When I was in high school, my fellow scientists and I sat down at our cafeteria table one day and developed an amazing invention. The device, decidedly avionic, was designated "OFUK-Airplane." Its hull consisted of a styrofoam container of applesauce and assorted fruit chunks, complete with a plastic lid. Its propulsion system was of similar construction, based on an empty container which once also housed applesauce. The deck and stabilizer system comprised various pieces of plastic cuttlery carefully crafted according to the following blueprint:After days of work (or about 8 minutes to the untrained observer), the finished product emerged:After its maiden voyage, OFUK was placed into storage for a term of months. Following those months, I retrieved the device and opened it up to inspect the quality of the food supply (delicious applesauce) within. I was greeted by no less than six distinct species of mold, which included the following: your typical white mold; a similar breed, featuring orange highlights; a bizarre offshoot which forms circular dense bodies with grayish green in the middle; a bluish, furry kind which grows in fluffy lumps; a henshit-green, satin-textured kind; an extremely granular, almost dust-like blue-green-gray kind; and finally, some odd, prolific species that resembles spent coffee grounds.For your interest, I will link to some photos that I fortunately snapped of that, as well:Photo from aboveBird's-eyeIntrigued by my findings, I decided to push aside the mold and sample a taste. Nearby classmates watched in eager anticipation, and slight horror, as I consumed roughly half the months-old applesauce. I can understand their horror, as these were supposed to have been rations for the voyage, however, I was confident in our ability to replace it cheaply. Besides, this was conducted in the interests of science.To that end, I found that the sauce on top was sweeter than that at the bottom, possibly due to sugars being produced or transported by the mold.I also believe I am now immune to all staphylococcus-family infection. Like some mold-powered superhero.Thanks for tuning in.