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Research for project to promote creative actions and artist involvement in planting and caring for trees, in the spirit of Beuys
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Is Tree Graffiti the Next Tree Yarn Bombing?

Is Tree Graffiti the Next Tree Yarn Bombing? | Beuysterous | Scoop.it
Zonenkinder Collective paints faces to highlight the grotesque and humorous faces they see on trees.
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Trees Communicate | Ecology Global Network

Trees Communicate | Ecology Global Network | Beuysterous | Scoop.it
Suzanne Simard, forest ecologist at the University of British Columbia, and her colleagues have made the major discovery that trees communicate and interact with each other.
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Hand in hand to protect the Congo Basin forests

Hand in hand to protect the Congo Basin forests | Beuysterous | Scoop.it
What began in 2011 as a call to the youth of the DRC to speak out for the protection of their forests, has come to this grand moment – men, women and children from Kinshasa city and surroundings coming out to take part in the filming of the video...
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Giant 3D Portraits Turn Trees into Monuments to Activism in Australia

Giant 3D Portraits Turn Trees into Monuments to Activism in Australia | Beuysterous | Scoop.it
3D projected photographs create haunting public art display from trees in Australia.
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Indian scientists find harmful effect of electromagnetic wave energy on plants

Indian scientists find harmful effect of electromagnetic wave energy on plants | Beuysterous | Scoop.it

Even as Union government has rolled out new norms to reduce impact of cellphone radiation on people, a new study has revealed that the increasing electromagnetic wave energy (EMWE) pollution is adversely impacting even plant tissues.

 

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This is reminiscent of the findings, during the 60s and 70s in Cold War Germany, of high power pulsed radar waves as well as the TV transmission directional beams from one station to another, were wrecking whole forests, making the affected trees dry up and die. 

"Acid rain" was blamed for that one, and nothing was done at the time to investigate a possible microwave radiation connection to the widespread forest die-offs. Could hardly have turned off our defense radars then, could we? So the question was left well alone.


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