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  1. General Discussion
    Houston and other regions got another taste of flooding this week. It seems like some people haven't learned much since the Harvey floods. I'm no flood expert, but did learn a few things. Perhaps others can add to the things to be careful of. 1) Until you can prove otherwise, assume flood...
  2. Food and water
    Found the answer online. Apparently copper will not stop bacteria in wet environments. "The difference between dry and wet surfaces, such as copper pipes, is that only dry surfaces are inhospitable environments for bacterial growth. Bacteria can easily grow and reproduce in wet environments...
  3. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    So, you want to raise some fish? Tag along with me while i do just that this summer. My plan is to raise about 150 channel catfish. Depending upon growth, we may not harvest them until spring 2015. I am not an expert on raising fish by no means, but having raised catfish in the past, i think I...
  4. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    This is for the people whom argue CS does not kill bacteria. Probably though they won't even bother to look and if they do won't reply.:rolleyes: http://thesilveredge.com/video-how-to-prove-colloidal-silver-kills-bacteria.shtml http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=3q6fp-gbtpM
  5. Nuclear, Biological and Chemical (NBC) Survival
    For a long time and over many posts I've expressed a view point that we may face a relatively unexpected threat from virological or bacterial vectors. I tend to watch trends both domestic and global. Yesterday there was a story in the news about Superbugs. There's a video out now but...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Sorry if this has already been covered well enough, but I have been really intrigued in culturing my own bacteria. And since I'm on summer break and have more than two cents to rub together, I decided to try and start a growth chamber up. My primary goals are to understand how to culture...
  7. General Discussion
    I just finished watching this 20 minute video on bacteria. Dr. Bonnie Bassler from Princeton University speaks on how bacteria communicate with each other by forming words out of simple molecules. It explains how bacteria strategize together on how to 'take down' their host, systems of...
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