Fungi That Absorbs Radiation Has Been Growing All Over Chernobyl Power Plant | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Fungi That Absorbs Radiation Has Been Growing All Over Chernobyl Power Plant

Authored by John Vibes via TruthTheory.com,

For a long time, scientists have known that certain types of fungi are attracted to radiation, and can actually help to break down and neutralize radiation in certain environments.

The radioactive site of the abandoned Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant has acted as a real-life laboratory in many ways over the years, giving researchers a look into the physical impact that radiation has on plant and animal life.

In 1991, while a team of researchers was searching the Chernobyl area remotely with robots, they noticed black-spotted fungi growing on the walls of one of the nuclear reactors. They also observed that the fungi appeared to be breaking down radioactive graphite from the core itself. The fungi also seemed to be growing towards the source of the radiation, as if it was attracted to it.

Follow up research in 2007, at the University of Saskatchewan found that different types of fungi are attracted to radiation. A team led by Professor Ekaterina Dadachova observed that some types of fungi grew more rapidly when exposed to radiation.

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Why could this not be tried at Fukushima?!?

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Somebody finally.....

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found a use for Black Mold.

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