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ALERT: Bacteria living 30,000 feet above earth affecting the weather!

 
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ALERT: Bacteria living 30,000 feet above earth affecting the weather!
Microorganisms have been found in virtually every corner of the Earth, from deep sea volcanoes to the tops of frozen mountains. They’ve also been discovered high up in the atmosphere — but scientists haven’t been entirely sure as to nature and extent of these elusive high-altitude organisms. Now, new research suggests that there’s a surprising amount of bacteria and fungi as high as 30,000 feet. And remarkably, these microbes could be affecting the climate, as well as contributing to the spread of diseases down on Earth.
To reach this conclusion, a team of scientists led by Athanasios Nenes rode aboard several NASA DC-8 aircraft to the middle and upper troposphere regions of the atmosphere above the Caribbean Sea and portions of the Atlantic Ocean. There, at about 6 miles (10 km) above the surface, they took samples of rarified air using onboard instruments and an array of filters.

The various trips that encompassed the Genesis and Rapid Intensification Processes campaign were timed so that the researchers could take samples both before and after a pair of tropical hurricanes swept through the regions below, namely hurricanes Earl and Karl in 2010.

Once back at the lab, the scientists used genetic techniques (i.e. polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and gene sequencing) to determine which kinds of microorganisms were present at such extreme altitudes, and in what quantities. According to the researchers, it was the first study of its kind — a paper that has now been published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

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Re: ALERT: Bacteria living 30,000 feet above earth affecting the weather!
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Re: ALERT: Bacteria living 30,000 feet above earth affecting the weather!
Microorganisms have been found in virtually every corner of the Earth, from deep sea volcanoes to the tops of frozen mountains. They’ve also been discovered high up in the atmosphere — but scientists haven’t been entirely sure as to nature and extent of these elusive high-altitude organisms. Now, new research suggests that there’s a surprising amount of bacteria and fungi as high as 30,000 feet. And remarkably, these microbes could be affecting the climate, as well as contributing to the spread of diseases down on Earth.
To reach this conclusion, a team of scientists led by Athanasios Nenes rode aboard several NASA DC-8 aircraft to the middle and upper troposphere regions of the atmosphere above the Caribbean Sea and portions of the Atlantic Ocean. There, at about 6 miles (10 km) above the surface, they took samples of rarified air using onboard instruments and an array of filters.

The various trips that encompassed the Genesis and Rapid Intensification Processes campaign were timed so that the researchers could take samples both before and after a pair of tropical hurricanes swept through the regions below, namely hurricanes Earl and Karl in 2010.

Once back at the lab, the scientists used genetic techniques (i.e. polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and gene sequencing) to determine which kinds of microorganisms were present at such extreme altitudes, and in what quantities. According to the researchers, it was the first study of its kind — a paper that has now been published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Read more at: [link to www.ziyadnazem.info]
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when you know about colloidal silver you dont worry about stories like this...just saying.

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