STICK an electrode in the ground, pump electrons down it, and they will come: living cells that eat electricity. We have known bacteria to survive on a variety of energy sources, but none as weird as this. Think of Frankenstein's monster, brought to life by galvanic energy, except these "electric bacteria" are very real and are popping up all over the place.
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Study suggests pylons and wires that stretch across many landscapes are having a worldwide impact on wildlife - see
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Flowers...have their equivalent of a neon sign – patterns of electrical signals that can communicate
information to the insect pollinator. These electrical signals can work in concert with the flower’s
other attractive signals and enhance floral advertising power.
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DNA Sequence Reconstituted from Water Memory. Research shows that certain bacterial and viral DNA sequences dissolved in water causes electromagnetic signals to be emitted at high dilutions. More than this, new results indicate that the DNA sequence itself could be reconstituted from the electromagnetic signal. Some quantum physicists are linking these findings to decades of research demonstrating the sensitivity of organisms to extremely weak electromagnetic fields.
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What You Learned About Static Electricity Is Wrong. Our basic understanding of electricity in the form of static requires a fundamental rethink as this latest discovery proves.