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Thread: What Is the difference between good bacteria and bad bacteria?

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    Smile What Is the difference between good bacteria and bad bacteria?

    Hi folks,

    Please describe the differences between bacteria that is considered good and bad? What kind of bacteria is typically found in the food source beans?

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    I think you meant your post for WebMD.
    All these guys know about beans is their content of ... uh ... "energy".

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    Quote Originally Posted by jboggs View Post
    I think you meant your post for WebMD.
    All these guys know about beans is their content of ... uh ... "energy".


    Body Mass (person) / [(Mass (Beans - lbs) x time consumed (minutes))^3] = Number of friends present
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    Mmmm baked beans with a bunch of bacon...
    Getting close to lunchtime...

    Apparently... the "good" bacteria do indeed help our systems to generate more energy out of things we eat.

    I'm totally in the dark regarding bacteria so I did a search and found this right on the top... might want to have a look here...?
    http://www.wisegeek.com/what-are-good-bacteria.htm

    I don't believe much of what I hear on the news about things that are good or bad for you. One day eggs are bad... the next they're good. Dark green vegetables good... next day bad. I say it's all good if you mix it up and everything in moderation. We all need to die of something some day anyway. It'd be a real bummer if I passed up a big piece of rhubarb pie with a scoop of yellow vanilla on it for health concerns only to be struck by a bolt of lightening the next day...

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    Methane as a biofuel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCR5600Design View Post
    Methane as a biofuel?

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    The methane collection device would an interesting apparatus...

    Wasn't there an issue a couple of years back about Bovine (cow) methane destroying the ozone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelly Bramble View Post
    The methane collection device would an interesting apparatus...
    Already exist in the Medical world. Apparently patients who have just had intestinal/bowel/etc surgery, the first good sign that everything is working OK again is the bubble-test (my words) They apparently have a collection tube in place (gasp) and a monitor to signal to nursing staff, "we have gas!" Whoopeeee."

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    I can hear the conversation now... "Oh you work at the hospital eh... what do you do there?"...

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    Gas monitor?
    Fume catcher?
    Bubble bagger?
    Methane wrangler?

    I won't get into the "collection insertion" category.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RWOLFEJR View Post
    I can hear the conversation now... "Oh you work at the hospital eh... what do you do there?"...
    I work in the “Sustainable Green Energy” division of the healthcare industry!

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    Way off the original track...


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    Quote Originally Posted by CCR5600Design View Post
    Way off the original track...


    train-derail.jpg
    You have to admit though - this thread has "gas"

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    It's got something...

    I'm all for going green. Personally, I feel it's going to be a long time before we see methane gas passing wind in the race to a green solution.




    Ron

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