We are dedicated to the study and understanding of non-human biological language and communication. From the smallest microbes to the great Sequoia (Sequoia sempervirens) trees, our goal is to understand what the many different beings in Earth's physical environment are communicating.
We study the acoustic, electromagnetic, photonic, kinetic and chemical messaging of living entities and their cognition of information in various forms. We endeavor to include a post materialistic perspective.
We will be launching a peer-reviewed journal, news feed and research database.
Membership will soon be open to researchers, academics, students and others.Pre-Register