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Old 01-07-2003, 09:20 PM
Bogdan H
 
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I am a student from Roumania looking for some answers about the world
around.Just other day I entered a discussion regarding the capacity of
plant to reason,to think.For what regards me I think that plants are
capable to think.But to my ashame I cannot prove this theory.
So I came to you and ask you: Are plants capable of reason? And if
they are what are the arguments to upholp this conclusion?
Thank you in advance hoping that you will help me in this matter.

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