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Unformatted text preview: in the past to eliminating these bacteria but now that we find it in snow, scientists are thinking if it would even be a good idea to get rid of it. It could instead be replaced by dust. It is clear that Pseudomonas is effective at getting moisture in a cloud to condense, he pointed out. Killed bacteria are even used as an additive in snow making at ski resorts. Science has proven that there are enough elements in the atmosphere for a microorganism to live there. Another interesting fact, scientist have found more dust on the ocean floors in periods where the temperature is cooler and less dust where warmer temperatures prevail....
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