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Paul Stamets Opisthokonta Tribe My Blogspot: My Matrix Solutions Affiliate link: My Zeolite Affiliate link: Winning With Code Pleading Interview w/ David Williams: The Right of Self-Determination is about Self-governing. The Artificial Womb- From the time a person leaves its mother's womb, its every effort is directed towards building, maintaining, and withdrawing into artificial wombs, various sorts of substitute protective devices or shells. The objective of these artificial wombs is to provide a stable environment for both stable and unstable activity; to provide a shelter for the evolutionary processes of growth and maturity - i.e., survival; to provide security for freedom and to provide defensive protection for offensive activity. This is equally true of both the general public and the elite. The Political Structure of a Nation - Dependency

Radical Mycology Mycoremediation Mycoremediation is a form of bioremediation, the process of using fungi to degrade or sequester contaminants in the environment. Stimulating microbial and enzyme activity, mycelium reduces toxins in-situ. Some fungi are hyperaccumulators, capable of absorbing and concentrating heavy metals in the mushroom fruit bodies. There are many factors that affect the rate and ability for mushrooms to break down toxins, the first of which is the physical nature of the hydrocarbons. Generally, contaminants that are molecularly simpler are easier to break down than more complicated ones. In an experiment conducted in conjunction with Dr. In 2007 a similar method was used in San Francisco. Mycofiltration is a similar process, using fungal mycelia to filter toxic waste and microorganisms from water in soil. According to Paul Stamets, the future of mycoremediation lies in Mycological Response Teams. See also[edit] Restoration ecology References[edit] Jump up ^ Stamets, Paul. undated. External links[edit]

Radical Mycology Convergence 2012 Mycoremediation | Perma Dub Dream Mycoremediation in Action! What is mycoremediation? Mycoremediation is the use of various species of fungus as a technique to clean toxins and excess nutrients out of an environment. Some common mushroom species that can be used include but are not limited to Pleurotous ostreatus, Stropharia rugosoannulata, Trametes versicolor, Sulfur tufts, Psylocybe family members and more. Environments that can be remediated include fields, roadsides, ditches, mainly terrestrial environments (but check out P. How we got started: I think Shay and Amandine had wanted to do a mycoremediation project and were on the look out for a place where they would be able to, Pat Rassmussen was also helping them, organizing presentations to educate people and hopefully find a polluted site that needed some mycoremediation. About the site The site we found is located in Washington State, about 30 miles from Mt. Sooooo….that’s where we came in! Photo of the old dairy farm. Photo of the pond from below. How we did it