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Dodd counters with previous evidence that fossils can survive such punishing environments, pointing to the Greenland microbes and fossilized plants and spores in New Zealand.
Moreover, Paul passes the spores on to their father, whose Alzheimer’s disease suddenly relents.
Most people breathe in Aspergillus spores every day without getting sick.
Complicating the situation: Those spores can last a long time.
Then, over the summer, the Equifax data breach released 143 million SSNs into the wild, like spores wafting off a hilltop of dandelions.
Discovery is a science vessel, powered by glowing spores, whose powers are creating trippy, bizarro effects that force us to question what's real.
These airborne mold-spore levels typically peak in late fall, causing symptoms indistinguishable from pollen allergies.
In 2001, the nation's anthrax scare hit the White House with the discovery of a small concentration of spores at an offsite mail processing center.
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