Science Experiment Feeds Plants With Spoken Tweets
We know that a plant needs water and sunlight, but what happens when its life also depends on Twitter?
One of the biggest scientific questions is finally being answered: does talking to plants help them grow better and healthier?
“Talk To A Plant” is a social experiment created by the Denver Museum of Nature and Science and advertising agency Carmichael Lynch to examine a plant’s responsiveness to human speech. Tweets are processed through a tweet-to-speech technology developed by Carmichael Lynch, and read aloud to one of the plant variables, while the controlled variable is left in silence. The experiment invites Twitter users to take part in busting open the decades old myth.
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