Monday, November 9, 2009

Bacteria is driving us around like cars

The more research I do on bacteria and their impact on our lives as humans, the more I am convinced of their importance. Bacteria may have been the driving force in evolution on this planet, the reason we think certain things, and maybe even the reason the planet and the universe exists in the first place.

I have learned a lot about how good healthy bacteria spread from mother to son, or mentor to student, or friend to friend has a deep impact on how the two people grow. Most bacteria are constantly growing in intelligence and learning from its surroundings.

If anyone has more information on studies about bacteria or germs I would love to hear them.

Meanwhile, I plan to wash my hands with only water, and never use shampoo or take any medicine. I plan to host great bacteria inside my body!


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Andrew said...

People survived long before antibacterial soap hit the market. I assume that normal exposure to bacteria is good for our immune system. Demonizing bacteria is good for consumer product sales, but it is not natural to live in a sterile environment.