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  • noun Plural form of nanobacterium.

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Examples

  • Whilst debate still rages about whether so-called nanobacteria are actually biological, NASA has found that the nanobacterial agent believed to cause kidney stones multiplies at a much faster rate in zero-gravity ...

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  • Believing them to be a possible new form of life, Kajander named the particles "nanobacteria," published a paper outlining his findings and spurred one of the biggest controversies in modern microbiology.

    Are Nanobacteria Making Us Ill?

  • Under the electron microscope, NASA researchers also claimed to have spotted signs of "nanobacteria".

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  • The researchers think that carbon dioxide and calcium carbonate, both of which are found dissolved in blood, initially create the nanobacteria.

    Material World: April 2008

  • Later tiny bits of protein attach to the otherwise jagged edged nanobacteria and smooth the particles out.

    Material World: Nanobacteria theory takes a hit

  • Later tiny bits of protein attach to the otherwise jagged edged nanobacteria and smooth the particles out.

    Material World: April 2008

  • The researchers think that carbon dioxide and calcium carbonate, both of which are found dissolved in blood, initially create the nanobacteria.

    Material World: Nanobacteria theory takes a hit

  • To generate the nanobacteria chemically the researchers incubated human serum with limestone and came away with tiny particles that lacked both DNA and RNA.

    Material World: Nanobacteria theory takes a hit

  • To generate the nanobacteria chemically the researchers incubated human serum with limestone and came away with tiny particles that lacked both DNA and RNA.

    Material World: April 2008

  • Examples, off the top of my head, include nanobes and nanobacteria — completely dismissed by the establishment because of a purely arbitrary decision that 200nm was the minimum size of cellular life.

    Credibilty lacking in the scientific literature | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

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