Research Findings Report

Researcher David ‘Tater’ Totco

Unreasonable Growth

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Hello, this is Tater reporting. I now have the tools to provide photographic evidence of the recent disturbances. I apologize that these photographs are a few weeks old. I have been learning to use hypertext markup.

My first hypertext reports on Garden Web stated, “a swath of land bordering my garden is unusually green”. Jeff (Julie’s friend) took this photograph of me inside the green zone in the end of July:

Growth Area

"Green Zone" Growth Area

I took the following photographs about two weeks ago in the exact same spot, I think. But, you can clearly see young watermelons sprouting:

Watermellons On Vine

Watermelons On Vine

Here is a closer look at this healthy young fruit:

Watermellon

Watermellon

This is AMAZING! It’s just weird. There was no watermelon plant there a month ago. There was nothing but the ground and some weeds. I have never seen plants grow this quickly. This is just weird.

Tater Totco Out

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Written by davidtater

July 30, 2008 at 12:16 am

Posted in Disturbance

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  1. Hey there gardening buddy! One of my boys was researching the Rocky Flats out here (yeah, Boulder’s dirty little secret!!) and found this article, and it made me think of you. I’ll just copy and paste the story here for your convenience!! Maybe you have radiation leaking around your land??

    23 May 2007
    Chernobyl Fungus Feeds On Radiation
    by Kate Melville

    Researchers at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (AEC) have found evidence that certain fungi possess another talent beyond their ability to decompose matter: the capacity to use radioactivity as an energy source for making food and spurring their growth.

    Detailing the research in Public Library of Science ONE, AEC’s Arturo Casadevall said his interest was piqued five years ago when he read about how a robot sent into the still-highly-radioactive Chernobyl reactor had returned with samples of black, melanin-rich fungi that were growing on the ruined reactor’s walls. “I found that very interesting and began discussing with colleagues whether these fungi might be using the radiation emissions as an energy source,” explained Casadevall.

    Casadevall and his co-researchers then set about performing a variety of tests using several different fungi. Two types – one that was induced to make melanin (Crytococcus neoformans) and another that naturally contains it (Wangiella dermatitidis) – were exposed to levels of ionizing radiation approximately 500 times higher than background levels. Both of these melanin-containing species grew significantly faster than when exposed to standard background radiation.

    “Just as the pigment chlorophyll converts sunlight into chemical energy that allows green plants to live and grow, our research suggests that melanin can use a different portion of the electromagnetic spectrum – ionizing radiation – to benefit the fungi containing it,” said co-researcher Ekaterina Dadachova.

    Investigating further, the researchers measured the electron spin resonance signal after melanin was exposed to ionizing radiation and found that radiation interacts with melanin to alter its electron structure. This, they believe, is an essential step for capturing radiation and converting it into a different form of energy to make food. Until now, melanin’s biological role in fungi – if any – had been a mystery. Interestingly, the melanin in fungi is no different chemically from the melanin in our skin, leading Casadevall to speculate that melanin could be providing energy to skin cells.

    And radiation-munching fungi could be on the menu for future space missions. “Since ionizing radiation is prevalent in outer space, astronauts might be able to rely on fungi as an inexhaustible food source on long missions or for colonizing other planets,” noted Dadachova.

    Sylvana

    August 5, 2008 at 11:04 pm

  2. “the capacity to use radioactivity as an energy source for making food and spurring their growth”

    My Lord, Sylvana, I had no idea. Bless those poor souls from Chernobyl.

    I wonder where I can purchase a giger counter?

    davidtater

    August 11, 2008 at 5:47 pm

  3. […] with the camera. This is important information everyone needs to know. This is all so strange. The watermelons I mentioned before have grown to full size and disappeared. That is just […]

  4. Call these guys for a giger (hint: click on “these guys”)

    Cy

    August 21, 2008 at 11:29 pm

  5. You might want to ask some of my friends on THIS THREAD about using Dowsing rods on your land. They might be able to lead you to the source of your spirits that are restless. Any chance your land may contain a primitive/unmarked grave site?

    Another thought is that someone may have been murdered/traumatized on your land and their spirit cannot ascend to the next level or they’re trying to show who wronged them?

    I believe in “pockets” of energy that are at unrest. It sounds like you may have several of these on your land. Can you walk around your land and map these energy fields? Or map where you are finding disturbances? I have found this to be a great way to see which “pockets” contain stronger energy, then I can focus on those areas.

    Here is a good resource. I’ve asked questions to ASK A GHOST HUNTER

    sPookE

    August 21, 2008 at 11:55 pm


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