On 12 Apr 1996 13:20:16 GMT, Jan Czekajewski Ph.D.
<75144.2413 at CompuServe.COM> wrote:
>We at Columbus Instruments developed RESPIROMETER that can be
>used to assess the oxygen consumption and carbon dioxide
>production starting from bacteria to animals and even in humans.
>The RESPIROMETER is being used by several researchers to
>determine the quality of meat through measuring the oxygen
>consumption and carbon dioxide production. If there is any
>bacterial contamination, it can be assessed from the results of
>oxygen consumption. For this reason, we belive that our
>RESPIROMETER can be used in detecting the contaminated beef and
>probably to diagnose whether the cow is infected with mad cow
>disease or not. If you need further information about our
>RESPIROMETER and its application, please send e-mail or fax to
>the following address.
But Mad Cow Disease (BSE) is not bacterial in origin, so what makes
you think it will work?
Chaos is found in the greatest abundance wherever order is being
sought. It always defeats order, because it is better organised.
-: Ly Tin Wheedle