Thursday, August 18, 2011

Language and trees

If you have something want to learn about trees, you have a tree
Actually, we should know the nature of trees, because we like them.

Our language reflects it:
We stems off of something.
We seek our roots.
Small trees grow.
Old trees should not transplant.
Tall trees catch much wind.
Tree change.
Overwhelmed by the show.
We speak of the pedigree and the heir.
The apple never falls far from the tribe.
That makes no sense.
On a bat bite.
He is like a leaf on a tree.
Wood to the forest bear.
A guy like a tree.
A tree that is transplanted constantly, seldom thrives.
At the fruit tree is known.
A tree is not the first blow.
There are more cases trees.
The cat from the tree look.
Thick planks of wood they cut.
Something on his own doing.
Not afraid to mouth.
Send someone into the woods.

Our relationship with trees
Our body shows resemblance to a tree: he has a house just like us: bark, head, and hair roots. He has a form. His senses and sensitivity are hidden in the trunk. We have a tree as the vertical axis (head to foot) and a horizontal axis (shoulders, arms and hands). Our fingers grow as branches from a trunk. They come from the wrist. The human circulatory system similar to the sapstroomsysteem of a tree. Wherever it comes to metabolism, our body turns up in the principle of the branching. When we glands or nerve cells under the microscope, we can discover their tree and marvel. In the small brains are called ganglia cells that resemble trees. Also in the airways of man is a recognizable tree.
We are also associated with trees through our veins. They take our stale air and give us oxygen in return we need to live.
Trees are incredibly generous. They feed us, provide wood for our heating and all kinds of objects to give us healing and consolation, and the scent of their flowers. We obtain from the rotting leaves and humus compost for our gardens in the forest.
Trees are important organs in the biosphere. They provide good soil and water management, air power and a balanced equilibrium of the magnetic field of the earth.
When we cut our forests, its soil erosion, landslides, magnetic disturbances, weather and climate change the result.
In the urban trees improve the environment by binding dust, noise and shadow to stop it.

Trees also provide a home for thousands of animal - and plant species many of which have not even discovered. In a tree in the rainforest, the researcher Terry Erwin beetle 650 beetle species found.
ivy-covered tree

What is the value of a tree?
A one hundred years old the process on a sunny day, the average carbon concentration of 2 ½ houses, a deciduous tree 20 m high producing 370 liters of oxygen per hour.
It contains some 2,500 kilograms of pure carbon and has over 18 million cubic meters of his life processes. He has 9,100 kg of CO2 and H2O 3700 liters photochemically converted approximately 23 million kg and 6600 kg of calories stored oxygen to humans and animals available. In addition, this tree at least 2,500 tons of water from roots to put his crown - against gravity - and evaporates into the atmosphere and an array of heat-related.

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