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(BBC-US)   Worm drool could be the answer to the World's problems, despite what submitter keeps hearing in bars   (bbc.com) divider line
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487 clicks; posted to STEM » on 05 Oct 2022 at 6:05 AM (7 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-10-05 2:59:55 AM  
Worm Drool, live, this weekend.
 
2022-10-05 7:44:44 AM  
I have seen the damage they can do to bees wax. Little bastards.
Eating plastic may be good. Maybe our whole world will melt.
 
2022-10-05 8:21:53 AM  
Hmm always thought they called them wax worms because they looked waxy, bees need to be protected.

Moth looks like a hairy bird with a cape.

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2022-10-05 9:19:54 AM  
Polyethylene is a close cousin to cellulose, break it down a little and it's a viable resource. It's hypothesized that cellulose didn't decay for millions of years to build the coal banks we burn today. Because nothing could eat it back then.
 
2022-10-05 11:16:03 AM  
If "worm drool" is some euphemism for ejaculation, I'm probably single-handedly solving all the worlds problems.

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2022-10-05 1:35:53 PM  
I read it as warm drool, and was going to say I only get that in the best tittie bars.
 
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