Skip to comments.Chernobyl shocker as fungi that eats radiation found inside nuclear reactor
Posted on 02/06/2020 11:10:56 PM PST by knighthawk
A type of black fungi that eats radiation was discovered inside the Chernobyl nuclear reactor.
In 1991, the strange fungi was found growing up the walls of the reactor, which baffled scientists due to the extreme, radiation-heavy environment.
Researchers eventually realized that not only was the fungi impervious to the deadly radiation, it seemed to be attracted to it.
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God our creator is so inventive . Sometimes the thing to do is get out of His way,
“Life, Uh, Finds a Way.” - Dr. Ian Malcolm
They found bacteria that consumed oil to be the reason so much oil from that huge Gulf of Mexico spill was never accounted for.
Mother earth can take care of her own, better than we can anyway.
How is this news? It has been known for years. Fungi also collect radioactive particles in the ground their mycelium grow in and remove it by putting it in mushrooms so that animals can eat it and take it away.
Life, uh, finds a way. - Dr. Ian Malcolm
I’ve heard that somewhere. :)
If you’re stocking your fallout shelter, that’s a fungi to have around.
Heated, ready to eat fungi. Will go nicely with borscht, herring and vodka.
Can’t eat radiation.
Can eat things that are radioactive. Then whatever ate then becomes radioactive and poops radioactive waste.
“God our creator is so inventive.”
I believe that God has given us everything we need to have a good life. We just have to figure it out.
Only as a lighting source.
LOL!! Good one!!
>> Cant eat radiation.
Plants do. Its called photosynthesis. Its not the entire diet, but it is the energy source that converts the food to nourishment. Thats probably what this fungi does.
Sounds like some form of Democrats, they will eat each other
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