QH447 – Map of 4,246 Microorganisms Found in Subways all around the World ~ @ Martin 95 (Registered Residency Student)

Happy days for subway riders, a wearable SmartPhone map of microorganisms found in subways all around the world.

Data collected by over 900 scientist and volunteers.

Did the scientists brave the subways to swab? Or send in the volunteers?  How many extra microorganisms did they introduce into our beloved subways?

It is new, it is exciting, METASUB: THE METAGENOMICS AND METADESIGN OF THE SUBWAYS AND URBAN BIOMES.

The good news is that subways have only 4,246 species of microorganisms, two-thirds bacteria, most of the rest fungi, a few viruses sprinkled in, just to keep us guessing about novel virus mutations.

Or,  ‘unknown.’

Isn’t that fun?

Unknown?

Imagine all the recreational sex that 4,246 species of microorganisms are having with us?

Is Greenland the place on that map to be?

Should we move our prayer headquarters to Greenland?

@ Martin 95 (Registered Residency Student)

NOTE by T.J. (Jurist) — Comments made under this post should be made as comments under Underground Moebius ~ UM-86 ∩ Romans 8:6-8 ~ Pure Inductive Learning.    Please combine these two posts in your studies.

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Access Portal for full-time Students ~ Moebius is an infinite split plane and is derived from the word in Hebrews 5:14 ~ “mature” ~ which is from two Greek words, stereos and tropos ~ the two Greek words for dual (stereos) and split-planes (tropos) ~ geometric planes of battlefields fabled to split open and swallow enemies and give victory ~ also from Romans 8:6-8 ∩ UM-8:6-8 @ Δ/δ which are delta movements infinitely integrating prayer and obedience in path-dependent services ~ “Pray in the Spirit at all times, with every kind of prayer and petition. To this end, stay alert with all perseverance in your prayers for all the saints,” (Ephesians 6:18). Thank you to Inigo auto-da-fé (SJ) for the etymology.

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