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WindwagonSmith

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  1. Um...apparently it's killing more than pigs. I doubt we'd be discussing it otherwise. From what I can tell...no one knows where it came from yet. I posted my question because I thought the topic was interesting and a conversation with about the mutation and spread of disease would be informative. If anybody wants to discuss that I'm all ears (or eyes as the case may be). Thanks for the responses.
  2. Do you usually insult people who come on here with honest questions Mr. Skeptic?
  3. Say it ain't so! (Is it so?) Merged post follows: Consecutive posts mergedNevermind I just found this: Here: http://machineslikeus.com/news/are-heart-cells-replaced
  4. I'm just wondering.... I know everything has *a* chance of being true so I included the word 'reasonable' up there for the sticklers. Thanks!
  5. Think this would be better asked in the Biochemisty Forum, no?
  6. Does anyone know where I can get more information specifically on this line of work? Or have personal anecdotes relating to this profession. Thanks. WWS
  7. Darn, I did a "Fantastic Contraption" search but I guess I should have looked a little harder. Is there any way to erase it?
  8. Yeah, I think the hardest part may be financial. But you don't go into Biology for the money....or so I've been told. And I'm not.
  9. Peeling myself like a tomato...thats funny. But how? That's the million-dollar question.
  10. So we both need to bathe in bleach and then change our diets? Or probably change the diet first then.... Thanks for all the responses.
  11. I've read in many separate places over a long period of time that bacteria are the main culprit for body odor. http://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C1GGLS_enUS315US316&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=dead+bacteria+body+odor
  12. This is kind of embarrassing but I swear my body odor has changed since meeting and being married to my wife. It smells like her body odor which is 'unique', or was, and so thats my question: Is body odor, or the bacteria that die and produce b.o., contagious/transmittable? Or is it probably something else causing this like the food we are eating? Also, I want my old B.O. back...any suggestions? I've tried vinegar under the arms, bleach solution, H202, a little bit of athletes foot spray(!), anything to kill off this strain so my old strain can prosper again. Nothing seem
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