Post by mysticsl1m on May 8, 2008 18:44:27 GMT
Apr 25, 2008 23:36:44 GMT @mysticsl1m said:hellyp
I believe (my scientific theory) that individual trees have differing intelligence levels.
For example some are stupid and expand their branches in a way that results in a major un equal balance, making them very unstable...
Some tree's are more intelligent because they spread their branches symmetrically, which makes them very stable.
I have studied thousands of trees to derive at this conclusion.
Will you contradict me now or offer me an explanation as to why tree's are not intelligent ??
Hmmm very interesting. Although I am greatly impressed by your 'research', I must inform you of a small oversight which may affect the validity of your 'theory'. It's such a tiny thing that I hesitsate to even mention it. It's so miniscule that it will probably be considered to be a very petty thing by the scientific community. Nevertheless, I humbly offer up this minute spec of insignificance for your consideration.
Intelligence requires a BRAIN, something which I am almost completely sure (please correct me if I'm wrong) that trees lack.
So I guess that falls into the second part of your question - offering of an explanation as to why trees are not intelligent.
Intelligence......... hmmm, that is interesting.
You are intelligent because you have a brain (full stop)!
So tell me what the anti-matter in your head is and where it comes from ? where it goes to when your head is gone ?
is there any intelligence controlling it ?