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Plants 'scream' when stressed out, study finds Now vegans got nothing to eat
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 78177302:MV80MjA1NDU5Xzc2NDg1MzcwX0VEQTkyMzM2] [quote:Anonymous Coward 44119413:MV80MjA1NDU5Xzc2NDg1MDEzXzIwQkM2QjUz] [quote:Rorschach Watchmen:MV80MjA1NDU5Xzc2NDg0OTI2X0NDOTY5MEY1] I honestly will never understand the back and forth between vegans and meat eaters. Why do people give one iota of their time and energy to worrying about what others eat or how they eat? Each one of them just pour out vehement hate for each other because of what the other decided to eat. [/quote] The vegans pour out their self righteous smuggery on anyone who does not beleive as they do like a pack of constipated rapture tards. The meat eaters simply respons to their never ending self rightous SHIT as anyone would. Never once met a heatlth or sane vegan...and they always rub their religion in your face and look down on you for doing what mankind has done since the days of caves...eating meat. .vegans can go FUCK THEMSELVES and if one of them ever gets in my face again with their endless whininv and bullshit...ill break their fucking JAW. [/quote] only whiney teenagers living in mom's basement talk like this - REAL men don't brag or make threats - especially over the opinions of a pathetic vegan [/quote]
In times of intense stress, people sometimes let out their angst with a squeal ⁠— and a new study suggests that plants might do the same.
Unlike human screams, however, plant sounds are too high-frequency for us to hear them, according to the research, which was posted Dec. 2 on the bioRxiv database. But when researchers from Tel Aviv University in Israel placed microphones near stressed tomato and tobacco plants, the instruments picked up the crops' ultrasonic squeals from about 4 inches (10 centimeters) away. The noises fell within a range of 20 to 100 kilohertz, a volume that could feasibly "be detected by some organisms from up to several meters away," the authors noted.
(The paper has not been peer reviewed yet.)
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If confirmed fully what a vegan gonna eat? Breast milk?
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