For the past few decades we have invested a lot of time and money to protect our environment from pollution that our industry makes. We change our daily habits and change the rules and laws that will help us to reduce the negative impact that humanity makes on the planet.
But, on the other hand, do we truly understand how our planet functions? Do we truly understand the natural processes of Earth? To answer these questions, we will get a deeper look at the four stunning facts that clearly show us how our planet is much more sophisticated and intelligent than we thought before!
Water as Earth’s brain!
Water is one of the basic substances needed to produce a life! Without water, life on Earth as we know will not be possible! But, that’s not all!
Water has the ability to remember the information from the environment that surrounds it. The latest scientific research shows us that the most important aspect of water isn’t the chemical composition – “H20”. Rather, scientists now think that the most important aspect of water is its structure. The structure of water tells us how its molecules are organized. The molecules in water are organized in a very specific geometric way. This geometric form of molecules plays the role of “memory cell”, giving the ability to water to record everything from its environment, like a magnetic tape from our computer hard drive.
The chemical composition of water is static, but its molecule structure is constantly changing like the nervous system that reacts to any irritation. Actually, research shows us that in each “memory cell” inside water, there are 444,000 information panels where water stores information that it collects through its travel around the world.
Information about each river and ocean that water goes through are memorized inside this “memory cell”. This means that from the moment water goes inside your body, it’s capable of remembering the condition of your organism.
Here’s one interesting fact about dinosaurs. As dinosaurs live for millions of years each drop of water that exists on Earth today was long ago passed through the body of dinosaurs. The conclusion is that water today keeps all of the information about this species of animals.
As everything in nature has its own purpose, what does the new research tell us about water? Water is capable of remembering information from the environment and living beings. Why? What’s the purpose and benefits for this? Who will use this information, and how? Is water Earth’s memory center? The planet’s brain?
Questions are open for debate. I leave it to you to make your own conclusions. One thing is for sure: nothing in nature does not exist without any reason whatsoever.
Trees that have emotions
Last summer I went for a walk with my lovely friend. While walking, I noticed a plant with beautiful white flowers. I approached the plant and in a very rough way picked flowers for her. She was happy because of the gesture but she told me, “Next time, pick it more gently, as you’ll hurt it like that”. I said “Ohhh, come on, it’s just a plant! Do you hear anyone crying?” She just smiled and we continued to walk near to the sea.
Few months after that, I read a book called “The Hidden Life of trees”, and now I can tell you: trees definitely feel pain and have emotions! Sounds crazy! But the latest scientific research shows us that trees are much more intelligent than we think and they do feel a pain! Also forests are much more like organized societies rather than static trees that just stand close to each other and “do nothing”.
Did you know that forests have their own network of information? There is the so-called wood-wide-web, through which trees communicate between each other. When trees are in danger they spread a special message through networks of roots inside the ground to the other members of society so that other trees can prepare for attack. This happened as all trees between the same species are connected with channels of their own roots.
When the trees are attacked it spreads a special substance (smell) into the air through leaves. This special smell “calls” the insect that eats the predator that was attacking a tree. For example, if caterpillars attack the tree, a special smell will attract the anthidium that will eat the caterpillar so the tree will be safe again.
At the same time, the tree sends the messages to their friends through a wood-wide-web, so other trees, even when not attacked, start to produce the same smell to prevent the attack.
Trees also help each other. When one member of society is sick, they send nutrition for recovery. Is that charity? Good will of other trees? Maybe. But, it’s also a good survival strategy. If you help others to survive when they need help, you can expect help when your life goes down hill, too.
Interestingly, wherever we look, we can notice intelligent designs of the planet. I can bet that now you will never look at trees the same way as before.
Are animals as smart as we are?
We spoke about the intelligence of water and trees. Let’s go one step forward and see how much intelligence animals have. What do they feel and think? As you can guess, they are smarter than we believed before.
Did you know that some animals can give a name to each other? For sure, young animals will not make fun of each other because of the weird names of their classmates. They are not on that level, yet! However, they can be recognized by their own name, have better communication and be recognized in their own tribe.
Ravens can give names to each other. This sort of animal has a life-long relationship with their parents, partners, kids and friends also! To be able to do this, they give a name to each other so they can be recognized among the clouds. These black birds are capable of using 80 different types of sounds for communication. They also have their own “voice sign recognition”. When they approach their own tribes, they pronounce their special “sign voice”, so the rest of the crew know who’s coming.
If the ravens are capable of using the cellphones, companies like Samsung or Apple will for sure use their voice sign to confirm identity.
Jokes aside, did you know that pigs are capable of recognizing themselves in the mirror? And that’s not all! Scientists experimented and put food behind the pigs that look in a mirror. In a very short time, these animals realize that food is not located in front of them – or inside the mirror – but behind them, so they turn around and search for food.
What do these experiments show us? It shows that animals must have a certain level of self-consciousness. Otherwise, they would not be capable of recognizing themselves in a mirror and especially realize that the food they saw in a mirror is actually behind them. Without a certain level of self-consciousness, pigs won’t be able to perform such a thing.
A female pig helps her kids when they are about to give birth. They prepare a place for a birth and help as a nurse.
When we speak about emotions, beside our dogs, the interesting examples are connected with dolphins. Dolphins are animals that love humans, but also their own species, too! Besides looking adorable they are very faithful!
Dolphins partners love each other and they spend their lives together. When one of them passes away, the second partner can lose its will to live and commite suicide. One television show about animals that I watched a few years before gives a great example of this. Story is about a female dolphin that was injured. Her husband was swimming with her to the nearest beach, hoping that humans would find a way to save her life. After the human helpers unfortunately failed, the male dolphin went to the rock and hit himself on it until he lost his life.
All of this shows us that essential things such as love and intelligence are not just granted to people. As current research shows, the same principle of life exists in everybody and everything around us.
Water that has its own memory, trees that have its own society, and animals with their own emotions and intelligence are enough reasons that we change our view on the planet and life itself.
Cosmos have its own informational network
Latest research in quantum physics shows us that space also has its own informational network where all information is available instantly. Nassim Haramein and his theory about the fractal universe says that space has its own informational network!
The basic component of that informational network is the proton. A single proton is connected with groups of protons around it, and other protons are connected with the other groups of protons, too. The laws of the proton are to collect every single information around them, including information from every object and life form in the universe — animals, plants, stars, planets, and even you!
In this way, the cosmos knows everything that is happening inside itself. It knows the number of stars in the universe, the pathway of the comets, the number of any species on Earth, what you eat for breakfast and about what you think during meals.
Sounds scary? Absolutely! Luckily, the cosmos doesn’t plan to distribute any of our personal information to Acxiom, a company that buys and resells our personal information from Facebook, Instagram or YouTube. So you can eat and think in peace.
This theory can explain a lot of things, such as telepathy, for example. Someones call you, and you know who is on the other side of the line. Someone thinks about you, and you think of the same person. Or you dream about a specific person and that person has dreams about you, too.
This theory suggests that the informational network is a way through which the cosmos can realize itself. Does the universe realize itself through our consciousness? Are we humans separate individuals or that is just an illusion while we represent one big whole? Very hard questions. Luckily, we have enough time to think about it.
Few “super-intelligent” thoughts…
After a few rows of latest scientific research we can see that the planet is much more sophisticated than we think so. The trees that communicate, animals with the ability to love, realize things around them and give names to each other. Universe with its own informational network clearly shows us that our reality is much more than we could ever imagine. And a planet is much more alive than modern science believes so.
Is it then proper to conclude sentences from the title of this blog. Is it our planet’s intelligent super-organism that travels around the Universe, an even bigger super-organism where everywhere is connected and alive?