“Working estimates tell us that there should be more than 5 million species of fungi,” said Cheryl Kuske, a Los Alamos scientist on the project.
Tree of life still holds mysteries in the fungal world–millions of them
LOS ALAMOS, N.M., – In a step toward bridging the gap between fungal taxonomy and molecular ecology, scientists from several institutions including Los Alamos National Laboratory have characterized a sample of “mystery” fungus collected in North Carolina and found its home in the fungal tree of life. (more…)
This condominium owner called us when her living room started mysteriously getting wet from an unknown plumbing leak. I showed up and used my moisture detector and thermal imager to locate the leak.
Turns out their neighbor had a plumbing leak that they did not disclose. Now the insurance companies will have to fight it out to see who is at fault.
Here are some pictures of the Damage.
A clogged toilet in the upstairs master bedroom caused category three water damage to the tile floor and subfloor. It also caused damage and mold to the ceiling on the first floor. Here are some pictures of the damage.
“However, they also may be transmitting diseases from one side of the globe to the other. The researchers found E. coli in their samples (which they think hurricanes lifted from cities), and they plan to investigate whether plagues are raining down on us.”
As part of my ongoing research on spirits, demons, and parasitic fungi/molds, I would like to present to you more current scientific articles and stories that correlate with some of my ancient research. (more…)
Mosquitoes kill about 727,000 humans around the globe every year with various blood borne diseases like malaria so scientists have come up with a devilish method to destroy them.
A team of experts, lead by researchers from the University of Maryland, have engineered a GMO (genetically modified organism) fungus that is able to express multiple toxins that are able to kill mosquitoes. (more…)