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THis proves it.
"Mycyleum infuses all landscapes. Grand molecular disassemblers of nature. We are most closely related to fungi than any other kingdom. we share the same pathogens. 8 miles of mycyleum cells can fit in a single square inch of soil. They are microfiltration membranes...essentially externalized stomachs and lungs. Extended neurological membranes. Mycyleum is the earth's internet - membranes broken will be repaired by the system. It is system sentient - if you walk a mycyleum field,it will leap up to capture debris after your path. The Internet, then, is a pattern built on a previous proven system."

Fungi gives off Oxalic acid, which crumbles rock, and creates soil...
 
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Extremetrees:The Internet, then, is a pattern built on a previous proven system."

What does this have to do with fungi?
 
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Heres the pic Frans of what it supposed to have looked like, and the corresponding link.
http://wk.typepad.com/weblog/2008/02/ted-2008---sess.html

Fungi, he suggests (and the fossil record seems to support) inherited the earth after the impact and extinction event - they use radiation as a source of energy, like plants use light. They grew over twenty feet tall (see above). Forests of fungi.

In Eastern Oregon, apparently, lives the world's largest mycyleum colony - 2200 acres in size and one cellwall thick...

Fungi are gateway species that open the door for other species - spores attract insects, insects lay eggs, larva are born, birds come, bring seeds and fertilize creating a green field...

We should save old growth forest as a matter of natural defense - the fungi that grow within house incredibly powerful anti-viral pathogens

We need to engage with mycyleum to save the world."
 

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