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4th March 2008 - 11:08 PM
How about that old slogan of: Feed a cold and starve a fever? How does Riboflavin react with energy transport in people if it can fuel the Shewanella bacterium? Does this mean that if we get a cold that we are in the formative state of being reduced to a more minor state of organic existence? If one feeds bacteria won't it grow more populous? How can the bacteria be contained and allowed to generate a massive amount of energy at the same time? It's like letting Obama run the country contrary to his political experience! Hillary is anti-health crisis and pro universal bacterial energy controll (health care of course)
10th March 2008 - 05:49 PM
A plasma can be very much a light, and conduct electricity.
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