why did klausner take the machine to the park the next day? what happened to the machine?

why did klausner take the machine to the park the next day? what happened to the machine?

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    Klausner took the sound machine to the park to test his hypothesis whether plants can express emotions in their own way or not.

    He put the earphones on his head and switched on the machine. He listened for a moment to the faint familiar humming sound; then he picked up the axe, took a stance with his legs wide apart and swung the axe as hard as he could at the base of the tree trunk. The blade cut deep into the wood and stuck there and at the instant impact he heard a most extraordinary noise in the earphones. It was a new noise, unlike any he had heard- a harsh, noteless, enormous noise, a growling, low pitched, screaming sound, not quick and short like the noise of the roses. He tried his experiment there and came to the conclusion that his hypothesis might be true.

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