"Large concentrations of bacteria identified in the nuclei of hailstones suggests that airborne microorganisms may be responsible for the formation of these weather events. Participants will discuss these findings as well as the implications they may have for understanding of the role microbes play in controlling the weather." ~ if you say so, - mew ~
source video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iE-74v8vJqg
Such an awkward interview... 30+ minutes runtime.
source article: http://nanopatentsandinnovations.blogspot.com/2011/05/role-of-bacteria-in-wea...
ASM Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/microbeworld
So, what are they trying to say? With that kind of verbal footwork, they could be saying "hailstones have begun spurting out little baby alien monsters upon ground impact, and we need that to not happen anymore so we are researching how the little fuggerz get inside hailstones in the first place, because when they come out they are INSATIOUSLY thirsty for HUMAN BONE MARROW and they have teeth to put a barracuda to shame!!"
You know? Fancy, stuttering footwork. I reserve personal opinion until my neural networks feel a connection has been made. But something seems "off". Tata!
The American Society for Microbiology website:
Uploaded by Sheilaaliens on May 25, 2011
Note Recon Earth: I don't know how you took this but I got the overwhelming sense that these guys were holding back the 800 lb elephant. There seems to be one hell of a lot more to this. And so the digging continues...