Could such a different neurology really evolve purely by natural selection acting on random mutations?
Some plant biologists want to see them that way; others continue to insist on a Darwinian view.
Cells are intelligent, in a way. But that fact is a much better argument for intelligent design than for the idea that the human intellect is insignificant.
Obviously, these experiences point to something that is irrelevant to claims about evolution.
They are certainly not the answer to declining attendance and involvement that some have hoped they would be.