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Why do trees grow only so tall?

Conventional theory says that the genetics of the plant determines the size a plant will grow. I have found through my personal research that there is a far more fundamental force at work here. There is a flow of energy toward the center of the earth that we perceive as gravity; it has many subcomponents of energy that effect plant growth.

My theory states that a plant’s height is determined by the resonate speed of the plant derived from the total area of a single leaf. It is comparative to a simple resonate electrical circuit which consists of two conductive surfaces connected by a conductor. The total area of the conductive surface determines how fast it "fills up" and drains its charge and that "sets" its operating frequency. In the circuit the leaf is one conductive surface or antenna. All the stems, branches, trunk, and roots are the conductor and earth is the other conductive surface.

As the energy bounces back and forth (charging and discharging) into the leaves and back to ground the charge moves the nutrients and water up the tree, not just osmosis which only works at the cellular level. This would explain how the tree actually pushes water and nutrients up the tree in the first place such a distance vertically.

As I investigated further I found it strange that as a leaf on the tree got smaller (higher frequency) its growth became more vertical (I.E. evergreens). A large leaf tree (lower frequency) grows outward off the centreline of its trunk in a spreading fashion (I.E. maples for example).

Once it was established in my mind how energy moved through the structure of the tree it became clear why they only grow so high. The area of a single leaf determines what frequency that plant feeds on. Based on this I found that Douglas fir trees (evergreen) grow straight up, not toward the sun but straight vertical toward space. Then it dawned on me with the needles so small the operating frequency is very high. High frequencies do not “bend” easily and tend to run in straight lines so the tree follows the energy path straight up. But then it runs into a height ceiling of frequencies it can feed on so it dies back to that point and gets no taller. Another interesting point is the branch placement on the trunk of the tree; they are evenly spaced up the trunk like they had been machine made. I established that these areas on the trunk were the best points of absorption for the energy the trees feed on.

The truly interesting part is when there are a large number of young Douglas fir trees on a hillside and the branches are all at the same level on all the individual trees regardless of where it was located on the hillside. This points up where the center point of the energy flow that the trees are feeding on is at. the center of the earth, and the branch output of the trees are where the energy would have the strongest potential or what’s known as a nodal points of the wave (maximum point of energy available in the wavelength) in radio terms.

Then on the other end of the scale you have a maple tree where the leaves are large in area, operate at a lower frequency which can bend off center so the tree spreads to all available directions. This is why when a maple is bare in winter it tends to look like an upside down lightening bolt for they too follow the path of least resistance. But here again the tree can only grow to the point where there is resonate energy to feed on then stops growing vertically and grows outward.

In winter the lower frequencies are reduced so the deciduous trees drop their leaves and wait for the return of right frequencies (which occur along with warmer weather) to feed on and grow a new set of leaves (antennas) to restart the growth process. Where the high frequencies that the evergreen feed upon are still present in winter so they tend to retain their leaves.

This would also explain why some plants will not grow in some places. It’s due to there not being enough energy at the right wavelength present at that point on the earth, along with other factors such as temperature, moisture content and nutrient availability. Even when these criteria are met some plants will die anyway regardless of how they are taken care of and only grow in one place on the earth.

Based on this information it has become apparent that the trees do effect the weather to a point for the more branches a tree has the greater amount of energy the surface of the earth can accumulate for a given area which can change the net energy in the atmosphere above it, affecting weather including air and moisture flow patterns.

Questions are invited,
Dan

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