Originally Posted by AphexDreamer
I think its a little bit more than just luck. This didn't just happen on its own.
"But the Russians’ extraordinary report is likely to provoke calls for more proof. “It’s beyond the bounds of what we’d expect,” said Alastair Murdoch, an expert on seed viability at the University of Reading in England. When poppy seeds are kept at minus 7 degrees Celsius, the temperature the Russians reported for the campions, after only 160 years just 2 percent of the seeds will be able to germinate, Dr. Murdoch noted."
Well what i dread is if the could make it grow i surly hope it don't get introduced to days eco system.
This is no poppy seed and is some thing that needs to be handled carefully as if your info is right we have no frigging idea of this plant as we don't have an thing that could stand that time.