The Bacterial City



Comparative Study the Bacterial City


And that small colony, that bacterial city, has roughly seven trillion citizens— more than all of the humans who have ever lived

These same sugars chains mesh together forming what could be considered the infrastructure for the bacterial city. Biofilms are constructed in a manner that ...

Individual bacteria settle on a surface, attach themselves tightly, begin to reproduce, and thus create a bacterial “city” – a biofilm – with pathways for ...

... infrastructure for the bacterial city. Biofilms are constructed in a manner that . is conducive for optimal nutrient deliv- ...

... Infectious Diseases of Central Full Name Diseases Nervous System *Typhoid fever Meningitis Address Paratyphoid fever A. Bacterial City, Street and No. ...

(Text taken from the search results of Googling the string, "Bacterial City"; a digital age writing technique I picked up from Blog With A View.  Scribefire, the Firefox plugin that I use for writing my blog posts, preserves the html formatting of the selected text when you cut and paste from a web page.  As a result, the first quoted search result being a link to a pdf article was included as such and not just a simple text string as I was expecting.  Confusing perhaps (and annoying if your pdf viewer takes a long time to start up) but I like how it extends the theme of interconnected growth that comes from the image (made with Showfoto's blockwave filter) and repeats it in the text suggesting (to me) that the internet is like a bacterial colony of documents and even words -- hyperlinks -- a modular thing, a growing city of words, the webs of digital spiders.)

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