Nicole Stewart


September 10, 2019

Antoni van Leeuwenhoek is the Father of Microbiology, but his work did not stop at microbiology. H discovered sperm cells, blood cells, and much more…

September 8, 2019

Microbiology Crash Course, History of Science #24: What makes beer? Single-celled organisms. What makes us cough and feel like sleeping for twelve straight hours Straight? Single-celled organisms; AKA microbes, germs, the tiny machines that allow us to digest—and can kill us. “What is life?” It turns out, life is relentless, everywhere on earth! Microbes are…

September 8, 2019

Microbiology, a brief history part 2: He hypothesized that microbes are everywhere and must be responsible for all kinds of phenomena, like making food spoil. So in 1865, he patented a process in which liquids such as milk were heated to a temperature between sixty and one hundred degrees Celsius in order to kill microbes….

September 7, 2019

By now you would think you would of heard of a category five, when you yourself talked about it. I don’t know, people keep asking the question, is he in mental decline? Or was he always painfully unintelligent? And my answer is, clearly both.

>> Yeah! >> This is what a very below-average mind looks like while deteriorating. And the narcissism part comes in at, hey, my ignorant ass had never heard of a category 5 storm.

September 7, 2019

But a category five is something that I don’t know that I’ve ever even heard the term. >> In fact, there been several category five hurricanes since he became president. He also misstated the storm’s possible trajectory. >> Alabama could even be in for, I believe some very strong winds and something more than that, it could be. So for Alabama, just please be careful also. >> Not long after that, the National Weather Service corrected the president saying, Alabama will not see any impacts from Dorian.

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