When I saw the movie "Avatar," I was under the impression that the whole "trees are networked and complex like a human brain" thing was just a symbol for the importance of the natural world. According to Professor Suzanne Simard at the University of British Columbia, there actually are some form of "mother trees," and they can communicate with each other. This is starting to freak me out.
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