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The Splitting - Lorna Wood

The Splitting – Lorna Wood

We were I then. I floated in the element, a sticky, warm, viscous fluid full of nutrients. The smallest food dissolved and slipped in through the pores of my integument. 801 more words

Writing

Ancient Civilization of Microbes who built ‘Lost City’, Not Greeks

Zykanthos is a Greek island in Ionian Sea and there are many stories about this lost city. It is the time when snorkelers discovered the ancient stonework and excavations in the bay off to this Greek island and government archaeologist began to investigate. 232 more words

Microorganism

Badass bacteria are thriving in your washing machine

by Piter Kehoma Boll

You probably have heard of bacteria (and archaeans) that live in extreme environments on Earth, such as hot springs or lakes with high salinity, where most lifeforms would die horribly in a few seconds. 197 more words

Biodiversity

Whitewater center systems inadequate to filter water

A federal health official says chlorination and filtration systems at the U.S. National Whitewater Center, where a rafter was infected by a deadly amoeba, were inadequate to properly clean the facility’s waters.

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Contaminants In Water

Whitewater center systems inadequate to filter water

A federal health official says chlorination and filtration systems at the U.S. National Whitewater Center, where a rafter was infected by a deadly amoeba, were inadequate to properly clean the facility’s waters.

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Contaminants In Water

Veterans Home installs new water system to battle bacteria

The water system was put in place to keep residents safe from Legionnaires’ disease, which sickened 53 people and led to 12 deaths at the Illinois Veterans Home last year.

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Contaminants In Water