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Green Xenon

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  1. That's true. Too much good is bad. Moderation is key. That's why I hate it when the media brainwashes individuals into thinking that all germs are bad. But the chances of me getting too much of "my favorite bacteria" are low enough not to be of concern. Right? As for the obligate anaerobe experiment it would be fun to try it with raw, annatto-free, preservative-free, carrageen-free, carrageenan-free, polysorbate-free, purely-natural, completely-organic milk of healthy happy Jersey cows [who graze solely on natural pasture].
  2. Hi: My favorite bacteria are completely non-pathogenic, non-toxic, and non-allergenic. In terms of respiration, they are facultative-anaerobes [can use oxygen but don't need it], obligate anaerobes [can only survive in total or near-total absence of oxygen], or aerotolerant-anaerobes [can survive in oxygen but don't use it for respiration]. No obligate aerobes [need oxygen to survive and can withstand high levels of oxygen] or microaerophiles [need oxygen to survive but in small amounts and will die if exposed to the high oxygen levels tolerable by obligate aerobes and aerotolerant anaerobes]. No gram-negatives either. They can be gram-positive or gram-neutral but not gram negative. I want my house to be mostly clean but filled with my favorite bacteria. The amount of these bacteria should be enough to perceptibly affect the transparency of the air in my house. Aside from the bacteria, I would like my house to be free of dirt. I want to drink water that is perfectly clean but still contains my favorite bacteria. So many bacteria that the otherwise-clean water looks cloudy. I want to culture my food with my favorite bacteria prior to eating it. I love these bacteria so much that I never use any soap or detergent on my clothes. I wash my clothes with just water. I try whatever possible to help bacteria thrive in my house. I don’t use any chemical cleaners in any part of my house. Just pure water. On the dry areas I vacuum. When I shower, I don’t use any soap or shampoo, just clean water. I don’t use any lotion either because it might kill the bacteria on me. When my lips are dry, I use a bacteria-friendly Vaseline. I bathe until I am totally clean but I don’t use any soap, shampoo, lotion, anti-perspirant, perfume or deodorant. Also, I never take anti-biotics even when the doctor says so. Bacteria are good for us. The only product with anti-microbial properties that I use is Colgate-Total-Clean-Mint [CTCM] toothpaste. I use it on the back of my tongue every morning to get rid of bad breath. The source of bad breath is that junk that develops on the rear of the tongue everynight. Brushing the tongue alone will not eliminate the stench. A strong deodorizing toothpaste like CTCM is a must. They should change the description from “tooth”paste to “tongue”paste. Every morning I place a big blob of that CTCM paste on my tongue and brush with that sonicare all the way to the back of my tongue. Voila! No more bad breath. I do this every morning. Other than the CTCM on my tongue, I don’t use any substance with anti-bacterial properties. I use CTCM only to deodorize my tongue. I don’t use it for anything else. I wish CTCM didn’t harm the good bacteria in my mouth. Here is the problem: Just how do I increase and keep my favorite bacteria around me while eliminating the germs I don’t want [i.e. fungi and anything other than my favorite bacteria]???????????????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?! Lord please help me with this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks, Green Xenon
  3. Hi: Does a device that switches frequency [in number of Hz] with peak-to-peak amplitude [in number of in electron(s)-per-second-per-square-meter] – and visa versa -- exist? If not, is it possible to construct one? In this device, the input of a signal that has a frequency of X Hz and a peak-to-peak amplitude of Y electron-per-second-per-square-meter will result in the output of a signal that has a frequency of Y Hz and a peak-to-peak amplitude of X electron-per-second-per-square-meter. Thanks, Green
  4. S.epidermidis is a gram-positive pathogen that eats away connective tissues and walls of blood vessels from the outside and then inward. Wounds caused by S.epidermidis do not coagulate, clot or harden. S.epidermidis dissolves connective tissues and the walls of blood vessels instantly. S.epidermidis is also a lethal anticoagulant. It does not prevent clotting initially but liquefies any clots that have formed. Platelets in the wounds are allowed to go through the chemical reaction that would clot blood, however these clots dissolve right after they are formed. Here are the characteristics of a wound caused by S.epidermidis: 1. The epidermal, papillary-dermal, and reticular-dermal tissues are dissolved and the portions of capillaries supplying them are also liquefied. 2. Profuse bleeding from the wound [due to damage of the capillary walls and the anti-coagulant affects of S.epidermidis]. Fatalities associated with S.epidermidis wounds are a result of massive hemorrhaging from those wounds. Enzymes produced by the S.epidermidis prevent blood from oxidizing, losing oxygen or decomposing to bilirubin or other substances that would normally cause blood to get stale and turn brown. Hence the blood at the site of injury always remains bright red and liquid. S.epidermidis has an affinity for scar tissues and inflamed areas. Hence S.epidermidis easily dissolves scar tissue and un-roofs blisters making it impossible for the infected regions to swell. S.epidermidis's coagulase enzyme breaks down any coagulated tissue -- including blood clots. In addition, S.epidermidis liquefies and consumes any keratin it can find -- this causes hair, nails and any remaining epidermis to be extremely soft, smooth, tender and elastic.
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