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deciduous trees and leaves - the glory of autumn colours
« on: November 04, 2010, 06:48:54 »
deciduous trees and leaves - the glory of autumn colours


autumn leaves and deciduos trees colours in england


autumn is famous for its colourful display - colourful trees/leaves/fruits/berries. their is a boring chemical reason why deciduous trees/leaves start to turn fantastic glowing reds/yellows/oranges but what is happening in an electric universe for this to occur or for it to need to happen?



deciduous leaves - autumn bright colours


red/purple appears to be the colour of of energy/activity/exchange in nature - the active parts of many plants are red or purple - the roots or growths or stems or one side of a leaf.

so what exchange is happening with autumn plants and deciduous trees? or is it just a natural thing with no exchange of energy or need for it to happen?



and its all yellow - autumn leafs


why do some trees/leafs turn fantastic bright yellows or red or do they all go through the same color changes during autmn? are some deciduous trees all yellow?


leaves - autumn colours or fall colors


would deciduous trees and leaves change the same colours if they were in a different lattitude/country? would the chemicals/energy/exchange (morphic field) in a different country cause the same dna trees to be different colours?




autumn fruits/berries in england


why do berries have different colours even if they are a similar species? why similar plants have different colour leaves or flowers anyway?

is it all to do with the exchange of energy between the various parts of the earth and the sun and solar system and then the electric universe?
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windfall apples england - sign of the times?
« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2010, 15:59:47 »

windfall apples england - sign of the times?


urban windfall apples trees


are these photos of windfall apples in england a sign of the times? is it only in "modern"/civilised/commercialised countries that apples in the urban environment go to waste? or is it just a sign of an affluent area where everyone is rich?


not enough chemicals or plastic wrapping?


if these same windfall apples were wrapped in plastic, people knew they had been covered with lots of chemical and pesticides, then put on display and you had to buy them would they then pick them off the shelf and eat them?


wasted apples and apple trees in englands towns - affluent/wealthy england?


i know people who wont eat wild fruit like berries/apples in the countryside or fields because they may be dirty, they are not clean like those from farms and in the supermarkets. some have even said that if they are in a field near a road that the petrol fumes will pollute them. yet they seem to ignore that those in shops have been sprayed with pesticides containing only god knows what.

is it all a sad sign of the times? or is it a good sign of the times?

a good sign of the times that england or at least middle class urban england is so wealthy that they dont need to worry about picking up windfall apples or picking them from the trees? that they can leave them there to make a colourfull display? like leaving the fruits on the trees in Farm Town on facebook - it makes the scenery that much prettier and more colourful





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England, Their England
« Reply #2 on: November 04, 2010, 16:56:36 »

England, Their England


the england of "England, Their England" fame (a great book by A. G. Macdonell) is being quickly destroyed and the modern countryside looks very different to how it use to look. power pylons getting everywhere, hedgerows removed ...


England, Their England - spoilt countryside by power pylons



England, Their England by A. G. Macdonell



England, Their England - destroyed and removed hedgerows



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