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Frog booger?
maybelle180 Views: 3,649
Published: 7 years ago
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Frog booger?

Oops, possibly rude to frog...
I mentioned the audacity of the "booger" sitting on a hair in the referred video to resemble a frog...which, I SEE. Can You?Now please. It's pretty obviously a tree frog. I really don't want to re-view the vid, but MY POINT is not that I could be crazy, or hallucinating....but fact: these are recognizable features from the GENES that were eaten by the rotifer. yes.

Rotifers EAT genes and appear to closely resemble their previous environment when they rehydrate. I know thats complicated. But it's true and we must use this info in fighting this thing.

Helloo yes it fits. The bizarre images in morg photos have a valid explanation. Was that a big deal? Cos that's why I was calling sixty minutes. but they care not, perhaps I was too blithe about my findings.
Seems a BIG deal to me if theres an invisible organism that can go parasitic, but we DONT BELIEVE IN PARASITES. Righteous. And images rendered by scopes = ridiculous...without that important key to interpretation. It's in the DNA

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