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2. But is it possible for the bacteria and viruses that infect us so easily to get sick themselves?
3. In 1917, a microbiologist working at the Pasteur Institute in Paris discovered what he described as an invisible, antagonistic microbe that had a parasitic relationship with bacteria. He called it a bacteriophage (from phagein, “to eat”), a virus that infects bacteria.

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Some thoughts:

1. Can bacteriophage affect ocean microbes?
2. Can bacteriophage affect soil microbes?
3. Do oceans and soil also need doctors?
4. An infection to human body needs an antibiotic or antiviral?
5. Do the oceans and soil heal by itself?
6. Do oceans and soil need antibiotics or antiviral?
7. What if the illness spreads to marine plants and animals?
8. What if oceans die due to lack of proper medication?
9. Is microbiologist the physician for oceans and land?
10. What are the symptoms of illness?
11. Is excess heat or fever the first symptom of ocean and land illness?
12. Is cold chill the symptom of bacterias’ infection?

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With Lessons from Curd can Environment be Helped?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curd

1. Could we coagulate the harmful microbes?
2. Can the harmful microbes be made to sit at the bottom of ocean or soil (if land)?
3. Did this naturally happen hundreds of years ago?
4. Did our missions at the bottom of oceans disturb this coagulation?
5. Can we change the acidity of ocean by microbes like the ones which forms curd?
6. Is there a lesson on microbes of oceans and land which is taught by the microbes of curd?
7. Can we separate all the harmful microbes in the oceans by forming a solid settled mass curd-like at the bottom of ocean? Undisturbed it shall be at peace with life…

Written by Ekta Kalra