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- Title: Study of Man: Lecture III
- say: in this case, minerals, plants and animals would be on the earth,
- scientist's answer would be that minerals, plants and animals would
- dissolved. Plants, also, which would long ago have ceased to grow are
- do animals or plants. And the substances given over to the earth in
- Title: Study of Man: Lecture XII
- carbon in breathing. Plants would arise in man if he retained carbon.
- Illnesses caused through plant nature asserting itself, Plants are
- Our physical body is related to the beings of the minerals, plants and
- of the plants, but in a very special way.
- world arises by building itself up from carbon which plants in their
- corresponds to the human process of breathing. The plants also breathe
- say that plants can really breathe shows a superficial observation,
- it. The process of breathing in plants is different from the
- corresponds in the plants to the reverse process, that of
- it is not true plants that grow, for after all the human interior is
- other occasions) do the plants represent pictures of his development
- up to adolescence, but in the plants around him, especially in so far
- as these plants are fruit bearing, he can see the pictures of his
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