Saturday, 12 April 2008


"At each stage of this process the air-cell interfaces of the plants under observation at BRS shewed normal organic function, slowed at the point of maximum compression to levels which comprise stop in stem-system time but preserved in endoplasmic 'counter-current' by the phasic differential of root-system time. Thus overall systemic arrest did not occur; adjusting for signal shift in observed date we may conclude that stem-arrest merely caused the stem & leaf system to function temporarily on root time.

Thus stop is not dead stop according to observation, confirming results predicted by theory. Plant death is clearly a more complex event than in other life systems. In arrest situations like that just described other organisms are maintained by mnemonic capacitation, whereas plants can clearly switch to another part of the chronoscopic wavefront. One unexplained point so far is the massive production & release of auxins (time-lapse transamination) during this dilation sequence."

from The Plant Time Manifold Transcripts


If (Arch-snob) {Apeman} said...

Is it just me, or is there something profoundly, cripplingly irritating about the rhyming of the words 'yummy' and 'tummy'?

President Nef. Sock said...

that green dude is gonna have terrible indigestion from all that bounding about