6 ways mushrooms can save the world | Paul Stamets




6 ways mushrooms can save the world | Paul Stamets




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6 ways mushrooms can save the world | Paul Stamets brilliant talk
Mycology, you cool.
I love his hat!
From back when TED talks were worth watching, before they became ran by SJW types, that won't have real talks on now.
Amazing, mind blown... mushroom loving fairy girl indebted to you always.
How to Change Your Mind brought me here!! Who else?
Click on this website https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XI5frPV58tY&t=503s and then click on these section 8:03 to 9:57 Food production using mushrooms to convert oil into food has been proven to be economically viable and commercially profitable. However, I prefer to add a layer of azomite sand and/or graded and fine aggregate azomite gravel at the bottom of the pile and a second layer incorporated at the top. To demonstrate to effectiveness of the microwaves radiated by trace elements, Dr. Hansen took a bag of Azomite and spread it on the ground around an orange tree with mature fruit ready to be plucked. “The tree”, he explained, “was full of heavy metals: zinc, lead, mercury, and insecticides. Within four minutes after the Azomite was spread, there was not an orange or leaf on that tree that wasn’t free of the harmful effects of the heavy metals, DDT, and other chemicals”.

So amazed was he by these results he repeated the experiment several times. His explanation is as simple as it is amazing: “Microwaves from the trace elements in the Azomite catalyze the heavy metals into harmless compounds, which the plant or tree can then use or automatically return to the soil”.

One of the keenest supporters of Rollin’s Azomite is a Veterinary Doctor, C.S. Hansen, who attributes the extraordinary powers of trace elements to the microwaves they radiate. He maintains that insects have an innate intelligence that respects a vigorous growing plant, capable of producing seed for reproduction, and will somehow have the sense to avoid it. He said that when the natural trace-element material, such as Azomite, with the proper microwaves present, is supplied to a growing plant he has failed to find any insects present. Insects avoid such treated plants. But when a plant is not of vigorous growth, and capable of carrying on as a perfect species, nature gives insects the job of cleaning it up.

“Anything that becomes inferior in quality,” says Dr. Hansen, “Becomes food for insects, so that only the healthy plants capable of developing seed for reproduction are left to mature. Imperfection in life has a way of being destroyed if left to the devices of nature. Food products from a deficient soil should never be used for human or animal consumption, and they should never be used for reproduction again as feed”.

To demonstrate to effectiveness of the microwaves radiated by trace elements, Dr. Hansen took a bag of Azomite and spread it on the ground around an orange tree with mature fruit ready to be plucked. “The tree”, he explained, “was full of heavy metals: zinc, lead, mercury, and insecticides. Within four minutes after the Azomite was spread, there was not an orange or leaf on that tree that wasn’t free of the harmful effects of the heavy metals, DDT, and other chemicals”.

So amazed was he by these results he repeated the experiment several times. His explanation is as simple as it is amazing: “Microwaves from the trace elements in the Azomite catalyze the heavy metals into harmless compounds, which the plant or tree can then use or automatically return to the soil”.

Hansen says the effects of different forms of radiant energy on colloids and protoplasm are being extensively studied, and that it is known that different wavelengths and frequencies may produce structural effects on colloids and organisms: ultraviolet rays can slow down or stop the streaming of protoplasm, causing increased viscosity or coagulation.

Rollin sat back and sighed, partly pleased about getting his points across, and partly in despair about the world. “We have ganged up on nature by taking the attitude that insects are invading our fields and destroying our crops. So we kill the bugs, thinking it correct. Instead we are killing ourselves. But the bugs are only destroying our crops because we are not feeding the crops their proper food. We are not giving the plants the natural trace elements which give them the access to the benefit of the microwaves of creation”.

What he meant by the microwaves of creation was not to become clear to us until we met later with a brilliant ornithologist turned entomologist. But first we had to deal with an eminent biologist.......
This is so interesting after watching steven pinker's talk about how things have gotten so much better for humans. For humans only. For how long? I dont know I am still trying to figure out the more accurate ways of interpreting life.
Can anybody tell me why Psilocybin mushrooms 🍄 would affect a paralyzed person‘s legs? I’ve been experimenting with micro-doseing and have found that every time I take them my legs constantly move and spasm for 6 to 8 hours. And I mean they move so much that they will shake themselves off of my foot rest! I’ve done it 24 or 25 times and without fail every time it makes my legs go crazy. My legs DO NOT spasm any other time. Can anybody explain this to me? I really would love some input. I’ve also regained my bladder control and bowel movement since my micro dosing experiment started!! It’s so amazing!! I just want to shout it from the mtn tops and tell everybody!!
Give this man funding.
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It's not altogether impossible that Stammets be fully aware that his tech- can help transform brown-coal, lignite, that is being phased out of viability as combustion fuel. Re-deploying this material as bulk carbon that is slow-release into soil. A van-guarde gateway co-adjuvant, it sounds like funghi may possess the capacity to break-down tannin, lignin and such like organica. The need to reverse the trend for earth-surface albedo and down-regulate reflectance whereas absorbance is directed by way of innoculating a sequence of keystone species. I'd really like to know if a Roo can pick macadamia or hazelnuts for a treat. Arranging organic tissue that can be gleamed for commoditization.

Into the human biotechnological toolbox more specifically, for ground temperature abatement, mycelia broker ion transfer in civil-infrastructure grade rootstock containments supporting Strangler Fig tensile-trellis combinations (in the Top End of Australia, says I); elsewise, salt-segregation from seaewed compost may exist in such like creatures). It's alive! Hey, do male kangaroos have pouches too?
This gives me hope. Also, let's get pesticides out of our food supply.
Could these be in some way a solutoin to fukashima im no scientist i never graduated highschool but i am consumed in mycology and botany and i belueve there is solutoin to all the issues present today ive been using greenbriar bulbous in several studies of ny own
Yeah how about we save the earth by not allowing companies to poison it with all the chemicals, plastic, dyes, and the list goes on!!
We should all wake up and realize that we are poisoning our earth from all the garbage we make and throw away!!! Greedy humans are polluting our earth!!! :::((( you don't need to eat mushrooms to figure that out!!! ::))
Time 8:10 Battelle lab experiment of mushrooms on petroleum waste oil in Bellingham Washington. One question, is it repeatable? Okay, two, where can the research results be found?
This is my most shared Ted talk. I think this guy just needs a little help to save the planet.
Sharing on Social Media. People gotta know!
My god this man is incredible in this work for the world
He pronounced fungai wrong within the first minute of speaking. How can I take him seriously now? Lol