I first discovered a mimosa pudica, commonly called “the sensitive plant,” while traveling through Australia. Although it is declared an invasive species in Australia, the sensitive plant garners a great […]
Tagged: plant behavior
Top Posts of the Week
- Doctors Communicate with Vegetable Through Brain Scans
- What is The Solution to Smog? A Vacuum!
- The Great Vitamin D-Ficiency!
- The “Friends of the Indian” and How They Treated Their Friends
- Cannabis or Cannabust: Why That “Rocky Mountain High” May Come Crashing Down on Your Heads (At Least on Your Potheads)
- Facebook: Glorifying and Depressing
- EU Orwellian Plan to Invasively Monitor Public’s Behavior
- Suicide Understood: Test Detects if You are Suicidal With 97% Accuracy
- The History and Legality of Cannabis Use Around the World
- Eat Your Yard: Grow an Edible Landscape at Home
- Polar Bears are all Descended from a Single Bear: The Genghis Khan of Bears
- Study Identifies Gene Potentially Responsible for Human Language
- Ever Heard of Microcrediting?
- Erase Memories, Because… “Why Not?”
- Vampires Aren’t Bad – Why Unplugging Your Charger Is Pointless
- The Road Rage is Strong With This One
- Open Access Journals
- What Does Light Look Like?
- Ask an Astrobiologist: Global Warming, and What to Expect
- New Cancer Treatment Shows Promising Results in Leukemia Patients
- Controversial “Killer” Egg Yolks
- Top 3 Foods to Eat in Ramadan: Suhoor
- Astronauts Vote With Absentee Ballot from Space
- Rosetta Stone’s Possible False Claim
- Rocket Stove Heating
- Effects of LSD 100% Positive in New Swiss Study, LSD Still Awesome
- Black Hole Spin Could Be Key in Understanding How Galaxies Expand
- Dolphins Exhibit Unending Compassion
- Afraid to Fall Asleep? (Part II) Effects and Strategies of Sleep Cycles
- Coursera: Free Online Courses from the World’s Top Universities