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chip sanft
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This is a really interesting article by Tradd Cotter with lots of ideas about the possibilities of fungi.
How I learned to think like a mushroom
 
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Nice find chip! I am currently in the process of trying to get tradd to come visit the forums for a book promotion of his new book. But anyways, I really liked this article. I just like how you can just feel his passion for this topic emanating through his words. I like when he talks about the mushrooms as conscious beings. I know it's a bit too "purple" for most people around here but it's an idea I like thinking about.
 
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I just heard Tradd speak at the Mother Earth News fair. It was excellent. Also, Chelsea Green gave me his book. No kidding. They said they didn't want to have to ship it back so they gave it to me. Awesome.
 
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Great article and great new voice on the scene.

I love when people show me the mushrooms they found, I ask them "who found who?"

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