Fantastic Fungi The Spirit of Good

The fungal-fantastical. Emerging from their axial homes, fungi are beginning to be understood as nutrients to the human consciousness and ecological sustainability. Paul explores mycology and compels support for your own good nature and our fungal allies. This is the first in a collaboration of Louie Schwartzberg of Blacklight films (Movingart.tv) and Paul Stamets of Fungi Perfecti (fungi.com)

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+27 1. Unknown commented 9 years ago

1:53 It's not only that some people aren't trying. They are even working against nature in their right conscious mind just for profit.
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-6 3. Qiler commented 9 years ago

Oh look. Yet another tree-hugging hippie. Not that im against protecting the environment, just that i'm against crazy lunatics.
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+4 4. Denaro commented 9 years ago

I had to replay that a few times so that I could fully appreciate the words he said. I just hope that it struck a chord with many others as it has with me. You can sense an awakening among people though, and it's an exciting time.
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+4 5. nomaddaf commented 9 years ago

#3 you are so right !!! Just another dude spewing platitudes to sell a book.Its easy to claim to be transcendent to a level that doesn't exist.
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+5 6. drunkmonk commented 9 years ago

Transendence to a new level :D So right
Tree-hugging hippie :D So right
Mycology professor enthusiast right again
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-8 7. muirdrive commented 9 years ago

:) When I was a child in Scotland my Grandma taught me that the Mushrooms knew certain things about the natural world that we could not understand as humans. They seem to be intelligent, but that brings up another question? Where did that intelligence come from? As a good Presbyterian,I know the answer to that.
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+6 8. irishgek commented 9 years ago

#7 Please keep your big man in the sky theory's too your self ....
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+1 9. cyberdevil commented 9 years ago

Inspiring speech. Also first time I see fungi grow, interesting. :)
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+1 10. ringmaster commented 9 years ago

The Mother Spirit or what he just called it reminds me of the great consciousness that rules the planet in Avatar.
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-2 11. snotraddict commented 9 years ago

#8 I'm betting you believe the religious are intolerant.
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0 12. sux2bu commented 9 years ago

#11 One religion is intolerant, but most are not.
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+1 13. wongraven commented 9 years ago

I prefer Psilocybe mushrooms !! Great hallucinagen !! Makes entire mountains disappear !!
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+1 14. ComentAtor commented 9 years ago

@12 which one? catholic? muslim? protestant? jewish? seems like most use their God for justifying the war...