Can plants sense or react to paranormal activity? Dozens of independent studies claim that plants can feel, see, speak and even think. The notion that plants are capable of feeling emotions was first recorded in 1848, when Dr. Gustav Theodore Fechner, a German experimental psychologist, suggested that plants are capable of emotions and that one could promote healthy growth with talk, attention, and affection. But can they sense anomalous activity? In an effort to expand this historical research we are conducting various tests to find out for sure.
Historic supporting research:
- Evidence of Primary Perception in Plant Life – Cleve Baxter 1978