|In collaboration with Dr David Seimens at Black Hills State University, graduate student Anand Varma has come one step closer to confirming my belief that fungus is intimately involved in human cancers. Varma has discovered that fungus manipulates the wild mustard plant and creates a completely different plant that he calls a “pseudo flower.”|
Ordinarily wild mustard plants produce small white flowers that bloom late in the season. The mustard plants fungal infection now suppresses its ability to produce it’s own flowers. Instead, it begins blooming early with large, sweet smelling yellow flowers and modified leaves. Now that the mustard plant genetically modified, mustard pollen is no longer produced by it. Rather the plant begins producing fungus. As the wind spreads the fungus to nearby plants, they too become infected with fungus and begin producing fungus instead of pollen as this vicious and destructive cycle continues.
MY TAKE-This is genetic hijacking, plain and simple! How many cancer patients feel as though their cells have been hijacked? Indeed, I believe they have!