This Man Owns A Patent That Could Easily DESTROY Monsanto! Here’s His Plan

Mycology — the study of mushrooms and fungi — is a little-known field with grand implications for human survival and well-being. Paul Stamets, perhaps the world’s leading mycologist, is at the forefront of a revolution in fungal technology. So why is it that we haven’t heard much of anything about him?

Paul’s work may be exactly what is needed to stop the overgrowth of chemical pesticide companies, such as Monsanto. Of course, this also means that he is often being silenced, and relegated to the corners of mainstream media. Almost nowhere will you find news of his recently-granted patent for a fungal pesticide!

Thanks to the magic of mushrooms, Paul has discovered something that executives in the pesticide industry are identifying as deeply disruptive: He has figured out a way to make smart pesticides, a solution for controlling thousands of species of insects from damaging crops, using only natural fungi.

He does this by inducing an insect-eating fungi to not produce spores. This, in turn, attracts insects to eat the fungi — and quickly turn into fungi themselves, from the inside out. This revolutionary approach has a chance of revolutionizing human use of crops, but only if his miracle cure can be shared with the world.

As our environment continues to degrade, the use of chemical pesticides comes under increasing scrutiny. Monsanto’s chemicals may be responsible for the decline in bee populations worldwide — spurring a number of countries to ban the company’s products. What Paul offers is a safer, environmentally-friendly solution.

Unfortunately, Monsanto currently produces about $16 billion per year in revenue — giving them the power to suppress information that might harm their total revenue stream. Paul’s pesticide fits into this category, so it is our job to share what we can to help. By becoming educated about the benefits of sustainable, organic growing methods, we can continue to push the world in a better, healthier direction.

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