Friday, December 6, 2013

Yes we can, mushrooms can change the weather

Mushrooms can change the weather, according to new research by UCLA and Trinity College that looked into how the fungi can disperse their spores without wind. The study discovered mushrooms create their own wind by creating water vapor, cooling the air around them and thereby creating a current that turns into wind, helping the spores create new mushrooms. RT's Ameera David takes a look at which types of mushrooms are the wind-creating kind.

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