cement flowing at construction site




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Scientists Identify Extremely Tough Bacterial Species That Thrive Inside… Concrete, DAVID NIELD AUGUST 6, 2021<br />

Los científicos identifican especies bacterianas extremadamente resistentes que prosperan en el interior … del hormigón, DAVID NIELD 6 DE AGOSTO DE 20213

My 2 cents opinion: Micro-organisms can live in the most sterile environments. That is why they are hard to control, hopefully they can be harnessed into some good for humanity.

Mis pensamientos: Los microorganismos pueden vivir en los entornos más estériles. Es por eso que son difíciles de controlar, con suerte se pueden aprovechar para hacer algo beneficioso para la humanidad.


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Scientists Identify Extremely Tough Bacterial Species That Thrive Inside… Concrete, DAVID NIELD AUGUST 6, 2021

Some types of bacteria are hardy enough to survive in the most inhospitable of conditions – and that includes concrete, as a new study proves. Not only can microbes survive in this dry, inhospitable building material, they can actually thrive there too.

“As some bacteria can produce calcium carbonate – which is suitable for filling in concrete cracks and pores – there’s a hope that these microorganisms could be used to help repair buildings and infrastructure, though that sort of application is a long way off.”
 

Photo of my own home maintenance project a few years back.



My own home maintenance experience with concrete