Microbes: Some questions, few answers 

Questions: 
If microbes are essential for climate control then which microbes?
Is it a complete ecosystem of microbes wherein each one stands to serve a cause?
If one microbe is in limited number because it’s food is shared by other different types of microbes then it means killing can narrate the end of life?
What if we overgrow one microbe without understanding the side effects?
The best thing still that comes to mind is “control”?
But how to control?

Few thoughtful answers: 
Let’s grow trees on good soil and then let trees to decide which microbes should flourish in their good kingdom?
Let’s grow plants at the bottom of oceans and fish and planktons and then let them to decide which microbes should multiply when life is fit for survival therein?
Microbes can be dealt with “tact” not by “direct effect”.
If we deal with tact we make conditions such that good microbes multiply on their own and bad microbes die out.
If we deal with “direct effect” we concentrate on individual microbes and think that we shall multiply it in for example ocean so that it eats of excess methane. 
Direct effect approach can be deadly.
Tact approach breathes fresh air as it goes. 

If we add a microbe or if subtract a microbe then the complete ecosystem can disrupt.
But if we use tact approach and grow a natural ecosystem of trees and animals then the microbes that get added have pretty good chances of being part of natural ecosystem since olden days.
In case of tact approach the survival of fittest approach also breathes fresh air of convenience.
In case of tact approach the microbes learn good habits or say they don’t secrete poisons or become harmful.
A family is best for a growing child.
A growing microbiome needs shade of trees and nurture of animals.
Take care of the bigger ones and the smaller ones shall be taken care by them.
If we take care of trees, soil, animals and in case of oceans fish, other marine plants and animals then the microbes will be taken care of.
Let there be enough food for all but abundance can be bad in case they overgrow. This is the fear in case of microbes.
But in case of security by ecosystem this fear also gets ruled off.
In case of trees and animals deciding the microbes we know that if there are a lot of trees resulting in a lot of microbes there has to be a “control” set in somewhere.
Nature has survived for millions of years. It therefore knows its control.
As trees are controlled by available space so will microbes also be controlled through some unknown mechanisms implemented by trees.
We need to nurture trees.

Researched by Ekta Kalra 

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