i think there's about 1 millilitre of covid in a person so multiply that by a few million and that would be about enough to fill one of these.If you gathered up all the coronavirus in the world, how big would the blob be?
Would it fill a cup, a refrigerator, a house?
being a nematode sounds good.If reincarnation is real, what species you come back as probably doesn't affect your quality of life that much. From a human perspective, being an eagle seems cool and being a dung beetle seems lame, but they're both adapted to see their own lives as normal. It depends more on each individual's circumstances, like how healthy they are and how much food is in the area.
being a nematode sounds good.
spending your whole life just eating and mating with no rivals trying to kill you or having to worry about waste or even being eaten just multiplying without dying of old age with the only worry being if your host died somewhere away from any fish you could infest and you starved but there's no ability to feel pain or discomfort so you'd just fall asleep and drift away peacefully into death in your slumber.
if that's what humans consider evil then sign me up.I have to admit, I've daydreamed about being a worm or a microorganism sometimes when life feels too complicated. They seem so peaceful and cozy, just wiggling around, doing their thing
More talking about the germ control... like, we turn on the water with dirty hands (possibly). Then we soap and wash. Just to touch the water knob that could be contaminated again. Which could have been dirty from the person before doing the same thing.so you don't take too much soap, soap is more costly to them then water
More talking about the germ control... like, we turn on the water with dirty hands (possibly). Then we soap and wash. Just to touch the water knob that could be contaminated again. Which could have been dirty from the person before doing the same thing.
Why do places and homes have automatic soap dispensers, but manual faucets? You still have to turn the water off at the end of everything.
This really makes me want to create a 1950's-style PSA warning parents about the dangers of furries.Hey guys, remember when we would literally act like animals as kids?