Since the advent of Darwin, we have generally
thought of trees as striving, isolated entities competing for
water, nutrients and sunlight with the victor obliterating
the losers. Many humans, especially those in the timber
industry, view forests as wood - producing systems. At
present, there is an emerging body of qualified scientific
evidence that challenges the above idea. They provide proof
that trees belonging to the same species are communal and
frequently form alliances with other species.
Forest trees have evolved to thrive in cooperative,
interdependent relationships maintained by
communication and a collective intelligence similar to an a
colony of ants .We are fascinated by the arboreal splendor
above the soil but the action, communicative whispers ,
which pertain to a language conveyed by networks
resembling neural connections all occur below the soil.
This paper investigates the process of entanglement in
plants, as random light is transformed into entangled
photons through Chaos and emerging Complexity and
order. The role of entanglement in the production of
electrical signals through the roots and fungal mycorrhizae
for communication is analyzed. Furthermore, Chaos and
order is investigated in the communication process which
may produce a certain language for communication .