• Scientists Discover That Trees Have A “Heartbeat” Too

    Article by Alanna Ketler

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    Don't know about you, but I've always been attracted to trees as if we had a special bond. Forests are definitely my favourite natural environment where I can resource myself best. Maybe it's because I was born on the edge of Vincennes Woods, but I could never live anywhere without trees. It breaks my heart and infuriates me whenever I find some trees have been cut off because they blocked off the light or sight of some residents. I'm that kind of “nuts” who hug trees like old friends, so I have a smile when reading that scientists have discovered they have a heartbeat too for I have always known that and didn't need any scientific proof.

    Nor is there any doubt that J.R.R. Tolkien and J.K. Rowling knew this as well as illustrated with Old Man Willow, Treebeard and the Ents in The Lord of The Rings or the Whomping Willow in Harry Potter. One day for sure, trees will kick our asses as they should or save our lives depending on how we decide to treat them. Those who have tried will tell you that when you hug a tree, there is an energy transfer and a powerful reconnection to the planet and cosmic whole occurring. So let all the jackals and jackasses be heard, this trailer of awakening consciousness is no Noah's Arch and will go on with or without them.

    And it's whispered that soon, if we all call the tune,
    Then the piper will lead us to reason.
    And a new day will dawn for those who stand long,
    And the forests will echo with laughter.
    Does anyone remember laughter?

     "Stairway to Heaven", Led Zeppelin (1971)


    It seems everyday more and more information is being uncovered about trees and the many mysteries within them. We know that they are alive, but it seems they are even more alive than we may have thought. Trees are interconnected underground, we also now know that trees can communicate with one another, but recently scientists have discovered that trees actually have a sort of heartbeat, it is just so slow that they’ve never noticed before.

    Up until recently scientists had thought that water moved through trees by the process of osmosis, in a sort of continuous matter, but now they’ve discovered that the trunks and branches of the trees are actually contracting and expanding and essentially pumping water up from the roots to the leaves, kind of like how our heart pumps blood throughout our bodies.


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