Bacteria 100 million years old Revived

Johnny b

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Nov 6, 2016
Kinda looks like 'they' aren't going to die any time soon.
Might be worthwhile discovering the mechanism that keeps them going.


Aug 20, 2000
And bacteria, or remnants of, have also been found in meteorites. Not alive, but there allegedly.
Reminds me of a Jurassic Park (movie, et. al.) scenario, in a way. Suggested by
lunarlander's post.
We don't need another pandemic, whether viral (persistent buggers) or bacterial problem.
But at the same time, who knows what can be learned from studying such things?
New medicines, cures for dread disease perhaps?

I know that's serious work, serious business...and perhaps the "cycle of life" as we commonly think of it, may come around and go around longer than we think.

But still, being in a mood atm, I can't help but say:
"It's the little things in life that make it worth living"
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