Flowers Communicate With Electricity

Flowers may be silent, but scientists have just discovered that electric fields allow them to communicate with bumblebees and possibly other species, including humans. Read more

(I KNEW my flowering office cactus was trying to communicate with me before it fell on my lap… then it really got my attention.)

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    “He explained that bees have a positive electrical charge because they fly in air, which is full of all kinds of tiny...
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