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Alaskan Village's Orange Goo Was Fungal Spores 47

Posted by Soulskill
from the this-is-how-the-zombie-apocalypse-starts dept.
olsmeister writes "In a follow-up to a report that was mentioned on Slashdot a week ago, the NOAA has determined that the orange 'goo' that washed up on the beaches at the remote Alaska village of Kivalina was not eggs of crustaceans, but rather spores from a fungus that creates rust on plants. It is not known whether the fungus is harmful to humans or not."
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Alaskan Village's Orange Goo Was Fungal Spores

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  • by forgot_my_username (1553781) on Friday August 19, 2011 @05:08PM (#37148128) Homepage
    But you can't cause you just posted... damn... now, I can't as well.
    Ok, so Sarah Palin, a polar bear, and a cup of orange fungus spores walk into a bar...
    They all saddle up to the bar for a drink.
    The polar bear looks at Palin and then says to the orange fungus spores... I guess they will serve anyone here
    Sarah Palin then blurts out "I'm a frayed knot!"

    you didn't say it had to be a good joke.

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