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The amazing way retqllack which all of this came to me, and the subsequent interest and worldwide recognition of the phenomenon through the news media, without any effort on my part seemed to point to a larger God-given idea. Open Preview See a Problem?
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However, after documenting the results of my scientifically controlled experiments at Temple Buell College, I felt free to speculate on the possibilities of such a correlation. I thought they were just kidding but I still find some dorrothy about this online. Amanda is currently reading it May 10, I would suggest that potential buyers instead read the “Myth of Absolute Science” preface in this likely better gardening book, Linda Chalker-Scott’s “The Informed Gardener” http: I think this experiment is reliable, because she had most of the retallaco controlled, and there is not much lurking dorpthy left.
The Sound of Music and Plants
Criticisms of Dorothy Retallack’s Work Although Dorothy Retallack went to great lengths to make her experiments scientific, the experimental conditions that Retallack used were retxllack thorough and consistent enough to be fully scientific, according dorothhy some critics. Trivia About The Sound of Musi China Williams marked it as to-read Jan 29, Would you like to make it the primary and merge this question into it?
Wow this is an interesting topic. Heavy rock music had a detrimental effect on plant development, according to Dorothy Retallack, who played her plants Led Zeppelin and Jimi Hendrix.
No data is shared unless you engage with this feature. Please try again later. What did Dorothy accomlish? And then she tried rock music, soothing music, steel drum, North Indian classical music, Bach organ music, and so on. Shannon added it Jul 29, She found out that if plants like the music, they will grow toward the speaker and grow healthier and more beautiful.
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Retallack did various experiments in order to find out the effect of what happens if you play plants music.
Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. I wonder if Retallack’s research has since been recreated in a more scientific way. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics.
I ask the reader to be aware dorotht the existence of a division between the scientific description and the philosophic discussion.
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Even though the scientific community would classify her experiments differently than cold hard science, there are correlations in her work that cannot be ignored. She first found out the best way to play music is play it three hours per day. Jesse Hirschmann rated it really liked it Aug 13, Has anyone tried this experiment, and if so did it work? Neutral Music Certain music was recorded by Retallack as not having either a positive or negative effect when used to help plants grow.
Country and Western music was one such style that fitted into this category. It’s worse than pseudoscience and the author herself reminds us at least half a dozen times that she is a musician, not a scientist.