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From: Marina (188.2.81.16)
Subject:         Bacteria
Date: May 12, 2014 at 10:53 am PST

Dear Doug,

how r u? I hope all is well...

I have been reading something about how bacteria are bad and I
gave a thought to what I read, so I wonder does my thinking
makes any sense...

As far as I know, bacteria have been blamed and accused for
many "diseases", but they are actually innocent. As far as I
understand: bacteria are found at the spot of the crime, but
they were not the ones who committed the crime. Bacteria are
everywhere, but the medical model pays only attention to them
when they find them at the spot of some "disease" and instead
of praising them in that moment for trying to clean the
garbage, they accuse them of causing the "disease".

When I was in the medical school (what a mistake!) we learnt
about many different types of bacteria. Now... I am
thinking... could it be that there is only one type of
bacteria, but when they eat on certain residues then they
"become a certain type". What type - depends on what they ate
- what garbage they had to clean up.

Does this makes sense? Or I shouldn't be thinking so much? :)

Thank you in advance,
Marina

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