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Mycilium can learn to go through a maze to find food, like a mouse

 
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Here is an interview with David Wilcock and David Wolfe, that I thought was really excellent and inspiring. David Wilcock talks about consciousness, and David Wolfe talks about nutrition and the body. He also spends a lot of time talking about mushrooms, and their consciousness. I thought it was fascinating and exciting. He has shared info with Paul Stamets.
http://mysuperherotraining.com/inspiration/wilcock-avo-nick/
 
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awesome post... this is what got me into working with mushrooms... mostly the "cultivator".

It appears the more we learn the more we can look at Mycelium as nature's internet... connecting to any nuerosystem it can dial into... it is rediculously fascinating... like something out of Avatar or something, unbelievable
 
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They actually talk briefly about Avatar in the interview, too, and how fungi manage forest ecosystems. Pretty fascinating.
 
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