Microbes Point the Way To Shipwrecks
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    Microbes Point the Way To Shipwrecks

    Interesting read. Maybe in the future treasure hunters will look for specific microbial signatures to find, identify and evaluate shipwrecks. Perhaps a microbiologist will even be a standard addition to the crew when searching:

    Microbes Point the Way To Shipwrecks

    Things like age, country of origin, type of ship, etc might have distinct microbial signatures that could be used to determine what is on board, and if it is worth checking out.
    Middenmonster

    There are things you can replace. And others you cannot. The time has come to weigh those things. This space is getting hot. Whoa! This space is getting hot!

 

 

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