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Michael C. (M, 50)
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    Mushrooms can save the world
    Project: What happened to nature?


    Paul Stamets, American mycologist & author, is a passionate believer that mushrooms/funghi, can indeed save the world. One such brilliant way he has demonstrated this is through Mycoremediation, which is a form of bioremediation that can turn soil which has been contaminated by oil, into an "oasis... teeming with life", in a matter of weeks.

    This is yet another example that Nature already contains the most elegant processes & techniques for us to learn from. Aiding in our more complete & natural integration with Gaia. It's all there for us... and thankfully people like Paul are looking with insatiable curiousity.

    Watch as Paul demonstrates Mycoremediation:



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    folkert     Wed, May 23, 2007  Permanent link
    Janine Benyus — "Nature runs on sunlight, uses only the energy it needs, fits form to function, recycles everything, rewards cooperation, banks on diversity, demands local expertise, curbs excesses from within, taps the power of limits."
    Counterform     Fri, May 25, 2007  Permanent link
    Beautiful... love that quote... really expresses a whole new ethos for being.
    kizilbiyik     Wed, Jul 30, 2008  Permanent link
    Here is a talk he gave at the TED conference titled "6 ways mushrooms can save the world"

    folkert     Thu, Aug 14, 2008  Permanent link
    Some amazing timelapses of mushrooms growing:



     
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