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    • #171824
      Anonymous
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      What’s the deal with Mushrooms? Why is it almost impossible for some to be grown on a massive scale? I took a fungi class in College, and the teacher gave a story about some guy that figured out how to farm morels, but was murdered. Is there something (they) aren’t telling us about them?

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-4FgdD7SOY

    • #171825
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >Why is it almost impossible for some to be grown on a massive scale
      The mushroom can think for itself. If it wants to grow, it will.

      • #171960
        Anonymous
        Guest

        And the magic mushrooms can influence your thinking. That’s why hippies always recommend people to do it afterwards, the mushrooms are in control

        • #171987
          Anonymous
          Guest

          This is true, whenever I have taken psilocybin or LSD, while on it it felt like I was being made to think that my goal should be to get as many people to take what I had taken as possible, granted they did amazing things for my depression, but even when it was a bad trip I had these intense thoughts that this is what I needed to do.

      • #171961
        Robotron
        Guest

        Woke af

      • #172005
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Sigma

      • #172011
        Anonymous
        Guest

        literally this
        mushrooms are basically animals

    • #171826
      Anonymous
      Guest

      they want us to eat the bugs, that will slowly create a symbiosis with humans, creating zombie like creatures
      it will work just like the ant wasp, but we will answer fully to the "nobles", creating a hive-mind of lower class slaves to serve the elite

      growing mushroom on mass scale would foil such plan, because they could easily replace the bug diet

      • #171830
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Macronutrients in mushrooms are rather slim, I don’t think mushrooms are economically/logistically viable as a staple food unless they underwent some modification maybe?

        • #171855
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >t. Parasite posessed butt demon shill

          • #171957
            Anonymous
            Guest

            hush, demon

        • #171928
          Anonymous
          Guest

          gtfo with your gmo bullshit you shitfucker

          […]

          yeah probably any food that can be grown on a mass scale is a threat to the elite as it creates our freedom like free energy and stuff

        • #171993
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Mushrooms are literally the most highly nutritional food and could feed a family like 85-90% out of a room the size of a closet. Gmo is not what you think it is, you should research the topic yourself and understand it’s natural limitations.

        • #171999
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Genetics are not for you to mess with.

    • #171827
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Here’s another mushroom pill: the same species can look COMPLETELY unrecognizable depending on whether or not it’s cultivated. These are both Enoki mushrooms, but if you saw them on a shelf, you couldn’t even recognize them as the same species. What the shit?

      • #171829
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I’m guessing it’s because they grow the fastest in the beginning and are always fully edible, so they cut them after a few days.

      • #171834
        Anonymous
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        • #171839
          Anonymous
          Guest

          What else do they have in common? They all contain a derivative of hydrazine; agaritine. They shouldn’t be eaten raw. Cooking burns off the agaritine

          • #171929
            Anonymous
            Guest

            It’s a mycotoxin, but the carcinogenic effects recorded are so low that if anyone lives in a city, they are more likely to develop cancer from the pollution in the air than eating mushrooms every day for their entire life. I’ll keep eating raw mushrooms, and you can enjoy being sad.

            • #171994
              Anonymous
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              Big mushroom has entered the chat

      • #171864
        Anonymous
        Guest

        largely dependent on how much fresh air they get, I believe for cultivated inoki they keep them in high co2 environments to get them to grow like strands.

        similar effect in king oyster farmed vs wild

      • #171875
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Plants can act this way also, growing outside in the elements causes many changes in physiology, vs an enclosed growing space. Your example is quite extreme I’ll admit. The orange ones look better imo.

      • #171883
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Can you eat those?

        • #171912
          Anonymous
          Guest

          yes, they are a prized food mushroom

      • #171936
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Environment matters.
        Fungus, plants, animals and even humans can grow very differently depending on environment, including but not limited to nutrition.

        • #171972
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Yup. Just look at asians

      • #171955
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Somalians and Japanese people are the same species. They don’t really look alike.

    • #171828
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Mushrooms (or rather mycelium) aren’t hard to grow, but the fruiting conditions (producing the fruit) differ from species. Sometimes it’s easy, like portabello, sometimes it’s hard.
      It can be done with individual care but agribusiness doesn’t want to deal with that.

      And morel mushrooms are hellish expensive, I just saw a pound bag of them for like 300 dollars at my Chinatown

      • #171872
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Morel mushrooms are one of the best things I’ve ever eaten.

        • #171974
          Anonymous
          Guest

          That’s because the grow for 30 to 60ish days in spring in the northern hemisphere in very small numbers and not in clusters

      • #171950
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Don’t forget portabellos are carcinogens. It’s why you see them everywhere and they’re being pushed on people. If you have to eat them cook them as much as possible

        • #171953
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >portabellos are carcinogens.
          Uhhhhh… Mushroombros? I don’t feel so good….

      • #171965
        StevenKingJr
        Guest

        Woke af and (mu)shroompilled

    • #171831
      Anonymous
      Guest

      It sounds like it could just be a paranoid youtuber, but haven’t government organizations interfered with industrial agriculture in the past? Like the business with suppressing the hemp industry, and the control of drugs in general.

      The boring story would be that a booming mushroom industry would harm the existing agricultural giants.

      The cool story would be that regular consumption of allegedly ordinary, non-psychoactive mushrooms actually have a prodigious health and spiritual benefits.

      • #171962
        Robotron
        Guest

        Woke af

      • #172000
        Anonymous
        Guest

        They don’t let you collect rainwater in some places too.

    • #171832
      Anonymous
      Guest

      https://i.imgur.com/WTwy2O5.gif

      >some guy that figured out how to farm morels, but was murdered
      Do you recall his name?

    • #171833
      Anonymous
      Guest

      […]

      Yeah. More inflation and job losses. Wooooo!
      More mandatory, dangerous, vaccines causes massive mounts of people to quit their jobs. Further destroying the economy but benefiting the socialist democrat agenda.

    • #171835
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Ever since I read the japanese manga dorohedro I was convinced mushrooms are the strongest super power. Mushrooms kill parasites. Most of our food at the food store is designed around cultivating parasites. We don’t eat things raw because raw food have living bacteria growing on it, the living bacteria kill parasites. Moldy bread, fruit etc is living bacteria that are great for clearing out your gut. Think about the kosher diet, its the most parasite conducive diet in existence. The garden gnomes are the most parasitic creatures in the realm. My point is so-called germs are good when used in the correct way. Ever notice that when a banana rots a lil bit it turns brown and the brown part is usually the sweetest. Thats living bacteria. Cooking kills the living bacteria. Raw milk is ‘illegal’ in a bunch of states because its the most nutritious substance on the planet, it has living bacteria. The garden gnomes are all lactose intolerant to the point that they are likely behind the pasteurized milk nonsense. Pasteurized milk is rapidly boiled using electricity. All the beneficial aspects of the milk is killed when its pasteurized. Cheese is created from raw milk. Its called a cheese "culture". The difference between cheddar cheese, and cooper sharp cheese is the culture of the living bacteria within the cheese. Human cultures are the exact same way. Bacteria and fungi kill parasites. The FBI prolly freaking out about that guy because you can probably make some kind of drug through the use of morel mushrooms. Or because morel mushrooms is too good at killing parasites.

      • #171836
        Anonymous
        Guest

        What are the parasites?

        • #171842
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Great question. I had not thought to track down exactly what they are. I mean I know that they are organisms that live on a host to the detriment of the host, but where exactly do the organisms come from and what differentiates them from destructive bacteria. The difference between destructive bacteria(like mold) is that a parasite seems able to actually influence the hosts to maintain its existence while destructive bacteria will simply accept death when it no longer has a purpose. I don’t think they are native to our realm I suspect they were introduced by the fig tree, which is the tree of knowledge. The fig is one of the most parasitic plants and fruits in existence, to the point that even the species it parasitizes begin to use parasitic behavior (see wasps). If you think about the story of adam and eve. Eve eats the fruit which was likely a fig fruit(just look at pic related, it looks evil), after eating it negative thought spiritual essence/entities became able to influence her. Before eating the fig, Eve likely never had a negative thought in her entire life. All negative thoughts are daemons/demons see Jerry Marzinskys work with paranoid schizos in max security prisons(fasinating stuff). Negative thoughts introduced suffering into our world, suffering is the catalyst for spiritual growth because it forces us to learn and grow or be consumed by the negative though parasite. So parasites are destructive bacteria with a negative spiritual essence that can manifest as negative thoughts aka daemons/demons.

          • #171863
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >is that a parasite seems able to actually influence the hosts to maintain its existence
            i cant stress this enough
            get that edible turpentine gum spirit and do a run of it on a sugar cube every so often. i swear by this. it will reset your gastrointestinal mucous lining. your gastrointestinal tract will feel so cool and clean. i bet this would do wonders for colon cancer

            spend time in the sun. do not use sun block
            these synthetic lights and frequencies are all parasite incubators.
            get full spectrum and sungaze at dusk and dawn

            get into fasting. and imo, if you really want to go all the way, do bike sprint intervals really hard while on a multi day dry fast.
            it will feel like a war going on in your upper gut, because there is one
            and from here, you can re-establish your biome

            now we get to the fun stuff
            you all NEED to start growing your own food yesterday. figure out how you can find space to grow your own food. you can just guerilla garden if there is uninhabited land near you
            if you can’t do this, then find local farmers markets. everyone should have access to this.
            now, you want to get into fermentation.
            this will create the enzyme of any food for you to consume and will give your body the knowledge to process the food.
            this is how you can re-establish your upper and lower gut biomes with healthy gut bacteria.
            the biking i mentioned will burn off a lot of your previous biome. you can also "fast with intent" to assist destroying parasites. doing it in sunlight will help. then you can drink some ferment juice and it will establish a new healthy biome. tend to all your food and ferments with love. clear your mind while you work with them and be positive.
            you can choose to eat the fermented plant matter or just the juice, and then eat raw or cooked plant matter. your choice.
            but keep rotating with these methods. anything that gets stuck in your system becomes harmful.

            cont

          • #171921
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >The difference between destructive bacteria(like mold)
            mold isn’t a bacteria….

            • #171937
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Mold is a funghi

              VERRRY Interesting. What exactly differentiates bacteria and fungi? It seems ‘destructive bacteria’ is actually fungi in most cases. Maybe bacteria is the creative microorganism, fungi is the destructive microorgansim, parasites are kind of both. Parasites are living creatures uninterested in creativity, and uninterested in destruction, they only interested in survival and being a victim. Maybe parasites are those of us who cannot get busy living, and cannot get busy dying. This meets the criteria of every hand rubbing grabbler in the realm. They have zero propensity for creation besides ways to steal original creations to make rectangular paper squares(dollars), shiny pieces of metal(garden gnomeelry), and negative light (ssd memory storage). They are absolutely petrified of death. They exist in a sort of limbo that feeds on creativity and destruction without being directly capable of either. I think we starting to get somewhere now. Viruses are dead and are nothing like bacteria, fungi, or parasites. By dead, I mean they have no soul, they are like a leaf on the ground. Maybe fungi purpose is to clean up the dead to assimilate it back into the living, and bacteria purpose is to grow the living.

              • #171938
                Anonymous
                Guest

                >What exactly differentiates bacteria and fungi?
                Seriously?!
                One is a eukaryot and the other one is a prokaryote
                One has a second shell to protect its dna, another one doesn’t
                One has mitochondria
                The other one doesnt

                • #171942
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  What that really mean thou anon? Im realizin medicine/pharma/chemistry are just like physics. ‘They’ purposely over complicate the fuck out of things. Engineering > physics, alchemy > medicine/pharma/chemistry (talkin about real alchemy not the scrotelicious, super secret decoder ring alchemy). In the wise words of the inventor of FM radio "Physicists make up words for reality and then talk about the words." Same shit applies to medicine/pharma/chemistry.

                  The greatest computer programmer to ever live.once said "Any idiot can make something complex, a genius takes whats complex and makes it simple." Its an incredibly wise and accurate statement.

                  https://youtu.be/t3GJvMfzSZw

                  • #171943
                    Anonymous
                    Guest

                    It means that because of that second shell, programming bacteria (bio engineering) is easy, while it’s harder in eukaryotes (animals, plants, fungi)
                    The reason for biology “complexity” is that it’s hard to practice on your own.
                    Physics, computer and electronics labs are much easier to maintain and less dangerous and also a lot cheaper
                    A biological or chemical lab is crazy expensive and can be very dangerous
                    That’s why people can’t learn more about them

          • #171924
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Mold is a funghi

          • #171951
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Nothing about figs is parasitic, and only a few varieties display to coevolution with the fig wasp.

            • #171952
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Your fuckin high bruv.

              Lol my captcha was rape2

        • #171844
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Great question. I had not thought to track down exactly what they are. I mean I know that they are organisms that live on a host to the detriment of the host, but where exactly do the organisms come from and what differentiates them from destructive bacteria. The difference between destructive bacteria(like mold) is that a parasite seems able to actually influence the hosts to maintain its existence while destructive bacteria will simply accept death when it no longer has a purpose. I don’t think they are native to our realm I suspect they were introduced by the fig tree, which is the tree of knowledge. The fig is one of the most parasitic plants and fruits in existence, to the point that even the species it parasitizes begin to use parasitic behavior (see wasps). If you think about the story of adam and eve. Eve eats the fruit which was likely a fig fruit(just look at pic related, it looks evil), after eating it negative thought spiritual essence/entities became able to influence her. Before eating the fig, Eve likely never had a negative thought in her entire life. All negative thoughts are daemons/demons see Jerry Marzinskys work with paranoid schizos in max security prisons(fasinating stuff). Negative thoughts introduced suffering into our world, suffering is the catalyst for spiritual growth because it forces us to learn and grow or be consumed by the negative though parasite. So parasites are destructive bacteria with a negative spiritual essence that can manifest as negative thoughts aka daemons/demons.

          The reason people are being trained to be germaphobes is because destructive bacteria likely easily destroy the parasites, which weakens the negative thought physical anchors which makes the human feel better and more positive and there is a chance that compounds on itself to the point that the person will be able to break free from the parasitic control. All of the drugs given to us by the pharmaceutical companies are spells to cultivate the negative thought demons of that name. Take tylenol(demon name) with acetamephine(demon name), your liver becomes infected with a negative thought parasitic entity.

          • #171848
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Might you be the same guy who discovered Systema was the martial art system being showcased in Hunter × Hunter?

      • #171840
        Anonymous
        Guest

        All bacteria is living unless it’s dead, scrotebrain.
        >Moldy bread, fruit etc is living bacteria that are great for clearing out your gut
        Also, go eat a bunch of moldy bread and fruit and tell me how sick you got after

        • #171843
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I do it all the time never once got sick. Within reason, I dont purposely grow moldy bread and fruit to eat it, but have no problem eating the moldy part of bread or fruit/vegetables, I’ve not once gotten sick, in fact on most fruit and veges it actually tastes very sweet. Its all about smell. If it doesn’t smell bad, its usually fine to eat. I also drink raw eggs, eat raw meat, and Im looking for a sources for animal organs and raw milk. I feel great and very alert like I’m a little kid again.

          • #171897
            Anonymous
            Guest

            stfu scrotebrain this shit is beyond scrotebrained and has nothing to do with shrooms

            • #171932
              Anonymous
              Guest

              How is it scrotebrained? explain.

          • #171966
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Dude I think you should stop freaking around and just hunt your own food. I bet you’d love venison, plus cutting open a deer’s sternum would be an easy way to get the organs

      • #171861
        Anonymous
        Guest
        • #171885
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Take gun from scrote. Kill 2 scrotes and Obama. Eat brown part of banana because I want to not because 2 scrotes and Obama told me to at gunpoint.

          • #171890
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Is Bill Nye more African than Obama?

            • #171894
              Anonymous
              Guest

              No. Bill Nye is more of a scrote than Obama. HARD AS FUCK R. When people afraid to use a word on an anonymous forum. Say the word anon. Youll feel better I promise. Its just a stupid word.

              • #171918
                Anonymous
                Guest

                bill nye def more of a scrote than obama

              • #171919
                Anonymous
                Guest

                Saying scrote ain’t shit.

      • #171865
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I am drinking tonic water and doing anti parasite shit. I buy tons of brie and alpine milk now. Spicey food and eggs too. Huh.

      • #171963
        Robotron
        Guest

        I think you need to learn a lot more about the subjects you are talking about which you have learned from an anime.

        Try growing mushrooms first. I’m also pretty sure cheese is made with pasteurized milk in modern day industry due to the really bad conditions the animals are in. Also genetic engineering bonked up a lot.

        I get a headache just thinking about it. Anyway to grow mushrooms you need to sterilize your shit. Ofc in nature that’s not how nature works but our modern concept of a mushroom grow revolves around artificial conditions and sterilization is a part of that process.

        Idk dude there’s some things that you’re saying that kinda contradict modern frameworks i.e i don’t think mycelium actively kills bacteria, perhaps does compete with bacteria for food sources but i’m not expert on the subject either.

        Anyway there’s good bacteria and bad bacteria apparently. I’m no microbiologist but i think you need to research more

        • #171979
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Kys you freaking scrotebrain. What’s aspirin? Dumb trip scrote reported.

        • #171995
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Literally every antibiotics known to man is made or synthesized to replicate the natural metabolites of mushrooms that fight off harmful (to them) bacteria. There are also bacterias and plants/ other organisms that have a symbiotic relationship with the mushrooms, and this is part of the reason that many are hard or near impossible to cultivate. Without mushrooms the world as you know it simply could not exist, including almost every living complex organism. The fungi/bacteria/dark matter in your gut affects your personality, habits, and health more so than any chemical in your brain.

      • #171981
        Anonymous
        Guest

        What are the parasites?

        Great question. I had not thought to track down exactly what they are. I mean I know that they are organisms that live on a host to the detriment of the host, but where exactly do the organisms come from and what differentiates them from destructive bacteria. The difference between destructive bacteria(like mold) is that a parasite seems able to actually influence the hosts to maintain its existence while destructive bacteria will simply accept death when it no longer has a purpose. I don’t think they are native to our realm I suspect they were introduced by the fig tree, which is the tree of knowledge. The fig is one of the most parasitic plants and fruits in existence, to the point that even the species it parasitizes begin to use parasitic behavior (see wasps). If you think about the story of adam and eve. Eve eats the fruit which was likely a fig fruit(just look at pic related, it looks evil), after eating it negative thought spiritual essence/entities became able to influence her. Before eating the fig, Eve likely never had a negative thought in her entire life. All negative thoughts are daemons/demons see Jerry Marzinskys work with paranoid schizos in max security prisons(fasinating stuff). Negative thoughts introduced suffering into our world, suffering is the catalyst for spiritual growth because it forces us to learn and grow or be consumed by the negative though parasite. So parasites are destructive bacteria with a negative spiritual essence that can manifest as negative thoughts aka daemons/demons.

        […]
        The reason people are being trained to be germaphobes is because destructive bacteria likely easily destroy the parasites, which weakens the negative thought physical anchors which makes the human feel better and more positive and there is a chance that compounds on itself to the point that the person will be able to break free from the parasitic control. All of the drugs given to us by the pharmaceutical companies are spells to cultivate the negative thought demons of that name. Take tylenol(demon name) with acetamephine(demon name), your liver becomes infected with a negative thought parasitic entity.

        I do it all the time never once got sick. Within reason, I dont purposely grow moldy bread and fruit to eat it, but have no problem eating the moldy part of bread or fruit/vegetables, I’ve not once gotten sick, in fact on most fruit and veges it actually tastes very sweet. Its all about smell. If it doesn’t smell bad, its usually fine to eat. I also drink raw eggs, eat raw meat, and Im looking for a sources for animal organs and raw milk. I feel great and very alert like I’m a little kid again.

        >t. Parasite posessed butt demon shill

        lol you guys didnt read the parasite pill=? oof and there i tought xanons are more on the front than poltards
        WARNING HIGHLY SCITZOID:
        https://files.catbox.moe/9rbtxh.pdf

    • #171837
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Oyster mushrooms are different shapes depending upon how much light they receive during fruiting. Those asian ones that are mostly stem are light-deprived. If they grew wild, they’d look more like other ones. The cultivation can give a person serious lung problems, though, so actually use a particle filter when breathing near your growing operation

    • #171838
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >Why is it almost impossible for some to be grown on a massive scale?
      It’s not, you’re just scrotebrained. I’m in a group on scroteBook where tons of people are growing mushrooms on a large scale. Dumb ass scrote ass scrotebrain

      • #171904
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Oh yeah, ask if any of then have cultivated morales you freaking ignorant child.

      • #171913
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Not all kinds. There are some that can’t be grown commercially, or even hobbyists or even scientists. That’s OPs point, besides being a scrote.

    • #171841
      Anonymous
      Guest

      https://i.imgur.com/HXMqdrH.gif

      because glowscrotes are low level tools for the archons, and the system hates anything positive and uplifting. Most food we eat is bad or even poison. And most good food is hard to find, even the "bad" food is starting to taste like shit. I think mushrooms have something special about them that we are not "told".

    • #171845
      Anonymous
      Guest
      • #171846
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Woah

      • #171849
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Very interesting. Did you know that you can get 350mV by simply sticking 2 metal rods into the earth and measuring the voltage between the rods with a multimeter? I bet it has to do with the plant life, underground organisms, underground fungus, piezoelectric rock pebbles, etc. This can be compounded upon by increasing the surface area of the ground(aka buring copper wire, attaching copper wire to nearby trees and attaching it to the metal rod). Charcoal also produces alot of voltage, which makes me think graphene is just grinded up charcoal.

        • #171853
          Anonymous
          Guest

          The Earth has an electric field of about ~100 V/m(variable as it is both caused by and causes weather) at ground level; there is an excess of electrons at the surface compared to a lack in the sky. Most of it is pooled up in the groundwater, but the local mineral environment, and probably living matter as you suggest, will affect the distribution.

          • #171854
            Anonymous
            Guest

            100 V/m is extremely high, why do we not use this? I’ve heard that height of the grounded rod has an affect as well. Like 2 two feet metal rods stuck one foot into the ground will put out much less volts than 2 twenty foot metal rods stuck one foot into the ground. Alot more testing is required, but I’ve heard that alot of the very tall power lines that use fractally shaped towers dont actually go anywhere, they just circle back into itself meaning its just a giant surface area ground that is grounded at the original power station. Like why do the power lines look like fractals?

            • #171858
              Anonymous
              Guest

              I agree, it seems like there should be a practical usage of such a large potential difference which nature produced for us, but there are some engineering problems associated with trying to take advantage of it which may not be so easily surmountable.

              First of all, another way of saying 100V/m is 100 N/C, or 100 J/mC. So if, for example, you wished to use the electric potential to create lift, you would need to charge a 1Kg object, which weighs ~10N, to 0.1C to counteract gravity. That’s actually about a fuckton of charge by conventional standards. That object would be so charged that, if it were say the size of a baseball, would produce around an electric field of about 10^10 V/m, which far exceeds the breakdown voltage of air and would instantly discharge as lightning.

              You can try to get around this: make the object larger so the charge is distributed over a larger volume and the field is proportionally weaker. It requires something like a 50m radius to store 1C without breaking down the air. Theoretically, the mass of the object scales approximately as r^2(the surface area multiplied by some finite thickness and density), but the store-able charge also increases as r^2. There might be some efficiency gains by using more optimal geometry or somehow diverting the discharge, but it’s not obvious. Nevertheless it seems at least a bit plausible that the space travel of the future is facilitated by giant charged blimps which do the majority of the work lifting the spacecraft into the upper atmosphere.

              • #171916
                Anonymous
                Guest

                https://i.imgur.com/lC3mBxb.gif

                no, just no.

                Most of the energy needed to get something to orbit is horizontal speed. Air resistance plays a small role in the energy needed.

                Field strength does not matter in energy generation. I can get huge fields with only small charges when they are seperated by small distances.

                Its important how much power my energy source can sustain. If i have a small capacitor charged to thousands of volts and try to power anything from it. Voltage would instantly drop.

                Lets imagine we lay a cable up a mountain to a high altitude. At the bottom we would measure a high voltage between the ground reference and our mountain point.

                If we would then short the cable we would measure only a small current since the mobility of the charges in the atmosphere are very low.

                It would be like a capacitor with a fuckhuge ESR. Useless.

          • #171856
            Anonymous
            Guest

            100 V/m is extremely high, why do we not use this? I’ve heard that height of the grounded rod has an affect as well. Like 2 two feet metal rods stuck one foot into the ground will put out much less volts than 2 twenty foot metal rods stuck one foot into the ground. Alot more testing is required, but I’ve heard that alot of the very tall power lines that use fractally shaped towers dont actually go anywhere, they just circle back into itself meaning its just a giant surface area ground that is grounded at the original power station. Like why do the power lines look like fractals?

            All this sounds a lot like Tesla’s tower and the pyramids

            • #171867
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Bingo

            • #171915
              Anonymous
              Guest

              You’ll get a pretty sizable potential off of an antenna that is insulated from the ground. The practical problem lies in there is very low current available. It will provide power to perpetually spin a paper pinwheel but is effectively useless for larger tasks.
              I’ve seen ramblings about Tesla utilizing a third type of electricity neither AC nor DC. It may be static, but once again you have energy that is difficult to store, convert, and achieve practical function.

        • #171870
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >Did you know that you can get 350mV by simply sticking 2 metal rods into the earth
          you ever wonder why your shoes soles are made of rubber

          • #171886
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Oh yea definitely. I go barefoot or attach a copper wire that I wrap around the soles of my boots and tie it onto my ankle/calf

          • #171907
            Anonymous
            Guest

            I knew it

        • #171873
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >This can be compounded upon by increasing the surface area of the ground(aka buring copper wire, attaching copper wire to nearby trees and attaching it to the metal rod)
          can you elaborate on this?

          • #171889
            Anonymous
            Guest

            yea pick a length of wire lets say 50ft. Tie 1 end to the underground portion of a metal rod, then bury the rest of the copper wire in a straight line from the metal rod. Then cut another 50ft copper wire and repeat the step above but in an opposite direction of the first copper wire, then do it 90 degrees to the right or left, then opposite direction of that. So you have a cross off exactly the same 50ft in size copper wire, the lengths must all be the same size(I’ve yet to test if this is required or not and the degree to which you can be off the exact 50ft(like would it work if 1 wire was 50ft1in, what if 1 wire was 51ft? 53ft? what if 2 of the wires are 53ft and 2 are 50ft? etc)). I have also not tested specific geometry of the copper wires, whether tying the wires to trees helps, and whether the wire is tied to the metal rod around the underground portion of the metal or around the top of the rod. I’m certain the cross(then x after the cross, then connect all of the outside points like a big circle, all of the wires underground) increases the voltage. Look up crystal radios and eric dollard for more.

        • #171922
          Anonymous
          Guest

          it’s electricity being returned from power lines. the earth acts as a type of conductor and power distribution is designed around this. the affects on agricultural, animal life, etc is not well known at this time.

    • #171847
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Live like a hobbit. Grow mushrooms in your backyard.
      The antichrist cries when he sees self sufficiency and simple, natural pleasures.

      • #171852
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i grow them in a tub, inside.

    • #171850
      Anonymous
      Guest

      What happened to Steven Pollack ?

      • #171868
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Murdah

    • #171857
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Lions mane + psilocybin microdose everyday = iq booster

    • #171859
      Anonymous
      Guest

      maybe it has something to do with this?
      https://stolenhistory.net/threads/god-is-a-mushroom.435/

    • #171860
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Anyone try lions man I been taking it for a few months now occasionally I do feel like it might have been good for me

      • #171895
        Anonymous
        Guest

        i freaking love lions mane i grow it a few times a year usually. i slice them like 1/4" thin and fry them in butter with a tiny bit of black pepper

      • #171930
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Lion’s mane with psilocybin is a good combination, because the mane provides focus and clarity to the trip.

    • #171871
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Mafia runs the Portabella mushroom industry. Portabella’s have carcinogens and are a forced meme if there ever was one. Other mushrooms are a threat. Enter obligatory govt corruption

      • #171876
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Do you recall where you learned that?

        • #171878
          Anonymous
          Guest

          not that guy but stamets hovered around it in an interview with joe rogan but he wouldn’t get into it

      • #171914
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Checked

    • #171874
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i’ve had like 10gs of shrooms in my top drawer for over a year and half. they were pretty decent when I did them. are they still potent or should I trash em?

      • #171968
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Only one way to find out pussy

    • #171877
      Anonymous
      Guest

      ITS BECAUSE MUSHROOMS SPEAK THEY ARE SENTIENT JUST LIKE WEED AND THE BIGGER THE SCALE THE LOUDER THEIR OUTCRY

      • #171892
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Trees are sentient, the trees branches are sentient separate to the tree, the trees leaves are each individually sentient separate to the branches and tree. Your heart, liver, stomach, brain, appendix, spleen, gallbladder, kidneys, knee, armpit, eyebrows etc are all sentient beings. The earth is a sentient being. Everything is sentient. Ask em how they doin every once in awhile, they’ll be pumped that you noticed them. HEY YO KNEE! How you doing bud? Your doing great! But I’ve noticed a slight knee joint ache sometimes when running up stairs. What you need from me to help you out wit that? "Eat the fat hard boney joints on chicken legs and chicken wings." Ok will do knee, thanks for the help! Then Ill go and eat the fat hard boney joints on the the chicken legs and chicken wings. To heal joints, eat animal joints, to heal heart eat animal heart, to heal liver eat animal liver, to heal bone eat animal bone, to heal eyesight eat animal eyeballs, to grow muscle, work out to the point of tearing muscle, then eat animal muscles. Dogs are obsessed with bones, orcas surgically remove great white shark livers, lion eats the heart, hawk/crow goes for their preys eyeball first, body builders eat protein aka animal muscles (grilled chicken)

      • #171956
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I managed to get a 3g dose of shrooms the other day, not enough to get open eye hallucinations but really good trip, and I am thoroughly convinced there is some being in those shrooms that requires a brain to communicate it’s "idea" or "plan". Every time I do them I feel this cosmic feel good that I belong, that everything belongs and God is just chilling, smiling, moving the chess pieces and being every creature at once. You don’t need books or society or church to find God, you just need to watch a seed grow into a tree and sprout new trees to see him, or to see an egg grow into a bird, then see that bird rot on the ground as maggots feast on it, new birds blissfully tweeting nearby in the morning sunshine, uncaring.

        I love this macabre dance and I thank God for the insanity but complete fairness of it all.

        • #171958
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >being every creature at once
          maybe that is mushrooms thought about itself/itskind, as mycelium is one big organism and does not apply to humans at all? maybe you just tune into its thoughts about itself or from its perspective and it does not have anything to do with you?

        • #171975
          Anonymous
          Guest

          People always say shit like this and it is the exact reason I will never do mushrooms or ingest a mushroom. You’re willingly giving another sentient being control over your consciousness. It makes you feel good, which is automatically suspect. You even state it has a plan… like what is their plan? Might just as well trust the machine elves.

      • #171969
        Anonymous
        Guest

        So big shrooms are just screaming all day?

    • #171879
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Paul Stamets in his original JRE interview makes some weird allusions to things he’s not allowed to talk about regarding different mushrooms and I’m pretty sure he implied that they some of them could be turned into explosive devices.

      • #171881
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Teemo is making a lot more sense thematically…

        • #171931
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Ive always hated teemo to the point that I own every champ but refuse to buy teemo. Maybe its the parasites in my gut trickin me. Maybe teemo is how I can get out of silver.

          • #171933
            Anonymous
            Guest

            A competent enough Teemo holds the potential to turn the tide of even the most seemingly hopeless of matches. Especially if he’s given a team who comprehends his value and is poised to play protect the VIP at the right moments. He remains one of the highest level wildcards in the entire game. Who’re your primary, secondary, and tertiary champions?

            • #171940
              Anonymous
              Guest

              I’m the dude you responded to im on a different computer. My primary is Tryndamere top,
              secondary is tryndamere mid, tertiary is dodge/maybe sett. I usually shit on teemos if I know for sure the teemo is going to be my top opponent so I can take fleet over tempo. I like champs that can 1 v 9 with their big ole dick. Tryndamere is most alpha big dick champ in lol. lolol. I used to play alot of yasuo (lol, i hate the champ now but he was alot less toxic and more fun to play within the first year he came out when he was viable top). Before that I was a big vayne player in bot. I think Tryndamere is by far the most fun champ, your job is to be cocky as fuck, talk mad shit, and swag on the 2 idiots they send to stop your split push. Hes probably the most solo que champ in lol. Its really weird he gonna be contested pick in worlds in mid lane. NEACE invented mid tryndamere, dude used to go smite ignite Tryn mid with fleet and dominate every single mid lane match up with sustain and fleet. The play style is alpha as f and very fun. No one likes playing against tryndamere, just like no one really like playing against teemo, so I can see how teemo might have the same annoying gameplay as tryn. I’ve been referring to teemo as ‘the rat’ since season 3 or 4. Always hated him for some weird reason, maybe I got parasites and they afraid of me learning to master the shrooms.

              • #171941
                Anonymous
                Guest

                Give Diana a try. She was considered another excellent climbing champion in addition to Tryndamere. However, I’m unaware if she’s still viable for top lane. Also, it helps if you can convince your team to let you borrow blues once the buffs start getting shared. Vi was another good climber. Although I’m unable to recall if she ever played top. Also, Aatrox is a standby 1v5 champion if he had a good laning phase. There’s also Kayle. Once again, no idea if she’s capable of top laning in the current season. What’s your backup role?

                • #171945
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  I’ve tried Diana mid, and Kayle, had a lil bit of success with both but if you get behind you completely lose control of the match. I never felt like I had 100% control of the win conditions when I played Diana and Kayle, but with Tryn I know for absolute certain that I lost because I bonked up somewhere, something I did could ahve been done more efficiently and would have allowed me to win. I like vi but she jungle champ, and I haven’t been near the jungle since vietnam. I don’t think I’ve ever actually played reworked Aatrox, I usually beat Aatroxes with Tryn, they just a mini game. Spin into them on their 1st q, smack him a few times until he uses his 2nd q then walk away before he can use his third to knock up.

                  I only play occasionally maybe once or twice a week just to play tryn top or mid. If I don’t get my role or champ I dodge. I used to play at least 1 or 2 game a day mostly with Tryn and I’ve gotten to silver 1 but never could hold it and never could break into gold.

                  • #171946
                    Anonymous
                    Guest

                    It might be Time to unlock Teemo. Head over here prior to doing so.

                    https://humaworm.com/

                    • #171947
                      Anonymous
                      Guest

                      I’ll unlock the rat but my gut/intuition/creation/love/banter telling me don’t click your link.

                      • #171948
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        I ate the 2nd moldiest peach in the batch yesterday. It was black at the top. I made sure to repeatedly smell it. The only thing I smelled were the spores. You’re correct. It was fine and so am I.

                      • #172012
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        what freaking year is this? 2002?

    • #171880
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >Why is it almost impossible for some to be grown on a massive scale
      because we haven’t still found the proper tepmperature, moisture and symbiosis conditions needed for thatt articular strain

      have a nice day schizo mongoloid

    • #171884
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I know there was that one time on JRE with Paul Stemets where he said something along the lines of "I found out something about changing the chemical bonds in (weird mushroom) but if I told you they would kill me".

      There is something extreme going on with them that we need to investigate.

      • #171896
        Anonymous
        Guest

        you can make extremely deadly poisons

      • #172004
        Anonymous
        Guest

        STAMETS SAID HE WOULD NEVER EAT PORTABELLO AND IF HE SAID WHY HE WOULD BE KILLED LET THAT SINK IN

    • #171887
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >Where fire suppression is practiced, morels often grow in small numbers in the same spot, year after year. If these areas are overrun by wildfire they often produce a bumper crop of black morels the following spring. Commercial pickers and buyers in North America target recently burned areas for this reason. These spots may be closely guarded by mushroom pickers, as morels are widely regarded as a delicacy and often a cash crop.
      What if the California wildfires were done on purpose by Big Morel, trying to stimulate growth of their prized mushrooms? Or, conversely, fungimancers set the forests on fire to increase morel supply, thereby driving down profit margins for Big Morel.

      • #171891
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >fires = more Morel
        All I needed to know. California Chads stay winning.

      • #171996
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >fungimancer
        alright, that almost made me laugh as much as hearing the word musclemancer for those who use magick to increase gains

    • #171888
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Amerimutts fear healthy diet

    • #171893
      Anonymous
      Guest

      fancy mushrooms/truffles are like diamonds, they are kept at a ridiculous price by keeping the supply very very low

      • #171971
        Anonymous
        Guest

        So I could grow shrooms and sell them for hella bread?

    • #171899
      Anonymous
      Guest

      This thread is wild

      • #171934
        Anonymous
        Guest

        the best threads are the wildcard threads. The universal one/love/creator is instantaneous spontaneity. Intuition, banter, flow, being in the moment, etc are all instantaneously spontaneous. Ever notice that whenever you plan out with your friends what you are going to do on a saturday night, it never really works out, but when you kinda just go with the flow and let the night play out its always a good time? Thats the difference between universe and negative thought demons/aliens/entities aka anyone trying to control future events. Everything happening in the moment is quote unquote "God". "God" LOVES banter, because banter is instantaneously spontaneous. In other words "God" loves when we talk shit to each other, its fun. I don’t mean ‘make fun of’ each other, I mean playfully ‘talk shit’ to each other. Females cant really understand this. I remember there being a old /pol post about how the entire purpose of bringin women in to the workplace was to eliminate the banter between working men. I cant find the post but it was probably right.

        • #171935
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Banter is the reason the moderators and janitors exist. Their primary purpose is to destroy it.

    • #171902
      Anonymous
      Guest

      https://www.forbes.com/sites/linhanhcat/2019/02/22/largest-organism-in-the-world/
      >If you guessed a redwood tree or a blue whale, you would be wrong. The largest organism is a fungus. And under climate change, it’s likely to have an advantage compared to its host species. Scientists discovered the largest organism by area when a massive tree die-off occurred in Malheur National Forest in the Blue Mountains of Oregon.
      What is it with you guys?
      Shrigma Balls lmao

    • #171903
      Anonymous
      Guest
    • #171908
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Because Papa Uncle Grandpa Sam is very very touchy about drugs. You might be too young to remember, but uh, the whole war on drugs thing?
      They don’t want you making a mint on psychadelics. There’s no tax on such a product because well, its illegal. So Big daddy gov. won’t make their buck.
      There’s nothing paranormal about it.
      This would be the same of mass scale anything that remotely looks like weed.

      • #171911
        Anonymous
        Guest

        That’s probably the case. They just wanted to see what’s being grown.

    • #171909
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I did my masters on combining white rot fungi (lignin-consuming, cellulose-sparing mushrooms) with nanocellulose. This stuff can get big, they’ve grown bricks, artificial steak, artificial leather, styrofoam, furniture, insulation already, and that’s just growing it on random wood chips and such, no real effort to understand or manipulate the nanoscale structures of the mycelium. The entirety of the field is like 20 years old at most, and the ESA has already evaluated mycelium as a building material on mars colonies (no need for troublesome refining of martian ore, just use the waste from your hydroponics and then all you need to take with you can be stored in vials smaller than your thumb). Fungus are immensely powerful organisms and we’ve only begun to understand them.

      • #171917
        Anonymous
        Guest

        incredible

      • #171920
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >https://www.mdpi.com/2309-608X/7/3/222
        This you, Anon? It seems like really promising work. What sort of insight can you tell us from your research?

      • #171923
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Ty fellow mycology sis, keep spreading the knowledge

      • #171925
        Anonymous
        Guest

        How odd that more then one person here is interested in mycology. Been wanting to go to school for it, I’m more interested in the potential for agricultural applications with mycelium myself.

      • #171977
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Juffo Wup is the power of life

    • #171927
      Anonymous
      Guest

      The first legit mushroom thread I’ve seen on /x.

      Mushrooms are fascinating. Many species of mushroom push out toxins in the ground into their fruiting bodies to aid in the growth of mycelium. There are species of mushroom that consume plastics and oils. There are many medicinal mushrooms as well. A great mushroom to help battle cancer is Trametes versicolor. Hermicium and Ganoderma sp. are good for brain health. A muscaria contains ibotonic acid, which when dried converts to a dissociative know as muscimol. And then we have all the wonderful psilocybin and psilocin containing mushrooms. A powerful psychedelic. You want to know their secrets? Try 5 dried grams in complete darkness.

    • #171939
      Anonymous
      Guest

      funny theres a mushroom thread up today. i had grown cubensis in college to use as a microdose aid in getting off ssri meds (totally worked, no more brain zaps)

      recently i was called by spirits to try growing non-magic mushies. i bought pre-innoculated oyster bricks from a company, funny enough they bonked up my order and sent a brick for free. then a month later another one of them showed up at my door unannounced, the day after my sacred kitty was taken from me by parasites. they are king oysters (didnt even order kings, idk why they even sent these ones as my order was already made whole) and are pinning as we speak. my cat was a freaking badass KING so it makes sense thats what wound up at my door.

      anyway, i have been fighting a strange sinus infection/ nose injury and have been taking nature walks to help heal. today while walking my attention was brought to a felled tree stump with an insane amount of concentric, white bordered mushrooms growing on it. id seen this type growing on dead logs but not in this massive quantity before.

      somehow i just knew what they were and decided to google (turkey tail mushrooms). turns out this is a very potent medicinal mushroom, anti cold, anti inflammation, just what my body needs. i feel as though they were asking me to pick them (ive never picked wild mushrooms in my life, always been too scared). turns out turkey tails are the easiest wild mushroom to identify as there are no toxic look alikes.

      i went back later this evening and picked about half of the colony, nearly 2lbs. cut the woody parts off, cleaned them in pure water and made an oil infusion with them using a pressure cooker (jar with oil and mushrooms screwed tight and pc’d for 20 min at 15psi). also took a bath with some of them in it.

      now i have almost 2quarts of healing oil to keep me safe. i suggest you try and find some yourself! i bet mushrooms will save the world

    • #171944
      Anonymous
      Guest

      if mushrooms are so smart then why did all my attempts at growing psychedelic mushrooms fail?

    • #171949
      Anonymous
      Guest

      bump

    • #171964
      Anonymous
      Guest

      There are big mushroom farms all over canada, they really stink because they use some shit ass manure

    • #171967
      Anonymous
      Guest

      drink from your local creek

    • #171973
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Yeah, morels and such are extremely big business and lucrative so if somebody found a way to make them easy and cheap then the people who currently sell at a huge markup would have an incentive to get rid of that person

    • #171976
      Anonymous
      Guest

      anyone know where i can get some spores for science
      i’d like to cultivate for science

    • #171984
      Anonymous
      Guest

      the oldest living thing is the great fungal mass that lives inside of the earth. its shit is petroleum oil.

      • #171985
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Its possible. What does fungus shit smell like? The only decent clue into what petroleum actually is, is that it smells like rotten eggs in its raw form, aka brimstone/sulfur.

      • #171989
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Do you recall where you learned that?

        • #172003
          Anonymous
          Guest

          ive heard it from quite a few people, including some Nepalese, very old couple from Colombo sri lanka, a very old black dude from Mozambique, the moonshine and mushroom hillbillies in the tug river valley area of kentucky, and a whole bunch of rainbow family hippies who all have had the same experiences of "father fungus" telling them to shut the hell up and sit down and get their heads straight. its like they all had an info dump into their noggins they could barely process. this has been over the period of about 20 ish years.

          • #172006
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Rainbow Family people are the most insufferable douchebags there are, if I was a mushroom I’d tell them to sit down and shut up too.

            • #172007
              Anonymous
              Guest

              crackheads and tweakers tell them to shut the fuck up and sit the fuck down sis.

      • #172009
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >fungal mass
        wrong. It is the mother parasite that dwells below. Look into black goo. Perhaps fungi once reigned and when parasites took over fungi was relegated to a tiny area. Also the thing about petroleum oil is just dumb as fuck and patently false.

        • #172010
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >the thing about petroleum oil is [. . .] and patently false
          So the abiotic oil theory is accurate?

      • #172013
        Anonymous
        Guest

        thats bullshit but I believe it

    • #171992
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >check youtube channel
      >only one more video after FBI one
      >it’s been 2 years
      >comments turned off in all videos
      Well.

    • #171997
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Regular /msg/ mushroom general when? Bump.
      >https:// http://www.incrediblemushrooms. com/mycelium-intelligence.html

    • #171998
      Anonymous
      Guest

      BIG MUSHROOM GLOWscrote GON FEED MUSHROOMS TO THE CHIL’EN

    • #172002
      Anonymous
      Guest

      There are mushroom farms. The largest organism on the planet is a fungal patch.
      You crazy.

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