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Dinosaur-era microbes brought back to life

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Jon the frog

What can go wrong...

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Nnicolette

Coronavirus just isn't doing it lets try to revive whatever was around with the dinosaurs.... Brilliant.

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Desertrat56

That's just what we need!

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jethrofloyd

There is no need to panic, these are a microbes, not a viruses. B)

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Desertrat56
4 minutes ago, jethrofloyd said:

There is no need to panic, these are a microbes, not a viruses. B)

Will they eat oil or plastic?

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jethrofloyd
10 hours ago, Desertrat56 said:

Will they eat oil or plastic?

They will only eat a plastic dinosaur toys. And inflatable rubber dinosaurs too. Since they are coming from the dinosaur-era, nothing else will be known to them.

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Vox
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Could this be extrapolated to finding life on Mars for example?  There was an almost total absence of food in this occasion and yet the microbes were still alive 100 million years later.


If Mars had ever had life in the past 100 million years, could we find microbes in a similar situation?

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Poncho_Peanatus

fascinating, any info on these bacterias?

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Desertrat56
16 hours ago, Poncho_Peanatus said:

fascinating, any info on these bacterias?

Microbes.

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Swede
5 hours ago, Desertrat56 said:

Microbes.

Bacteria are microbes.

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