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http://www.q-mag.org/zucchinis-saved-by-music.html

"Music can treat and even cure plants. It seems that some meticulously selected melodies have the capacity to inhibit the growth of viruses and molds and to stimulate plant growth. At least, according to the testimony of a French vegetable grower, Gilles Joshuan.

He runs a zucchini monoculture. Ten years ago, his whole crop was contaminated by the mosaic virus. « There is no known method to fight against this scourge, » he says, adding that in his despair he had tried everything. He wouldn’t resign himself to uproot all his plants, which was the only solution advised by conventional agriculture. "I chanced upon the site of this company, Genodics, which proposed plant treatments by the way of protein music!"

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http://www.q-mag.org/zucchinis-saved-by-music.html



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Another quote from the article:

"To put it simply, during the process of protein synthesis, amino acids emit the vibrations of musical notes, so that every protein emits a specific melody, » explains the head engineer of Genodics. «One must get to know the protein involved in the pathology one wants to fight against, isolate it and find out the song of the protein so as to be able to stimulate or inhibit its synthesis."

Any biological scientists here that have anything to say about this?

I wish more was said about the musical notes emitted - are they audible? Are they within hearing range? How are they detected and measured?
And most importantly - what does one do to either stimulate or inhibit??? Write counter-melodies? Harmonies to stimulate, dissonances to inhibit???


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Hello Rich, thanks for posting this, very interesting. My sense would be that the music or tones are audible and within hearing range. I would also imagine that the music is of an energizing nature to "activate" and promote the cellular invasion resistance mechanisms of the plants, regardless of whether it is a zucchini or vine. And...no doubt that the intention of Genodics as well as the Zucchini farmer has something to do with the recovery rate of the plants.

Lynne McTaggart in her book, The Intention Experiment writes: "Every organism, from bacteria to human beings, appears to be in perpetual quantum communication. This relentless conversation offers a ready mechanism by which thoughts can have a physical effect." She also cites an experiment where a scientist thought about burning the leaves of a plant, and just that thought triggered a reaction from the plant that was registered as a spike by a polygraph machine that was hooked up to the plant... Another noteworthy one, amongst many others in her awesome book, was where the electroded plants spiked a significant number of times just at the point when brine shrimp hit boiling water...three doors away. 

So while I am not a biological scientist, tinkering around with various sound frequencies, rhythms and melodies on a bunch of zucchinis and vines, thereby allowing them to activate or amplify their inherent resistance to attacks seems very plausible to me. But I agree, it would be interesting to learn more about the technical details of the specific sound aspects they used. I contacted Genodics to learn more from them and will share results as they become available.      

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I have read Cleve Backster's book Primary Perception (which is what Lynne McTaggart is referring to in her own book). And the experiments and results therein seem plausible enough until we find that all of the following attempts to replicate similar results have failed. Some claim that the original circumstances are not accurately followed and therefore disqualify the second attempts of other so-called "scientists". So I would say that there isn't enough peer reviewed and repeatable evidence that there is any way to test a plant's consciousness by utilizing this method.

However, I perform sound healing on plants. And there seems to me in my experience to be a connection that occurs between the plants and I during and even after/between my treatments. These are not plants that I live with which makes it much more interesting to me. And my controls of working with single plants of the same species even in the same room as others seems to suggest that sound does in fact have a fantastic ability to enrich a plant and inspire its growth patterns positively.

I hope that this topic is explored further. And I also hope to offer my own study to expand the knowledge base of this field.

Mahalo ~ John Tone
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Thank you for your replies, Marian and John.

Marian, did you ever receive a reply from Genodics?
I'd be very curious to hear what they have to say.


John, it seems to be too common and too often disappointing to find that someone's breakthrough discovery fails to be replicated in multiple follow up attempts by other researchers. (Emoto's work being a well known example.)

Of course this brings up several questions, including but not limited to:
~ Did the original researcher fake the results? (For fame and fortune??)
~ Did the original researcher intently want to prove a specific idea so strongly that this intent influenced the perceived result?
    (Apparently Emoto took thousands of photos of his ice crystals and from among them selected the ones that supported the results he wanted.)
~ Was there a flaw in the original method, or an unconsidered variable, that influenced the results?
~ Were the original circumstances (as you mentioned) not accurately followed in the further independent attempts?

 


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