Aesclepion healing temple on the Island of Kos where Hyppocrates was trained


Health and the Environment

From the Editor of Reverse Spins

Health and the Environment


El Morya form Agni Yoga: "They will ask, "How can we best serve on Earth to effect the utmost benefit at present?" One must restore the health of Earth. By innumerable ways, one must carry out the world task of regeneration. One must bear in mind that people have destroyed the resources of Earth without mercy. They are ready to poison the earth and the air. They have laid waste the forests, these storehouses of prana. They have decimated animal life, forgetting that animal energy nourishes the earth. They believe that untried chemical compounds can take the place of prana and earthly emanations. They plunder the natural resources, unmindful that the balance must be maintained. They do not ponder over the cause of the catastrophe of Atlantis. They do not consider the fact that chemical ingredients must be tested over the course of a century, for a single generation cannot determine the symptoms of evolution or involution. People like to calculate races and sub-races, but the very simple idea of calculating the plundering of the planet never occurs to them. They think that by some act of mercy the weather will clear, and people will become prosperous! But the problem of restoring health does not enter their thoughts. Hence, let us love all creation!" Fiery World - Book 1 (1933) - 630.


News Stories and Articles: Archived Links


  1. Dandelion Root Cancer Cure? At No Cost!
  2. Tibetan Medicine a Tradition on its own
  3. She turns her pen on drug makers-8/9
  4. How to tame your little devil-1\29
  5. Europe's Ancient "Magic" Plants: New Drug Sources?-1\25
  6. Cinnamon spice produces healthier blood-11\25
  7. Doctor Speaks on Tibetan Medicine-9\27
  8. Fluoridation Can't Stop Tooth Erosion-9\9
  9. Cranberries may help reduce stroke damage-9\8
  10. Seeking the Alchemical Cure for Cancer-9\2
  11. Regular cannabis users 'at greater risk of mental illness'-7\3
  12. Nicotine changes newborn behavior similar to heroin and crack-6\2
  13. Seaweed Surprise: Marine Plant Uses Chemical Warfare To Fight Microbes
  14. Doctors Make Natural Treatment for SARS Available Worldwide-5\7
  15. Regular Fasting Seems to Improve Health-4\29
  16. Chimpanzees Show Preference for Organic Fruit-3\31
  17. Chemical in soy alters reproductive organs in male rats-3\11
  18. Eradicating illnesses through loving kindness-3\8
  19. Organically grown foods higher in cancer-fighting chemicals3\4
  20. Current Theory On Cause Of Kidney Stones Refuted-3\4
  21. Meditation 'good for brain'-2\5
  22. Say "Om" Before Surgery-1\29
  23. 19.2 Million US Adults Have Chronic Kidney Disease-1\10
  24. The 1939 Royal Rife Beam Ray Generator Found and Back Engineered-1\8
  25. 'My music helps healing'-12\30
  26. Brain cells victims of video violence-12\3
  27. Chinese folk remedy fights cancer-11\21
  28. Cannabis 'worse than tobacco'-7\13
  29. Undaunted, man fights for the uninsured-6\9
  30. WHO suggests alternative medicine strategy-5\22
  31. Religion and Health: New Research Revives an Old Debate-5\7
  32. Attack on alternative medicine could lead to alternative lawsuits-4\29
  33. Heart and liver have rhythm4\24
  34. Cancer Risk in Chips, French Fries, Bread - Study-4\24
  35. From Russia with gloves-4\24
  36. Concerns linger about electromagnetic fields-4\19
  37. How Pharmaceutical Companies Use Enticement to 'Educate' Physicians-4\17
  38. The Great Fluoride Scam-4\9
  39. Are Your Fillings Killing You?-4\10
  40. Fox's Co-Workers Got Parkinson's Too-4\10
  41. Test Thyself; Doctors don't like it when patients can do without them-4\3
  42. Smoking gun found for Alzheimer's-4\5
  43. S.F. schools find peace of mind via 'yoga break'-3\29
  44. Sudarshan kriya can help treat depression-3\25
  45. Homeopathic remedy for Chemtrails-3\21
  46. Doctor warns of toxic mold health risks-2\28
  47. God, Science, and Substance Abuse-2\23
  48. Scientists find key to eternal life-2\18
  49. Humans Weren't Built to Eat Meat-2\16
  50. The End of Cancer ?-2\5
  51. Electric secrets of good health-1\28
  52. Scientists locate brain's 'censor'-1\17
  53. Television Addiction-1\26
  54. Health study into 'old wives' tales'-1\25
  55. Eligibility errors cost Oregon Health Plan-1\4
  56. Healthy wine myth debunked
  57. Garlic Blasts Worst Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria
  58. Tibetan Meditations on health-1\4
  59. Effect of Rosary and Yoga on cardiovascular-12\27
  60. Churchgoers live longer, study finds-12\24


  1. Plants Can Hear You!-3/25 Video
  2. Survey: Less Than Half of all Published Scientists Endorse Global Warming Theory-8/30
  3. New research opens a window on the minds of plants-3/5
  4. Can plants feel?-4\22
  5. Global Warming not Man-Made Phenomenon-8\13
  6. Debating the Sun's effect on climate-7\7
  7. Hotbed of Volcanic Activity Found Beneath Arctic Ocean-6\29
  8. Tidal energy turbine launches-6\18
  9. Global garden grows greener-6\6
  10. Against the current, Pouring cold water on a climate myth-5\26
  11. Middle Ages were warmer than today, say scientists-4\9
  12. Insects Love Genetically Modified Food!-4\7
  13. Pinatubo eruption tests arctic circulation's impact on climate-3\13
  14. Debunking Modern Climate Myths-12\31
  15. British trials show GE crops breeding with plants in the wild -12\29
  16. Fish Farms Become Feedlots of the Sea-12\12
  17. 46 percent of Earth is still wilderness, researchers report-12\5
  18. Possible Pole-Shift Precursor Found!-11\13
  19. Sun's rays to roast Earth as poles flip-11\11
  20. One large, overlooked factor in global warming: tropical forest fires-11\7
  21. Cosmic rays 'linked to clouds'-10\22
  22. It's not easy being green - just hear your plants scream-5\9
  23. Warming up to the truth-4\28
  24. New Report Explains Ice-Age Mystery-4\21
  25. Studies Find That Magma Superplumes Are Rising From Base of Earth's Mantle-4\19
  26. A Mushrooming Quorn Controversy-4\16
  27. Disrupting Life's Messages (impacts of contamination)-4\9
  28. Biodiversity under microscope at new U.N. meeting-4\6
  29. Talking Plants-4\5
  30. Arctic Ice Shelf Nonsense-4\1
  31. Are You Ready for a Pole Shift?-3\21
  32. GM-free nations fall to Monsanto-4\1
  33. Courts Roll Back Clinton Admin. Environmental Rules-3\10
  34. Scientific group denounces climate science 'lie'-2\27
  35. The Profits Of Doom-2\23
  36. Poultry Industry Quietly Cuts Back on Antibiotic Use
  37. Big Farms Making a Mess of U.S. Waters, Cities Say
  38. GM Crops Creating 'Rogue Weeds'-2\10
  39. Scientific Report Roils a Salmon War-2\4
  40. The Missing Lynx, ideology over science-1\24
  41. Greens see red as visitors enjoy snowyYellowstone-1\22
  42. We're Engulfed in Pesticides-1\24
  43. Trade Secrets: The Scotch Guard Papers- 12\5
  44. 'Take your pick': Good for Patients?
  45. Year 2001 Only Slightly Warmer Than Average: Study-1\12
  46. The Truth about the environment, from the Economist

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Excuse Me, Your Life Is Waiting: The Astonishing Power of Feelings by Lynn GrabhornV. McCowen, freelance reviewer: "And now for something completely different -- a self-help book that gives us a radical, here-to-fore unthinkable, seemingly too-good-to-be-true path to follow, finally acquiring what we all want out of life. ... The book promises to set the self-improvement genre on its ear with this unorthodox theory: we create our lives through how we feel. That's right, forget positive thinking, visualization, mind over matter, and all those other well-worn cure-alls for what ails the human race. What we feel is what we get! ...
Eat Right for Your Type by Peter J. D'Adamo, Catherine Whitney. As you may notice there is a preponderance of Oriental-Macrobiotic type books here. I believe there are no fixed rules. This book is an important part of the mix. Blending this one, macrobiotics, zone diet and low-carb diets is the best route until you find the balance that is right for you.
Healing With Whole Foods: Asian Traditions and Modern Nutrition by Paul Pitchford. This is one of my favorite reference guides to healing and diet. He puts it all together using Oriental Medicine as the foundation.
The Yellow Emperor's Classic of Medicine: A New Translation of the Neijing Suwen With Commentary by Maoshing Ni. from Ingram: The Neijing is one of the most important classics of Taoism as well as the highest authority on traditional Chinese medicine. Its authorship is attributed to the great Huang Di, the Yellow Emperor. This new translation consists of 81 chapters of the section of the Neijing known as the Suwen.
Reading the Body: Ohashi's Book of Oriental Diagnosis by Wataru Ohashi, Tom Monte. This one of the best books on the subject. Our bodies are like roadmaps to what ails us. Mr. Ohashi is a navigator without peer.
Natural Healing from Head to Toe: Traditional Macrobiotic Remedies by Cornellia Aihara, Herman Aihara. This is a good basic understanding of macrobiotic healing. I've always appreciated the Aihara's approach.
Between Heaven and Earth: A Guide to Chinese Medicine by Harriet Beinfield, Efrem Korngold. From Publishers Weekly: Chinese medicine uses a variety of diagnostic techniques, such as observation, pulse-taking, and questioning, to determine a patient's type and optimal therapy. Here, two Western practitioners describe for Western lay readers philosophy, diagnostic techniques, and possible treatments. They also show how an understanding of the five Chinese elements--wood, fire, earth, metal, and water--enables one to begin to understand one's own patterns of physical and emotional health.
Chinese System Of Food Cures: Prevention & Remedies by Henry C. Lu. Amazon Reviewer: As a Chinese Medicine Practitioner, I'm constantly on the look out for interesting books and every so often I come across a book which opens up a whole new horizon. As many of us know, Chinese herbal medicine is based on the principles of Yin and Yang, chi, heat and cold, dampness and dryness. All these can be in balance or out of balance, and herbs are selected to increase heat or reduce dampness, enhance kidney or liver Yang or increase chi, depending on the individual's needs. This book describes the use of common foods instead of herbs. Or rather, it describes the foods as herbs. ...
The Zone : Revolutionary Life Plan to Put Your Body in Total Balance for Permanent Weight Loss by Barry Sears. Amazon: Barry Sears looks at why Americans still have dietary problems in spite of following the advice of experts. Challenging the current recommendations for a high carbohydrate diet, Sears looks into man's history as well as the diets athletes succeed best on, to build a new dietary picture. ...
Turn Off the Fat Genes: The Revolutionary Guide to Losing Weight by Neal, MD Barnard. Amazon reviewer: This is by far the best book I have ever read as far as food for a healthy life. It makes complete sense out of so many myths we hear everyday about different kinds of diets. This is a program for good quality living. It has information on many experiments and testing that have been done and explains the complete metabolism issue in detail. If you are interested in nutrition at all this book is a must read!
The 40/30/30 Phenomenon by Ann Louise Gittleman. Amazon reviewer: I have just completed Gittleman's 40/30/30 [Zone Diet] booklet and not only is this easy and complete, but it is THE best written explanation of the 40/30/30 out there. She is an outstanding author who can skillfully consolidate some pretty confusing concepts into a meaningful practical program. ...
Your Face Never Lies: Introduction to Oriental Diagnosis by Michio Kushi. I like Reading the Body by Ohashi better, but this is an early classic on the subject and definately worthwhile.
Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine, Revised 2nd Edition by Michael T. Murray, Joseph E. Pizzorno. Amazon reviewer: This is a great book for the general public as well as naive health care professionals to learn about Natural Medicine. EVERYONE SHOULD HAVE A COPY OF THIS BOOK AND STUDY IT. YOUR LIFE MAY DEPEND ON IT. I have learned that I am eating totally wrong and am setting myself up for a cardiovascular disaster. And I'm a doctor and should know better! Now I can set things straight. ...
Prescription for Nutritional Healing: A Practical A-Z Reference to Drug-Free Remedies Using Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs & Food Supplements by James F., Md. Balch, Phyllis A. Balch. Amazon reviewer: This is the best nutritional book I've seen, and I've had many over the years. Every home should have one. The advise is sensible and mega-doses of vitamins and minerals like some resources recommend. Lots of good info on all types of disorders.
Ayurvedic Healing: A Comprehensive Guide by David, Dr Frawley. Amazon reviewer: I have read dozens of books on Ayurveda published in English; this stands out as simply the best of what I have read. It is sensitive, sympathetic to the conditions discussed, and lucid. ...
Ayurveda and the Mind by David Frawley. Amazon reviewer: This is an EXCELLENT book. Abstract and very deep truths are lucidly conveyed without sacrificing intricacy or impact. If you are interested in psychology, spirituality, or Ayurveda, this is a wonderful, unique book. Dr. Frawley is extremely thorough and brings much integrity to his work. This book may be a bit much for some, but those truly interested in furthering their awareness will find many treasures in these pages. If you are looking for an intro to ayurveda, start with something else, like Dr. Frawley's "Yoga and Ayurveda."
Yoga and Ayurveda by David Frawley. Amazon reviewer: This is the first book on this subject. I am a serious yoga practicioner and so far have never seen anything like this: so well connecting Ayurveda medicine knowledge with especially Hatha and Kundalini yoga. You can see that the auther is an adept, informing us about the working of prana in the subtle body. The book contains to my knowledge the most clear and complete explanation for a serious practitioner the inner alchemy of yogic transformation. This is not a book for a beginner! It explains everything about prana, ojas and tejas, vital information on pranayama, pratyahara, chakras and kundalini and all in connection with Ayurveda. This is the first book of the kind!
Rodale's Illustrated Encyclopedia of Herbs by Claire Kowalchik (Editor), William H. Hylton (Editor), Anna Carr, Catherine Cassidy, Ellen Cohen, Alice Decenzo, Marjorie Hunt, Judith Benn Hurley, Susan Milius, Kim Wilson, Frank Fretz (Illustrator), Alison Miksch. Rodale's Illustrated Encyclopedia of Herbs is the best herb resource I have ever found, and that is saying a lot, since I own over twenty, and have checked many others out from my local library. It is thorough, interesting, more complete than any other text (no herb book can be complete - it would be thicker than a telephone book!), and always enjoyable to read.
Why 'Good Vibrations' may be Bad Books on music are located on the bottom on the link to the left.

Asian Longevity Secrets: Seven Breakthrough Steps to Youthful Health and Vitality by Ping Wu, Tai Chi Tzu

The Hidden Messages in Water by Masaru Emoto; Amazon description: The Hidden Messages in Water is an eye-opening theory showing how water is deeply connected to people's individual and collective consciousness. Drawing from his own research, scientific researcher, healer, and popular lecturer Dr. Masaru Emoto describes the ability of water to absorb, hold, and even retransmit human feelings and emotions. Using high-speed photography, he found that crystals formed in frozen water reveal changes when specific, concentrated thoughts are directed toward it. Music, visual images, words written on paper, and photographs also have an impact on the crystal structure. Emoto theorizes that since water has the ability to receive a wide range of frequencies, it can also reflect the universe in this manner. He found that water from clear springs and water exposed to loving words shows brilliant, complex, and colorful snowflake patterns, while polluted water and water exposed to negative thoughts forms incomplete, asymmetrical patterns with dull colors. ... Recently came out in this smaller paperback edition. I used Emoto's research in my article on music: (Why 'Good Vibrations' may be Bad) . His findings were also featured in the movie "What the Bleep." At only $11.86 at Amazon, this is a must for everyone's library. Editor

The Miracle of Water (Hardcover) by Masaru Emoto--
Publisher's Description: Masaru Emoto has photographed thousands of water crystals throughout his years of research, yet few have been as beautiful and life affirming as those formed from the words "love and gratitude." In The Miracle of Water, Dr. Emoto demonstrates how water's unique role in transporting the natural vibration of these words can help you welcome change and live a more positive and happy life. Dr. Emoto also explores the significance of words and language, their origins, and their impact on water. He introduces and explains the key concept of resonance -- the vehicle through which life-force energy is transmitted. From this knowledge, he draws out lessons that we can apply to our lives to reap the benefits of positive resonance, including more harmonious relationships, restored health, and improved communications. This thoughtful book includes new and extraordinary water-crystal photographs that provide convincing reasons for all of us to choose positive words and strive for perfect resonance for a more healthy, peaceful, and happy life.

The Okinawa Diet Plan : Get Leaner, Live Longer, and Never Feel Hungry; by BRADLEY J. WILLCOX, D. CRAIG WILLCOX. Reviewer on Amazon: The author describes both macro and micronutrients. Macronutrients provide energy for the body. Micronutrients deliver vitamins and mineral content for our health. Carbohydrates, protein , fats and alcohol are also macronutrients. A PWV index was devised to measure increased blood flow through the arteries. Cardio biomarkers are anti-oxidants, veggies and Vitamin E. Omega 3 lowers LDL and increases the HDL. Conversely, deep fried foods increase LDL and decrease HDL. The author describes how eggs increase protein levels, B12, D and folate. Tumeric eliminates excess fat and acts as a powerful antioxidant to reduce inflammation. This book is a treasure chest of alternative medicinal information written for the benefit of the layperson.
The China Study: The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted and the Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss and Long-term Health; by PhD, T. Colin Campbell, Thomas M. Campbell II, John Robbins-- Editorial Reviews: Referred to as the "Grand Prix of epidemiology" by The New York Times, this study examines more than 350 variables of health and nutrition with surveys from 6,500 adults in more than 2,500 counties across China and Taiwan, and conclusively demonstrates the link between nutrition and heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. While revealing that proper nutrition can have a dramatic effect on reducing and reversing these ailments as well as curbing obesity, this text calls into question the practices of many of the current dietary programs, such as the Atkins diet, that are widely popular in the West. The politics of nutrition and the impact of special interest groups in the creation and dissemination of public information are also discussed.
China Syndrome: the true story of the 21st century's first great epidemic-9/8 New Statesman, Reviewed by Margaret Cook:
China Syndrome: the true story of the 21st century's first great epidemic,by Karl Taro Greenfeld-- Much is made in the west of China's booming economy. But there are inevitable downsides to what has been described as the "greatest mass urbanisation in the history of the world". In China Syndrome, Karl Taro Greenfeld probes one of them: the Sars (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) epidemic of 2003, in which an estimated 884 people died, and which only narrowly escaped becoming a devastating pandemic of 15-20 per cent mortality. It is thought that Sars originated in the city of Shenzen, in southern China's Guangdong province. Early on, Greenfeld swoops in on the aptly named Fang Lin, an illegal immigrant to the city from the countryside, who finds a job handling and slaughtering exotic wild animals for restaurants. "Wild flavour", as it is known, is an important ingredient in China's new culture of conspicuous consumption. Thanks to lax regulation, the trade in snakes, camels, otters, monkeys, badgers, bats, pangolins, geese, civets, wild boars - anything that can be trapped or hunted - has become a multimillion-dollar industry. Animals are kept in filthy conditions in the backs of restaurant kitchens, where they are butchered only after diners have made their choice. Fang Lin would emerge after a night's work covered in the blood and excreta of panicked animals, and would chain-smoke to kill the stench. It is in this overcrowded, pollution-ridden environment that a virus hops over the species barrier, from civet cats to humans. Sars is born. ...
The Four Temperaments, A Rediscovery of the Ancient Way of Understanding Health and Character; by Randy Rolfe-- Book Review by William House, Reverse Spins: There are quite a few books and studies on personality types, even the four temperaments mentioned above. I recently read this one. I liked it because the author makes a seemless connection between ancient Greek thought and today's latest advances. I especially liked her focusing on diet as it affects the four types: phlegmatic, sanguine, melancholic and choleric. Her easy but thorough tests and natural writing style made it fun to read. I appreciated her very positive approach. Turns out I'm the creative type which needs caffeine, sweets and carbs to fuel the thought processes but an excess of these is not good. We always tend to to go overboard on things we think we need. I've made a vow to cut back thanks to Ms. Rolfe.
The Biology of Belief by Bruce Lipton;The Biology of Belief is a groundbreaking work in the field of New Biology. Author Dr. Bruce Lipton is a former medical school professor and research scientist. His experiments, and those of other leading-edge scientists, have examined in great detail the processes by which cells receive information. The implications of this research radically change our understanding of life. It shows that genes and DNA do not control our biology; that instead DNA is controlled by signals from outside the cell, including the energetic messages emanating from our positive and negative thoughts. Dr. Lipton's profoundly hopeful synthesis of the latest and best research in cell biology and quantum physics is being hailed as a major breakthrough showing that our bodies can be changed as we retrain our thinking. Editor, Reverse Spins
The Alcoholism & Addiction Cure by Chris Prentiss; A Book Review by William House, (Editor, Reverse Spins)
Spirits. The name itself conjures up evocative images. There's the dictionary definition: DISTILLATE 1: as (1) : the liquid containing ethyl alcohol and water that is distilled from an alcoholic liquid or mash -- often used in plural (2) : any of various volatile liquids obtained by distillation or cracking (as of petroleum, shale, or wood) -- often used in plural b : a usually volatile organic solvent (as an alcohol, ester, or hydrocarbon). Then there are the more apt connotations. The notion that alcohol somehow usurps or destroys the spiritual side of man—even his will power and self control. At its worst it could mean some sort of possession involving entities or disembodied spirits, which would explain why addiction is so hard to stop. ... more >>
The Genie in Your Genes by Dawson Church. For those interested in cutting edge healing and the new sciences, The Genie in Your Genes is perhaps the best book on the subject, even better than Biology of Belief by Lipton, although you really should read both. The reason being, Dawson Church brings together all the latest research on how our thoughts and emotions affect our DNA and cells. Eminently readable and actually quite inspiring, I recommend it to all. Read the glowing comments at Amazon if you remain unconvinced. Editor, Reverse Spins
Breaking the Code: A Layperson's Guide to Unlocking the Secret World of Medical Terminology by Dr. Richard Schulze; Editorial Reviews: BREAKING THE CODE is all about giving the patient MORE TIME. No decision has to be made in five minutes or even that day. Take the time to look up what the words are the you do not understand. Take the time to get familiar with the organs and systems in question, how they work and what they do. Take the time to decipher your test results and possibly even get a second opinion, but better yet, consider an alternative / natural opinion. There are always options. ...
Meet the man who has exposed the great climate change con trick-7/26/09 Spectator (UK), James Delingpole talks to Professor Ian Plimer, the Australian geologist, whose new book [Heaven and Earth] shows that ‘anthropogenic global warming’ is a dangerous, ruinously expensive fiction, a ‘first-world luxury’ with no basis in scientific fact. Shame on the publishers who rejected the book ...

New: The Mystic Cookbook: The Secret Alchemy of Food-11/28
By Denise and Meadow Linn, From Hay House;
Editor, Reverse Spins: Denise Linn has a long history of caring about our emotional, physical and spiritual well being. My favorite book of hers is called "Sacred Space" It sits alongside other spritual books that I treasure. This time she and her sister have brought that intuitive caring into the kitchen. Sometimes we forget to bring that buddhic mindfulness into the food prep area and the dining room. "The Mystical Cookbook" will show you how to elevate the simplest of chores and bring a sense of sacredness into cooking which can become a spiritual calling. Oh, and lest I forget, there are a cornucopia of wonderful recipes as well.

New: What a Plant Knows: A Field Guide to the Senses by Daniel Chamovitz -- Release date: May 22, 2012 -- Amazon Description: How does a Venus flytrap know when to snap shut? Can it actually feel an insect’s tiny, spindly legs? And how do cherry blossoms know when to bloom? Can they actually remember the weather? For centuries we have collectively marveled at plant diversity and form—from Charles Darwin’s early fascination with stems to Seymour Krelborn’s distorted doting in Little Shop of Horrors. But now, in What a Plant Knows, the renowned biologist Daniel Chamovitz presents an intriguing and scrupulous look at how plants themselves experience the world—from the colors they see to the schedules they keep. Highlighting the latest research in genetics and more, he takes us into the inner lives of plants and draws parallels with the human senses to reveal that we have much more in common with sunflowers and oak trees than we may realize. Chamovitz shows how plants know up from down, how they know when a neighbor has been infested by a group of hungry beetles, and whether they appreciate the Led Zeppelin you’ve been playing for them or if they’re more partial to the melodic riffs of Bach. Covering touch, sound, smell, sight, and even memory, Chamovitz encourages us all to consider whether plants might even be aware of their surroundings. A rare inside look at what life is really like for the grass we walk on, the flowers we sniff, and the trees we climb, What a Plant Knows offers us a greater understanding of science and our place in nature.    


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