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(Science Focus)   When subby was in college, if you threw them at the wall and they stuck, you washed them, you didn't bury them   ( divider line
    More: Strange, Soil, Carbon dioxide, Greenhouse gas, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Global warming, carbon footprint, soil health  
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2021-04-18 4:26:31 AM  
News in briefs

nope. not reading any more.
2021-04-18 5:38:01 AM  
2021-04-18 5:44:18 AM  

log_jammin: News in briefs

nope. not reading any more.

Once again, reporters who are jockeying for our attention fail to win us over with wedge issues.
2021-04-18 6:11:25 AM  
After reading (I know, right?) the article I am still a bit unclear on why they chose underpants in particular. Perhaps the University of Zurich received an erroneous shipment of tighty whities from Amazon, and they didn't want them back? Is Switzerland worried about the stewardship of their strategic underwear supply? Or perhaps it's something more nefarious. Imagine cultivating a wild strain of soil bacteria that had a particular affinity for underwear. After many thousand generations of artificial selection they would be ready to strike. The Swiss could destroy all of earth's underpants and then conveniently offer special bacteria-resistant briefs for a reasonable price and perhaps some minor political concessions. Neutral? Ha! The Swiss are coming for your trunks.
2021-04-18 7:55:30 AM  
The gnomes of Zurich are nefarious indeed.
2021-04-18 8:32:18 AM  
I would rather go to a lecture than a laundrette...
2021-04-18 10:33:15 AM  
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2021-04-18 11:13:52 AM  

comrade: The gnomes of Zurich are nefarious indeed.

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2021-04-18 11:57:42 AM  

Fano: [ image 194x259]?

A friend of mine had a house with a vaulted ceiling. Early on one of his kids threw one of those octopuses and it stuck there for 8-years out of reach. I was sad it finally fell off.
2021-04-18 7:35:14 PM  
In Switzerland, they had brotherly love, they had five hundred years of democracy and peace - and what did that produce? 2,000 pairs of buried underpants.

/so long Holly
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