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Mystery bacteria growing on nuclear fuel rods have unknown DNA sequence — “Right now we are trying to figure out what they’re using for food”

 
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Mystery bacteria growing on nuclear fuel rods have unknown DNA sequence — “Right now we are trying to figure out what they’re using for food”
A mysterious, cobweblike growth with a fondness for Savannah River Site’s spent nuclear fuel has been identified – but not formally named.

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The “white, stringlike” substance was first observed in October among old fuel assemblies

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“We were able to identify a large portion of the bacteria making up the cobwebs, but there were certainly some where the DNA sequencing came back as unknown,” [Christopher Berry, the senior technical adviser of the Savannah River National Labortory (sic)] said.
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Re: Mystery bacteria growing on nuclear fuel rods have unknown DNA sequence — “Right now we are trying to figure out what they’re using for food”
Sorry, This has already been posted several times
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09/10/2012 09:33 PM
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Re: Mystery bacteria growing on nuclear fuel rods have unknown DNA sequence — “Right now we are trying to figure out what they’re using for food”
YES, BUT .... WHO said it is the 'first step' in it's feeding process, OR, that after that it feeds on human flesh, dead OR ALIVE !

" Good things come from GE ".
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Re: Mystery bacteria growing on nuclear fuel rods have unknown DNA sequence — “Right now we are trying to figure out what they’re using for food”
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Re: Mystery bacteria growing on nuclear fuel rods have unknown DNA sequence — “Right now we are trying to figure out what they’re using for food”
It is obviously highly mutated contamination. Which would obviously continue to evolve rapidly so long as it's in contact with the radioactive material.
But it won't grow a beak, I promise you that.

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