Do Plants Make Music?

If you find yourself in Turin, Italy, you might want to take a field trip to the eco-commune of Damanhur. There you can see the 11-story temple it took the 1,000 residents 16 years to build by hand, inspired by a falling star envisioned by the community’s leader Oberto Aiuradi (who goes by Falco). You might also want to catch a singing plant concert, wherein sensors attached to the leaves of plants translate some of their biological processes into synthesizer music.

Or, if you don’t happen to be going to Italy anytime soon, for a mere $250, you can buy a machine that will allow you to listen into the “music” of your very own houseplants. You’ve got some options…[READ MORE]

Source: Do Plants Make Music? | howstuffworks.com

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