

        So, why all trunks that excede 10 Meyers, ie, 1 atm, have rings acting as valves in order to assure pumping pressure?

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      • Valves would stop backward flow? If water is pumped up a tree trunk, then the pump has to be at the base of the tree. I suspect the same flow mechanism is in the biological lymphatic system, where valves allow fluid movement in one direction. In that system the whole tube/valve assembly acts like a pump, and not as static tubes delivering fluid to the organism. My late father did medical research on the lymphatic system, and demonstrated that the lymph tubes in the circulation system pumped independently to the heart. Watching Gerry Pollack’s microscopic videos of the motion of EZ water showed a similar fluid motion to the lymphatic circuit, and presumably the two systems have a similar mechanism. The standard tree ring pump model is how water motion is explained in the absence of electricity in tree structures.

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      • briansteere says:

        You don’t mention Victor Schauberger here so I mention him – for you summarise some of what I grasp of his appreciation of water cycle in the Earth.

        I think you simplify EZ above – it is charge separated water with a negatively charged gel-structured interfacial layer. But it does account for sap flow beyond capilliary action – and as you know capillary blood flow.

        I am by no means trained in all these areas but enjoying a re-education – and sharing in it.

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      • The main point of this post was to confirm my field observations of trees being the re-routing of electric current from passing through the human organism, making us feel hot, to the tree trunk, making reducing the energy sensed by the organism under the tree. Schauberger’s ideas are more related to flowing water in water courses, than up tree trunks.

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  2. Fabio says:

    Sorry, I meant 10 meters

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  3. THX1138 says:

    I think fluids flowing in flora and fauna are mini Birkeland Currents.

    The Heart is not a Pump – Becoming Borealis
    https://becomingborealis.com/the-heart-is-not-a-pump/

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    • Unresolved is the oscillating mechanism that causes the pulse or beats per minute of the blood circulation.

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      • briansteere says:

        A lot more in this than regulating blood flow. The naming of space plasma after blood is a curious feedback of plasma physics to biology – and to water as the ‘blood of the Earth’.
        Charge separations and discharge of ‘work done’ as a total communication event.

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      • Fabio says:

        The residual oscillation of blood flood observed even when extracorporeal circulation device is operating is given by the rythmic pulsation of the dermal plexa, since these ones have smooth muscle layers.

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  4. Fabio says:

    Exact, THX1138, heart is not a pump. The anasthomosis of vessels and nerves in dermal plexes have a pulsatile activity which absence would turn impossible blood flood by heart contraction, overwhelmed by all perpheric vascular impedance. But this effect was discovered by French pathologist Masson in 1924, while cardiocentrism is a paradigm from Harvey, in the 16th century, and created together heliocentrism, since heart, gold, Sun, and kings are analogous in alchemy/astrology.

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  5. THX1138 says:

    Plant Electro-tropism | WATER – Online Multidisciplinary Research Journal
    http://www.waterjournal.org/volume-8/ramthun

    Abstract

    This paper has transient voltage recordings of 1) Aspen (populus grandidentata), 2) Blue Spruce, (picea pungens), 3) Sugar Maple (acer saccharum), and 4) Corn (zea maize). The recordings show that large numbers electrons are flowing upwards on and in woody plants (trees). These electrons cover the plant and are proposed to create an electron cloud within the plant’s physical space. EZ water ions are proposed to collect inside the branch tips. The EZ water ions, electrons, and the earth’s electric field ions are used to calculate local bud system forces. These forces as calculated are pro-posed to be strong enough to direct the tree branches to be three dimensional (3d) solid copies of electric field “lines of force” as it grows.

    A corn plant experiment shows the electron source is coming from outside the plant. An additional experiment shows a corn plant is moved by a horizontal electric field.

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    • Wow, they are getting there – Thank you for the heads up.

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    • An electricity aerial line that is not connected to earth will accumulate an electric charge of thousands of volts. A moving car with tires that insulate it from ground also accumulate a high charge. Therefore trees through which a breeze is blowing exhibit a charge. If charged clouds are in the vicinity a tall tree is a likely path for a discharge, and will exhibit a large volt drop before breakdown occurs.

      Osmosis in plants is affected by the nutrients in its sap and around the roots. Nutrients are chemicals which as ions in solution exhibit a charge. A surrounding electric charge will effect their behaviour.

      The behaviour of the sunflower heads follow the sun, not any charge in the vicinity (although the science of how they do it may be have electrical connections). Tendrils of climbing plants wrap themselves to where they touch, even if it is an nylon string. nylon is an insulator but rubbing against nylon creates charge.

      The natural surrounding of plants; the time of year for growth; temperature; etc are more critical conditions in the growth of plants. Answers to such evidence as in paper may have a more simpler explanation.

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      • briansteere says:

        Atmospheric capacitance is different from electrostatic friction such as air through feather, or EZ water (vicinal water charge separation) flow, but they all interact.
        I have a sense that trees release ions that attract or combine to generate or conduit rain which I see as another part of the atmospheric discharge ‘circuits’ or currents that flow within different areas of charge separation as well as discharge events of phase change or ‘works done’.

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      • One interpretation of rain is as an electric current descending from the upper atmosphere into the oppositely charged vegetation emitters. Rain is how protons get to the Earth’s surface.

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      • oldmanK says:

        Rain does effect the charge in atmosphere. It is a well known phenomenon. Also its effect on the human ‘well-being’. A positive charge is known to lead to a feeling of ‘fainting’ in some people, which occurs prior to a coming thunderstorm. Rain alters that charge to negative, and gives that ‘good feeling’ after the rain. This lead to the commercialisation of such effect. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Air_ioniser

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      • oldmanK says:

        Boh; Read melitamegalithic for oldmanK

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      • briansteere says:

        I felt we are all in agreement here that there is an electrical discharge context running ‘weather’. Pulling out the threads and considering the ways in which this interacts with life – ie vegetation and trees – as various spectra of EMF and other EM interactions.

        I also came across paragmagnetism recently – which was very interesting with regard to properties of Earth that affect living growth.
        Opening all the different facets rather than mainstream blanking is then also a feeling for how all works together as one thing – because it is only our model that takes things in isolation in order to put Humpty together again o at least keep the funding flowing for the great crusade to do so.

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  6. billy says:

    there are old books, docs on what is called electroculture about exactly this subject’

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    • briansteere says:

      OIl-based politics developed technologies that essentially pushed out most other modes of thinking or cultural development – fertilisers, biocides, BigAg. No less in medical fields – ‘Rockefeller medicine’. While a few can play on the sidelines, mass culture became social engineering which presents as rational but as we say ‘according to whose plan?’. Or perhaps simpler than greed is the protected investment of possession against fear of loss.
      https://www.electrocultureandmagnetoculture.com/history.html
      Some pdf books at the bottom of the overview page.

      A lot of our electrical fumbling is because there is much we do not yet understand – and from the point of view of an establishment, cannot tame and control and so do not want to understand.

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  7. billy says:

    briansteere yes also go go look at rex researchs site for a list of related docs books. some about 100yrs old…some may be same as those on your linked pages list.
    as nextexx says many technologies (my aside;especially those like free energy and electric healing technologies but have been shelved, poo pooed bought out, etc etc etc) have been invented moons ago and are rehashed as new breakthroughs.
    I think the saying is everything old is new again.

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