Saturday, April 9, 2016

Corn Is A Fungus Controlling Our Brains

Mouseover text:"Conspiracy theory: There's no such thing as corn. Those fields you see are just the stalks of a fungus that's controlling our brains to make us want to spread it."

A recent XKCD comic (jokingly?) posed the hypothesis that corn is a fungus controlling our brains convincing us to spread corn. It's a little laughable based on what we think we know about agriculture, but the root of this idea is something interesting to think about. The comic might also be satire about the American reliance on corn.

Not so silly: Check out this National Geographic article about 5 "zombie" parasites who control the mind of their host. So this exists in nature. Do you think the hosts know that they are being controlled? And there are also substances in nature that completely alter human states of consciousness. It's not toooooo far fetched to think that there actually could be a fungus that controls human minds in a self-propagating parasite way (opposed to a tripping-balls kinda way).

There is also the M.NightShlaimalisyaosifyan classic, The Happening, wherein nature gets angry and makes people kill themselves or something. Preview. (Not to be confused with the fappening)

Or maybe humans are a parasite, controlling the brain of the planet. The possibilities are endless.

There actually is a fungus that grows on corn and is desirable in some culinary circles. Huitlacoche aka corn smut. If anything controls brains it's food. Remember that old adage about the quickest way to a man's heart? But wait, a heart isn't a brain. Although, getting those is half the plot of The Wizard of Oz.

Maybe this is all why the government spreads chemtrails. It's not mind control. It's to break mind control. Kill the corn and release our minds. Name 1 food item with more than 1 ingredient that doesn't have corn in it.