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(Gizmodo)   Bacteria found in nuclear reactors might be the key to faster, cheaper, not great, not terrible vaccines   (gizmodo.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Vaccine, Bacteria, Gamma ray, Immune system, Ionizing radiation, Mike Daly, safer vaccines, Radiobiology  
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2020-06-18 12:34:04 PM  
1950's sci fi plot to the rescue!  This time, the movie ends great!  I promise!
 
2020-06-18 1:16:45 PM  
Hey!  That tastes great!  What is it?

Bacteria found in nuclear reactors!

Hmmmmmm...Does it have any additives?
 
2020-06-18 5:27:47 PM  
Or, just playing devil's advocate here... radioactive bacteria could be the end of all mankind

Given how 2020 has gone so far, do we really want to tempt fate?
 
2020-06-18 6:19:38 PM  

OldRod: Or, just playing devil's advocate here... radioactive bacteria could be the end of all mankind

Given how 2020 has gone so far, do we really want to tempt fate?


Well, we can't count on Giant Meteor to do the job.
 
2020-06-18 9:14:29 PM  
We have to think about what kind of world we're leaving for the reactor bacteria.

/DNRTFA - these are the really big bacteria they found in water towers in Birminham, England, right?
 
2020-06-18 9:59:00 PM  
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