Do Plants Feel Pain? Scientists Prove It With This Cool Experiment


Bad news vegans, you’ll have to start eating air from now on!

In an astonishing research conducted at the University of Freiburg, a plant scientist has proven that plants do have nerves and reaction to pain!

Michael Pollan author of “The Omnivore’s Dilemma” and “The Botany of Desire”  writes,

“They have ways of taking all the sensory data they gather in their everyday lives… integrate it and then behave in an appropriate way in response. And they do this without brains, which, in a way, is what’s incredible about it, because we automatically assume you need a brain to process information.”

The video below corroborates this statement, as a plant is shown to be put out using ether, a human anesthetic. Then in another study, very faint electrical signals were detected using electrodes when the leaf of a plant was burned using a lighter.

Watch the video below and prepare to be flabbergasted.

Plant lives matter, stop these kinds of inhumane testing!



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