Ep.53 Plant Electromagnetic Output As Music - Tom Wall (Cosmic Knot)


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Tom Wall is a guitarist in a band that plays music with plants called Cosmic Knot. They use a device that translates a plant's electromagnetic output using a node each in the root zone and clipped onto a leaf. In this episode, Tom explains how he plays music with plants, and how they play back to him which is the closest thing I've ever seen to two-way communication with plants.
Tom has been generous enough to share two pieces of music with us in the episode. The first one plays at 0:48:33 and the second song plays as our outro for the episode at 1:10:21.
Check out the Cosmic Knot website: https://www.cosmicknotmusic.com/
Go to the Cosmic Knot YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2MSmEgoxv4b00yAhHd2HGg
Here's the first video I saw of musical plant communication at Sherwood Forest: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVrjJX96h4A
Check out this interview with Dr Emoto about his water experiments: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OUCvSBArn-U
We are not affiliated in any way, but you can learn more about and purchase the musical device here: https://www.musicoftheplants.com/

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