The strange schizophrenic behaviour of most of the human race has always puzzled me - maybe we are actually two 'beings' in one ??? Didn't we 'get' mitochondrial DNA around 30,000 years ago or something that is now part of everyone and is passed in the whole messy sperm business thingy ??
Maybe that 'extra' BUMP in our brains that jump started us from monkey to moron, sorry intelligent species, is actually a fungus. Maybe the elusive " I " of our self is actually a fungal desease, a kind of contolling athletes foot of the brain.
The "I" was the result of human consciousness, brought on by evolution in the human species.
The finding shows that parasitic fungi evolved the ability to control the creatures they infect in the distant past, even before the rise of the Himalayas
"The question now is, what are the triggers that push a parasite not just to kill its host, but to take over its brain and muscles and then kill it."
Apparently this fungus, that is still around, gets into the ants brain and causes it to go to low leaves but above the ground where the best environment exists for the fungus. It then makes the ant bite deep into the leaf vain and then kills it. Neat huh !
Does nobody out there know of 'others' who are clearly mushrooms ? Or am I the only one not infected and you are all ganging up on me
by Steve Andrews 9 years ago
I was just looking at the titles of the threads for the forums and was immediately struck by the large number of religious topics, many of which have God in the title. I am just wondering why there are so many religious posts here at present? It makes hubpages look as if it is full of religious...
by Cagsil 7 years ago
Hey Hubbers,I was digging through some of my research and since a lot of it is philosophy based(meaning it's about answering questions and reasoning), I happen to cross an interesting tidbit I figured I would share with others and see what exactly that they thought about it.It seems like a lot of...
by Haunty 9 years ago
...remembering there is noone to stop you?
by Jenna Ditsch 7 years ago
I saw the movie "Limitless" last night. I've thought about this before, but I was wondering what your thoughts are on the ability to unlock and use a greater capacity of the human brain. The statistic I think I heard before is that we use about 20%. Do you think...
by AdsenseStrategies 9 years ago
I live in the (probably vain) hope that this will not degenerate the way it usually does (which is why it is posted under "Polite Debate"), but I am asking a serious, hopefully non-provocative question.In other words, I tend to "enshrine" logic and rationality as more-or-less...
by Baileybear 8 years ago
The incorrectly claim that evolution has zero evidence, ask how a monkey + monkey gave birth to a human overnight and of course attack evolution (but clearly have zero understanding of it). Is is just religious people (sorry to mention religion here). I can't grasp how some seemingly...
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