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Deep Frozen Arctic Microbes Are Waking Up
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Deep Frozen Arctic Microbes Are Waking Up

Thawing permafrost is releasing microorganisms, with consequences that are still largely unknown

https://www.scientificamerican.com/artic...waking-up/


As the global climate continues to warm, many questions remain about the periglacial environment. Among them: as water infiltration increases, will permafrost thaw more rapidly? And, if so, what long-frozen organisms might “wake up”?
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11-21-2020 11:20 PM

 




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Do you think they can turn into some form of spread for my toast?
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11-21-2020 11:21 PM

 




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Deep Frozen Arctic Microbes Are Waking Up

Thawing permafrost is releasing microorganisms, with consequences that are still largely unknown

https://www.scientificamerican.com/artic...waking-up/


As the global climate continues to warm, many questions remain about the periglacial environment. Among them: as water infiltration increases, will permafrost thaw more rapidly? And, if so, what long-frozen organisms might “wake up”?


Permafrost covers 24 percent of the Earth’s land surface, and the soil constituents vary with local geology. Arctic lands offer unexplored microbial biodiversity and microbial feedbacks, including the release of carbon to the atmosphere. In some locations, hundreds of millions of years’ worth of carbon is buried. The layers may still contain ancient frozen microbes, Pleistocene megafauna and even buried smallpox victims. As the permafrost thaws with increasing rapidity, scientists’ emerging challenge is to discover and identify the microbes, bacteria and viruses that may be stirring....
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-21-2020 11:20 PM)
Do you think they can turn into some form of spread for my toast?

Permafrost thaw in Siberia led to a 2018 anthrax outbreak and the death of 200,000 reindeer and a child. But the hardy spores of Bacillus anthracis may represent an exception to the brutal freeze-thaw cycle that degrades more delicate bacterial and viral pathogens. Their adaptable characteristics have allowed them to remain frozen and viable over centuries of inactivity....


...The microbiomes of the Arctic contain resilient and tenacious cold-adapted microbes. Some species survive as psychrophiles, a type of specialist specieshighly adapted to prolonged exposure to subfreezing conditions. These species may be lost with warming. Others survive by being highly adaptable, inhabiting many, varied niches. Understanding more about these generalists’ ecology and genomic diversity offers a window into the microbiome of the New Arctic. These generalist microbes that adapt to diverse conditions are the likely winners, as we lose the cryosphere....
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Do you think they can turn into some form of spread for my toast?

Permafrost thaw in Siberia led to a 2018 anthrax outbreak and the death of 200,000 reindeer and a child. But the hardy spores of Bacillus anthracis may represent an exception to the brutal freeze-thaw cycle that degrades more delicate bacterial and viral pathogens. Their adaptable characteristics have allowed them to remain frozen and viable over centuries of inactivity....


...The microbiomes of the Arctic contain resilient and tenacious cold-adapted microbes. Some species survive as psychrophiles, a type of specialist specieshighly adapted to prolonged exposure to subfreezing conditions. These species may be lost with warming. Others survive by being highly adaptable, inhabiting many, varied niches. Understanding more about these generalists’ ecology and genomic diversity offers a window into the microbiome of the New Arctic. These generalist microbes that adapt to diverse conditions are the likely winners, as we lose the cryosphere....

Yes, yes that's all and good. But can it made into a spread for my toast?
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11-21-2020 11:26 PM

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Just wait till "The Blob" thaws out.

chucklechucklechuckle
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11-21-2020 11:26 PM

 




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Earth is a giant life engine and it is always changing and evolving, plowing species under to make room for new life. It was never suppose to remain stagnant. That is a lesson humanity will eventually have to learn.
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Permafrost thaw in Siberia led to a 2018 anthrax outbreak and the death of 200,000 reindeer and a child. But the hardy spores of Bacillus anthracis may represent an exception to the brutal freeze-thaw cycle that degrades more delicate bacterial and viral pathogens. Their adaptable characteristics have allowed them to remain frozen and viable over centuries of inactivity....


...The microbiomes of the Arctic contain resilient and tenacious cold-adapted microbes. Some species survive as psychrophiles, a type of specialist specieshighly adapted to prolonged exposure to subfreezing conditions. These species may be lost with warming. Others survive by being highly adaptable, inhabiting many, varied niches. Understanding more about these generalists’ ecology and genomic diversity offers a window into the microbiome of the New Arctic. These generalist microbes that adapt to diverse conditions are the likely winners, as we lose the cryosphere....

Yes, yes that's all and good. But can it made into a spread for my toast?

No! sh*t is going to be released that turns people into zombies & a zombie is going to eat you & your toast!

OP: Thanx...interesting read :)
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11-21-2020 11:39 PM

 




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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-21-2020 11:25 PM)
Yes, yes that's all and good. But can it made into a spread for my toast?

No! sh*t is going to be released that turns people into zombies & a zombie is going to eat you & your toast!

OP: Thanx...interesting read :)

Goddamn zombies coming for our toast.

That zombie will have to pry my toast from my cold lifeless hands.
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11-21-2020 11:40 PM

 




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Look wait for December and see that is on your 2020 bingo card...
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11-21-2020 11:42 PM

 




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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-21-2020 11:39 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-21-2020 11:30 PM)
No! sh*t is going to be released that turns people into zombies & a zombie is going to eat you & your toast!

OP: Thanx...interesting read :)

Goddamn zombies coming for our toast.

That zombie will have to pry my toast from my cold lifeless hands.

LMAO!!
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11-21-2020 11:56 PM

 




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....It is clear that the warmer we make the Arctic, the weirder it will get, as temperatures at the surface become more extreme and thawing deepens. With the coalescence of microbes reawakening from the deep and surface conditions unprecedented in human history, it is challenging to assess risks accurately without improved Arctic microbial datasets. We should pay attention to both known unknowns, such as antibiotic-resistant bacteria, and unknown unknowns, including the potential risks from the resurrection of ancient and poorly described viral genomes from Arctic ice by synthetic biologists.....
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11-22-2020 12:07 AM

 




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A tenacious microbe: anthrax has been dormant for hundreds of years in burial grounds

https://ria.ru/20180320/1516791545.html?...daynews3_5

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MOSCOW, 20 Mar - RIA Novosti, Tatyana Pichugina. In the Far North, the risk of thawing of old cattle burial grounds with anthrax spores remains, the experts of the Antistikhia center reported recently. Two years ago, due to an outbreak of this dangerous disease in Yamal, a child died. RIA Novosti, together with an expert, figured out why anthrax could not be completely eradicated.

"The fiery pimple", from which livestock and people perished en masse, is mentioned in the ancient Russian annals. The name "anthrax" probably originated at the end of the 18th century, when this disease spread widely beyond the Ural Mountains and began to be studied.

In people with anthrax, the skin becomes covered with red carbuncles, which then turn black. Therefore, the pathogen was named Bacillus anthracis ("anthrax" in Greek means "coal").
"The spore form of the causative agent of anthrax lives for a very long time, this is its peculiarity. It remains active outside a living organism for about 250 years. There is a possibility that it may exist for 1300 years. As soon as suitable conditions arise, the dispute germinates and begins to act," comments RIA Novosti Leonid Marinin, the country's leading specialist in anthrax, candidate of medical sciences, head of the anthrax microbiology laboratory at the State Research Center for Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology (Obolensk).
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11-22-2020 12:09 AM

 




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Proof the Earth Is heating Up From the Inside Out!
Not Human Caused Climate Change!
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