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Comment by Randy Eady on March 6, 2024 at 9:41am
A process known as optquency refines how plants "know" and grow and maintain a healthy awareness of their orientation toward light (known as phototropism) as they continually reinforce their cell walls (bones) w/tiny air channels inside the plant’s cells that enhance the process by focusing scattered light. 
This helps in the resilience of the plant wall to maintain good health throughout their lifespan and is also exemplified in how, for instance, the massive beak of a toucan can almost make this bird look like it should topple forward. Yet, in actuality the beak is super lightweight, yet incredibly sturdy -- having the same structure as the plant. Which is also found in the crystalline mineral process of bone formation.   

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