The body louse (Pediculus humanus humanus) isn't a microbe, but it is a very tiny creature. Its tinyness is especially noticeable when you try to stick it between some cellotape and a microscope slide. Which is exactly what I did when I found one on my bald head.

So I'm watching it wiggle i…

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Macrobe spotted!

Today, in my quest to determine the exact nature of the macrobe,  I stumbled upon an ancient web page that contained a reference to a certain mr. T, whom I had never heard of, who alledgedly "talked about" macrobes!

Tsarion talked about a Macrobe species which the illuminati b…

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Gromia Sphaerica

Respectable dictionaries of the english language don't seem to list 'macrobe' among thier entries. Yet different sources on the internet that I've encountered do offer a wide range of definitions for this word. Appearantly none of them have gained official status.  Let's look at a few.

You migh…

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"Can't tell if insect or flaw in computer program."

Here I investigate the origin, ethymology, purpose and wherewithalls of the noun "Macrobe"