Paul Stamets Holds The Patent That Could Destroy Monsanto And Change The World!

If there’s anything you read – or share – let this be it. The content of this article has potential to radically shift the world in a variety of positive ways.

And as Monsanto would love for this article to not go viral, all we can ask is that you share, share, share the information being presented so that it can reach as many people as possible.

In 2006, a patent was granted to a man named Paul Stamets. Though Paul is the world’s leading mycologist, his patent has received very little attention and exposure. Why is that? Stated by executives in the pesticide industry, this patent represents “the most disruptive technology we have ever witnessed.” And when the executives say disruptive, they are referring to it being disruptive to the chemical pesticides industry.

What has Paul discovered? The mycologist has figured out how to use mother nature’s own creations to keep insects from destroying crops. It’s what is being called SMART pesticides. These pesticides provide safe & nearly permanent solution for controlling over 200,000 species of insects – and all thanks to the ‘magic’ of mushrooms.

Paul does this by taking entomopathogenic Fungi (fungi that destroys insects) and morphs it so it does not produce spores. In turn, this actually attracts the insects who then eat and turn into fungi from the inside out!


This patent has potential to revolutionize the way humans grow crops – if it can be allowed to reach mass exposure.

To tolerate the use of pesticides in modern agriculture is to deny evidence proving its detrimental effects against the environment. Such ignorance really can no longer be tolerated. For example, can you imagine a world without bees? Monsanto’s chemical concoctions which are being sprayed all over farmers’ fields around the world are attributed to the large-scale bee die off. While a growing number of countries are banning Monsanto, it’s still being used in nations who should  be aware of its dangers. To say that  new methods  need to be implemented before it is too late is an understatement.

Monsanto presently generates $16 billion dollars per year (as reported in 2014), therefore you can be certain they do not want anything interrupting that flow of revenue. Such income gives them nearly limitless resources and abilities to suppress information that may be damaging their reputation.

But by becoming educated on the benefits of growing sustainable, organic, and bio-dynamic food, sharing articles like this, and boycotting GMO & herbicide-sprayed crops, the corporate demon may soon get the message.

Here is some information to help you understand more about the incredible patent discussed above:

The patent we are speaking of: 7,122,176

A list of all the patents Paul has applied for.

Wikipedia page about Paul Stamets.

And finally, here is a TedTalk video by Paul in 2008:

6 Ways Mushrooms Can Save The World

Source: Earth We Are One

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  1. im pretty sure crowdfunding would help his cause.

  2. I believe he has a lot of great points.

  3. This is so important it would be good if it could be ‘translated’ in some way so that it would appeal to a wider audience. I am a retired Biology teacher and even for me, some of the concepts were difficult to grasp. Everyone on the planet needs to know this.

  4. Yes, you have a great point. We can take another a look at the article and see how to make it more understandable for a wider audience.

  5. This begins by telling about his patent which will safely work as a pesticide but toward the end you switch to herbicide sprayed crops. (“But by becoming educated on the benefits of growing sustainable, organic, and bio-dynamic food, sharing articles like this, and boycotting GMO & herbicide-sprayed crops, the corporate demon may soon get the message.”) Why not stick with the initial focus? I LOVE the idea of ending Monsanto’s sales of bee killing (and other beneficial critters) insecticides and herbicides…but please keep your articles on one target at a time. Don’t start with insecticides and then switch to herbicides as if they are the same.

  6. I really appreciate the insight here in this post and wanted to say thank you for your share.

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