When this first became a major issue I saw news footage of officials in China holding some kind of small device in the faces random members of the public to test for infection. What device was they using and what exactly were they looking at?
I have just started my journey into biology and have learnt about the Eurkaryote cells but then I have heard mention of different cells all over the body eg hair cells, skin cells etc. Are these all classed as Eurkaryote cells and are their make up the same??
That explains why the most high profile attempt was discredited. They said that his numbers didn't add up and if they did then he had essentially invented a perpetual motion engine. I didn't quite understand what they were saying but you made it quite clear. Thanks again.
My school science lessons taught me that water can be split and I have read of some high profile attempts at producing a water fuelled engine. Wikipedia lists quite a few but they all seem to eventually be shot down by science. What is the problem and is it actually posibble?