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Black Sabbath Helps Plants Grow

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A recent study shows that plants that listen to metal music are more likely to grow bigger and stronger. While plants subjected to crappy music will die.

According to the dailymail in the United Kingdom

TV gardener Chris Beardshaw tells told Radio 4′s Gardeners’ Question Time that a constant diet of Black Sabbath worked wonders – but plants exposed to Cliff Richard songs all died.
Panellist Beardshaw, who has also been a familiar face on BBC2’s Gardener’s World over the years, said using rock music as a nutrient appeared to create larger flowers.

 

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