Charles Bonnet lent his name to Bonnet's Syndrome, a disease that produces hallucinations in otherwise healthy people. Bonnet was an interesting character. A French naturalist and philosopher in the 18th century, Bonnet studies plants (demonstrating oxygen production during photosynthesis), insects (discovering parthenogensis -- virgin birth! -- in aphids), and working in a variety of other areas biological, medical and spiritual.
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