Feb 2, 2013
North Port Sun
Report: Sky-high bacteria could affect climate
A team of storm-chasing scientists sampling rarefied air has found a world of bacteria and fungi floating about 30,000 feet above Earth.
The China Post
Sky-high bacteria could affect climate patterns: scientists
Los Angeles Times/MCT--A team of storm-chasing scientists sampling rarefied air has found a world of bacteria and fungi floating about 30,000 feet above Earth.
Loads of Microbes Found High in Atmosphere
A large number and wide variety of microorganisms were detected in the atmosphere 5 to 10 miles above the Earth's surface, according to a study published today in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Mexican Man Crucifies Self to Demand Payment of Insurance Claim, Now Hospitalized
A Mexican man who "crucified" himself for 17 hours in this Gulf coast port city to demand payment of an insurance claim was hospitalized Thursday after showing symptoms of a possible heart attack and signs of gangrene on his hands.