Social Beings
22 November 2016

Where we were once a humble part of the world around us, we are now used to thinking of nature as something other than ourselves. As a result, have we also lost our ability to intuit our world? Social Beings wonders what mysteries of nature we are missing because of the limits of our perceptual capabilities. Research shows trees have social interactions with each other, and can react to situations with relatively great speed. This is accomplished through electro-chemical pathways. Is it possible chemicals can become language? Is this a language we used to understand?