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Trees are Sentient Beings
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Post: #31
RE: Trees are Sentient Beings
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Trees breathe.
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Post: #32
RE: Trees are Sentient Beings
They talk too, but they don't say much beyond things like:

'Insignificant lifeform, we rule and own almost the whole world'

Which is why we deforest like MAD.

Trees threaten the empire.

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Post: #33
RE: Trees are Sentient Beings
singing wilbury spider  Wrote: (05-17-2018 02:09 PM)
you should try it, they like to share their strength and calmness
Heartflowers

Okay, I will.

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Post: #34
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Furniture is cultural appropriation!

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Post: #35
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-17-2018 11:42 PM)
Furniture is cultural appropriation!

Protest Protest Protest Protest Protest

Are you sitting on a chair or couch right now?

Bed?


Toilets are safe to post from tho, right?

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Post: #37
RE: Trees are Sentient Beings
Plant 20 different species of trees near each other and see how wonderful they truly are. It will take a few years, but you will witness arboreal bigotry at its worst.
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Post: #38
RE: Trees are Sentient Beings
LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-17-2018 11:52 PM)
Plant 20 different species of trees near each other and see how wonderful they truly are. It will take a few years, but you will witness arboreal bigotry at its worst.

Which ones dominate?

Oaks?
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RE: Trees are Sentient Beings
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-17-2018 11:52 PM)
Plant 20 different species of trees near each other and see how wonderful they truly are. It will take a few years, but you will witness arboreal bigotry at its worst.

Which ones dominate?

Oaks?

Was mainly thinking of the unending war between various conifers and aspen, but trees do fight off the competition.
https://www.treehugger.com/natural-scien...study.html

Quote:Using computer software to predict the growth patterns in forests over time, Dr. Dybzinski and his colleagues are now reporting that the overabundant roots act as weapons to prevent other trees from growing.

Creating roots takes energy, and optimally every tree would have just enough roots to capture the nutrients and water it needs.

Instead, the scientists write in The American Naturalist, the trees create excess roots -- probably not to help them grow more successfully, but rather to cause other trees to grow less successfully.
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