A Surprising Way to Stop Malaria

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  1. The Night Funky

    The Night Funky BMF Staff Member Moderator

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    Microbe blocks mosquitos from carrying the parasite.
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    oldfella1962 light & lethal

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    if it works out.....Nobel Prize? I think it would be warranted in a case like this. BTW I read the thread title too fast and thought it was talking about The First Lady herself. :doh:
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    This is quite cool. Hopefully it pans out!
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  4. ed629

    ed629 Morally Inept Banned

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    Whoa, whoa, whoa.... hold the boat

    How? What? Umm... yeah, I mean yeah, ok....

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  5. Bickendan

    Bickendan Custom Title Administrator Faceless Mook Writer

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    I rather obliterate the fuckers, but I'll take this option, especially if they are a major food source in the ecosystem:brood:
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    true about the ecosystem! I know in interior Alaska (filthy thick with the buggers!) they are the major food source for arctic grayling. When fishing for and subsequently cleaning them, I was surprised that their guts were just engorged with mosquitos nearly every time.