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An unexplained scientific mystery and a symbol of how in many matters nature mocks the emptiness and arrogance of today's scientists - that is, a lone "baobab" from the Malaysian island of Penang. It is a "living proof" that the "official atheistic science" to date disseminates a lot of nonsense on a significant number of topics it researches. (For another example of this "living evidence" see Part #I, d.h. #I1. bis #I7., meiner Webseite St. A. Bobola - where I indicated the material proving that God created more than just one set of chemical elements described by the "Periodic Table of Elements", out of the number of which the official atheistic science recognizes only the most primitive one about which we learn in schools and universities). The point is that the above baobab meets all the requirements - which, according to the "official atheistic science", must be met in order for the baobab to produce fruit and reproduce. But in spite of this, this baobab neither produces fruit, nor reproduces (although it blooms almost constantly). This in turn means that baobabs still hide many mysteries and supernatural attributes, the actual explanation of which must wait until the humanity first officially establishes the new "totaliztic science" (i.e. the science which is NOT afraid of explaining mysteries) - as described in item #C1. auf der Webseite Telekinetics.
Picture the entire tree of this baobab tree. Notice the memorial plaque visible as it extends above the fence enclosing it on the left side of the photo. In July 2011, this plaque stated, and I quote: "This tree, native to Abyssinia, was planted in 1871 by Captain Speedy, a soldier of fortune. Baobabs are low-growing trees with white bell-shaped flowers. The fruits are hairy, cartophyllous at about 30 cm. It can live up to 2,000 years. The bottle-shaped trunks become hollow as the tree ages, some can store up to 5,000 liters of water. Native Africans used them as storage chambers. Many African chiefs were buried in the hollows of such trees. Baobab trees are rich in pulp suitable for use in the paper industry. " (In the original English: "This tree, a native of Abyssinia, was planted in 1871 by Captain Speedy, a soldier of fortune. Baobabs are low spreading trees, flowers pendulous and white. Fruits hairy, oblong of about 30 cm. It can live up to 2,000 years. The fat bottle-shaped trunks become hollow as the trees age, some can hold as much as 5,000 liters of water. The natives of Africa used them as storage chambers. Many African chiefs were burried in the hollowed trunks of such trees. Baobab trees are rich in pulp suitable for use in paper industry.") Notice that, as is usually the case with official information, in July 2011 the board stated the obvious and almost known to everyone, while it was silent on what is most important about this baobab tree.
A flower (about 20 cm long) photographed on July 27, 2011 on the baobab described here from the Malaysian island of Penang. The presence of this flower proves that if baobabs were actually pollinated at night by "fruit bats" - as naively claimed by the "atheistic orthodox science" to date, then this lone baobab tree from the island of Penang would have fruit and would NOT have existed without its descendants in Malaysia for a long time. Unfortunately, as usual, orthodox scientists are "spouting nonsense" on this subject, and as usual it will probably take only rational research by the new "totaliztic science" to explain how baobabs really reproduce.
I should add here that since there will most likely always be obstacles to officially planting another baobab tree in Penang, and since the seeds of these trees can be easily ordered by anyone over the Internet (see https://www.google.com/search?q=baobab+seeds), and since the seeds of this tree are very nutritious and tasty - meaning perfectly useful for the coming times of disasters and famine, perhaps it would be a good idea for someone local to spend their private dollars and plant a few more baobabs near this Penang loner.