Haha by Valerie Brown Cheers

And God said, Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed,and the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind, whose seed is in itself, upon the earth: and it was so. ~ Genesis 1:11

“Having a Haha day and this means when we get sick and tired of being sick and tired we shout out loud Haha as loud as we can.”

“You will feel so much better after doing this and may even laugh at oneself which is so good for us do every once in awhile.”

“We will discuss how plants have voices just like we humans do. As a matter of fact, plants really don’t need man’s  guidance and really just need a peaceful sky above to guide them.”

“Think about it and when a there is no light nor sunshine we can plant a seed in a cup and how does it know to grow up  yet it does grow up?”

“Seeds routinely send shoots up toward the sky and roots the other way and darkness does not confuse plants.”

“It is so weird how a plant can be wilting and bounce right back when it gets light and water and sort of needs nutrient like we do.”

“Plants prepare a way of life for humans and animals and not the other way around and then when we destroy them, then we get sick and even birds, all animals become extinct too.”

“Plants can heal with their smell and even when we have them around us, they can also help us to breath better also.”

“We still believe this is what happened to the poor dinosaurs and they died from lack of plants and water for living.”

“So this is why we are having a Haha day and ask, why does man constantly try to destroy them with pesticides, why do we mow instead of grow, why do we cut and take away food and medicine for us and animals?”

According to NPR, “More intriguing, if you turn a seedling (or a whole bunch of seedlings) upside down, as Thomas Andrew Knight of the British Royal Society did around 200 years ago, the tips and roots of the plant will sense, “Hey, I’m upside down,” and will wiggle their way to the right direction, doing a double U-turn, like this:

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“How do they know? According to botanist Daniel Chamovitz, Thomas Knight 200 years ago assumed that plants must sense gravity. They feel the pull of the Earth. Knight proved it with a crazy experiment involving a spinning plate.”

Plants are the backbone of all life on Earth and an essential resource for human well-being. Just think about how your everyday life depends on plants.

“Please enjoy this documentary, Secret Life of Plants”  and enjoy the legend Stevie Wonder singing too.”

http://www.bgci.org/plantconservationday/whyplantsimportant/

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