In a recent study, plants have been discovered to emit ultrasonic sounds when under stress, suggesting a previously unknown form of communication. These inaudible clicks and pops serve as distress signals and can be detected within a meter’s radius. Researchers used machine learning to differentiate between the sounds produced by unstressed, dehydrated, and cut plants, finding that stressed plants emit up to 40 clicks per hour. Various plant species, including wheat, corn, grapes, cacti, and henbit, were observed making sounds. The study raises questions about how and why plants produce these sounds and their potential impact on other organisms’ behavior.
Mushroom extract supplements have shown potential in addressing health conditions such as depression, seasonal allergies, insomnia, cancer, the common cold, and inflammation. However, it’s important to note that the majority of research conducted so far has been limited to animal or cell studies, or small-scale human studies. Therefore, further comprehensive research is necessary to draw […]
Quantum biological tunneling is a phenomenon where particles can cross barriers that would normally be impassable. This phenomenon plays a role in many essential life functions, such as cellular respiration and homeostasis. Scientists are now exploring the potential of quantum biological tunneling to develop new cancer treatments. One promising approach is to use bio nanoantennae, […]
Researchers have developed a new dissolving cardiac device that can monitor and treat heart disease and dysfunction. The device is soft, flexible, and wireless and it can be placed on various sections of the heart. It continuously streams information to physicians so they can remotely monitor a patient’s heart in real time. After the device […]