TIL that one millilitre of sea water can contain up to ten million virus particles. That volume of sea water may also contain a million bacteria whereas sea sediment and soil can contain up to a billion virus particles per cubic centimetre. by whatilearned October 21, 2021, 6:22 am Read more: https://www.nature.com/articles/ismej2013214 What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote BacteriabillioncentimetrecubicmillilitremillionparticlesseasedimentsoiltenTILToday I learnedvirusvolumewater See more Previous article I hate these liberals. The only good thing about them is their juicy 6 inch cocks I like to suck.I hate these liberals. Next article What’s a toxic behavior that’s considered socially acceptable? 7 Comments Leave a Reply Makes you realise how a deadly virus is an anomaly. Log in to Reply Hum… fun memories of putting ocean water in my mouth and spit it out. Log in to Reply This is why I drink sea water regularly to keep my immune system ready Log in to Reply Maths: so the bigger no contains less. 1cm3 = 1000mm3 So 1billion per cm3 = 1million per mm3 So sea water had more viruses than sediment. I hate articles that compare things using different metrics. I don’t know if it’s just laziness or an attempt to mislead. This one looks like laziness. Log in to Reply Do you never want us to leave the house again? Log in to Reply Someone’s phobia will get triggered. Hurrah! Log in to Reply Don’t tell CNN Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.