Usually the smallest creatures on the planet are bacteria. But, if you plunge deeper into the world of dwarfs among living organisms, it becomes clear that the smallest should not be considered bacteria, but viruses. Just imagine that about a hundred thousand are placed on the tip of a sewing needle of viruses!
The question is, why are bacteria considered the smallest creatures?
The fact is that viruses, before they enter a living organism, behave like a large organic molecule.
Only after viruses enter the living organism of a plant, animal or human, it begins to multiply and, like all living things, pass on their inherent properties by inheritance. Continue reading
And the wrong, frivolous handling of fire? If gasoline, kerosene and other rapidly flammable substances are used to make bonfires, burn last year’s leaves and garbage, and kindle stoves, troubles cannot be avoided. And also: in no case put bottles with flammable liquids in the pockets of trousers, jackets, coats: their pairs quickly soak clothes, and they can easily catch fire as soon as you approach the fire.
And in elderly people, injuries are often associated with an overestimation of their capabilities and underestimation of their state of health. Accidents from falls are not uncommon: either dizzy, then it became bad from sudden heart weakness. Be careful, count strength! Continue reading