abecedarian paradoxious, on 24 January 2013 - 07:10, said:
And these people get paid to make obvious observations?
I want my grant for proposing that dust from one area can move through the atmosphere into another area via 'normal', natural means.
And I need money to research farts in the produce section at the grocery store can be detected in canned goods and dairy.
... research suggests that bacteria may form the necessary nuclei that facilitates cloud droplet formation (replacing the previous theory that inorganic particulates were the only nuclei), which would otherwise have a harder time to form in their absence ... yeah, that's an obvious observation ...
This is the same process by which silver iodide is used to induce rain through cloud seeding. But natural, and caused by bacteria.
Albert, on 24 January 2013 - 07:11, said:
bacterias are good for planet earth. for human. not so much. which is why it is good for the eco system.
Bacteria are good for people too... not all bacteria is bad...