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Old 02-02-2008, 02:23 PM   #61
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and it`s nice to see that you`re including Sweeping statements too, like "All bacteria don`t need... blah blah blah" when in actual fact you might be Right that not all DO need it, but 99.9999% do! (as illustration).

now either give GOOD Science here or Do not.

I demand Empirical evidence of your loose claims (from reputable sources) and I think the others here deserve the same courtesy!
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Old 02-02-2008, 03:18 PM   #62
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uuuh, i can't remember, yt .... did you throw away the salad ......
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Old 02-02-2008, 03:29 PM   #63
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Transmission vectors are live animals and insects that can transmit disease, again having nothing to do with airborne transmission of disease. A good example is a mosquito.

Better example is cats (or dogs). We have three healthy cats. Consequently anything they can get to is washed twice, once when I'm done and again when I go to use it."

Many, many millions of people throughout time have been killed by disease spread by mosquitoes and fleas. Malaria, Yellow Fever, Black Plague ring a bell.

While Cats and dogs can certainly be vectors, particularly if your septic system is failing in the back yard, they are not even in the same league with biting insects.
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Old 02-02-2008, 03:47 PM   #64
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and it`s nice to see that you`re including Sweeping statements too, like "All bacteria don`t need... blah blah blah" when in actual fact you might be Right that not all DO need it, but 99.9999% do! (as illustration).

now either give GOOD Science here or Do not.

I demand Empirical evidence of your loose claims (from reputable sources) and I think the others here deserve the same courtesy!
YT. I'm not sure why you are over-reacting so.

I have provided two links in this thread, both from reputable sources. I was pointing out that they need both moisture and food, not just moisture as you alluded to. And they don't need much. The amount of condensation from a cool produce section apple would provide plenty of moisture. Viruses often can live a very long time without food or moisture.

To Paraphrase the late Senator Patrick Moynahan, "You are entitled to your own opinion, but not you own facts"

If you believe I have mis-stated a fact, please provide a corrected one and a source and I will gladly acknowledge it.

Otherwise, I'd prefer that you didn't insinuate that I'm giving false information.
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Old 02-02-2008, 04:01 PM   #65
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uuuh, i can't remember, yt .... did you throw away the salad ......
I know what you are saying. But if I remember, he did throw out the salad.
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Old 02-02-2008, 04:24 PM   #66
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I know what you are saying. But if I remember, he did throw out the salad.
What a shame. Surely he could have put it in an anaerobic environment void of humidity and outside organic forces for a few days and it would have been fine
You know; pat it with a towel, grab your Foodsaver (or Reynold's handi-vac ) and bury it deep in the ground..... No?

Just jokin' guys... this thread should be a sticky, IMO. Along with how you scrub your potatoes (or not).
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Let's not forget the great 68 degree brined turkey debate of 2007.
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Old 02-02-2008, 04:40 PM   #68
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Let's not forget the great 68 degree brined turkey debate of 2007.
You guys are probably just thankful I never clicked on that thread
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You guys are probably just thankful I never clicked on that thread
I often wonder why I ever did.....
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