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6 ways mushrooms can save the world

This is a an off-topic video, but I thought it was really cool and thought it might resonate with people in this group. (sorry for off topic.. please comment.. on that issue too)

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Comment by J____ on May 15, 2008 at 2:23pm
I love Paul Stamets and Terrance McKenna too. Great video. If you are are reading this comment and debating if you should see this video, Please watch the video. The video has to do with breaking down of waste and turning toxic or useless things, into something valuable and very cheap to make, since the machine is basically the organism.
Comment by T. Daniel Herrington on May 19, 2008 at 12:30pm
Well done Steven. I didn't figure anyone knew much of Mr. Stamets works. He has a great deal of written material out there as well. Thankfully other's like yourself are wise enough to view material on TED.org.
Great to see. Well done. Great post.
For my part, I am in the process right now of contrasting Vermi to Fungal composting and seeing the difference...should prove interesting.
Comment by Cassandra on December 10, 2008 at 8:12am
That was a very informative video. It's things like this that are kept from the general public and that they/we need to know about. If only for the pesticides alone! Then there's the fact that these organisms are so much like us and can help save our health! Wow. I'll be checking out his site.
Comment by Carl on December 10, 2008 at 10:46am
Has anyone used any of his products?

Cassandra, you believe this sort of thing is purposely withheld from the public somehow?
Comment by Steven Chow on December 10, 2008 at 10:50am
I haven't used any of his products, but did get a chance to see him at the Green Festival i SF a couple weeks ago.

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