We have been researching plants in very interesting ways. The most unique system is by conducting upside down plant experiments. The upside down plant project is just a small part of our much larger Multiple Angular Plant Growth (TM) research system. The unique project represents the ability to grow plants sideways, upside down, and 45 degrees (either up or down.)
As far as we know this type of multiple angular project has never been attempted before and it just might be the first. We named this new science "Gomeztropism". The meaning of Gomeztropism, strait to the point, is "tropistics" from that of natural gravity and or simulated gravity energies. We research organism orientations towards or away from stimulus that is either simulated or not. The Gomeztropism science stands on its own not only from the gravity simulation possibilities, but also because its category covers other topics under one roof. For example: we research tropism, geotropism (organism orientations of growth or movement with respect to the force of gravity), gravitropism (a growth movement or turning of growth by a plant or fungi in response to gravity). We also research the above types of science with the exception that we also include simulated gravity as well as under water organism stimuli reactions. In simple terms, the Gomeztropism project produces a deeper understanding of the science of general developing stages of many types of land and water living organism when confronting stimuli caused by either simulated or natural gravity. This unique project has revealed several different types of potential discoveries but one of the most important is the ability on how to simulate a zero gravity plant growth environment here on earth. In other words, the Gomeztropism system revealed the potential possibility on how to conduct plant growth experiments equal to that of a zero gravity environment.
The discovery of the zero gravity simulation capsule was of great news because it would also represented that, just as NASA is making the potential claims of outer space plant growth, we too might also have the possibility to produce better or improved medicines, fruits, vegetables, rubbers, plastics, better gravity cell development understanding, too many to mention.
We are revealing an experimental time lapse video clip of a garden bean seed developing within our zero gravity simulation capsule or compartment. We feel that the video clips clearly reveal some of the seed development struggles associated within a gravity-less environment. The link to the experiment is posted at the end of this information.
The big discovery that led us to the zero gravity simulation experiments is based on the understanding of how gravity guides the path of plants as to which way to grow regardless of light source. Some discoveries suggest that if you were to alter the affects of gravity by growing plants in different angles, a high percentage of them would either die, or the very few that would grow, they would grow in ways that they were not designed. Other plant growth experiments revealed "suspended plant growth animation" - meaning that the plants would not grow, nor did they not died for very long periods of time.