Blueberries for Sal by Robert McCloskey

By Robert McCloskey

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Experimental proof of this is easy to produce, as the photographs in Figs. 7a, 7b & 7c show. The sinking of the groundwater table is above all a result of metabolic disturbances in the groundwater. Consistent with this phenomenon is disturbance in the circulation of blood in our bodies and the movement of sap in plants. 132). This was designed to show the dynamics of true springs, the diurnal fluctuation in the height of the groundwater table and of sap in trees - Ed. A small and unassuming experiment reveals a great law.

This is where the centrally-transported, fertilising substances are concentrated, because they do not react to centripetence (see fig. 6). It is thus equally clear why female, fecund elements are able to ensnare male seminal elements and ultimately consume them entirely. In which case everything around begins to flourish and burst into blossom. Conversely, the fertility of the soil sinks all the more when, due to an unnatural form of flow, the straightened water, now no longer able to do its normal physical exercises, is mercilessly killed off.

Moreover it reveals many things to us about the sec ret of Life and its coming into being, which can only be achieved through contrasting conditions of heat and cold.

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