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Medical Sci-Fi Question Regarding Bacterial Consumption

 
 
Reply Mon 12 Dec, 2011 02:55 pm
Hi:

'Bacterial fluid' is a theoretical liquid that consists solely of "drinking water" and live bacterial cells. This liquid has the same viscosity of healthy human blood due to the high concentration of bacteria. The high amount of bacterial cells make the liquid as thick as blood.

To make matters more interesting, let's say that all the bacteria in the 'bacterial fluid' fit ALL the following categories:

1. Are not gram-negative
2. Are free of lipopolysaccharide
3. Are coagulase-negative
4. Rely solely on homolactate fermentation for energy and therefore do not generate any CO2.
5. Are aerotolerant-anaerobes [can survive in oxygen but don't use it for respiration or otherwise require it].
6. Are hemolysin-negative
7. Are free of super-antigens
8. Are non-allergenic

Let's say I were to go 3 days without eating/drinking anything other than this fluid. In this scenario, for 3 days, I eat five small meals consisting solely of 'bacterial fluid'. The first meal of the day is the biggest while the last meal of the day is the smallest. The 2nd meal is bigger than the 3rd meal. The 4th is smaller than the 3rd.

After the 3rd day of this routine, what symptoms will I experience?


Thanks,

GX
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DrewDad
 
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Reply Mon 12 Dec, 2011 04:25 pm
@Green Xenon,
You turn all sparkly and emo.
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Reply Mon 12 Dec, 2011 08:15 pm
@Green Xenon,
Green Xenon wrote:

After the 3rd day of this routine, what symptoms will I experience?
A strong desire to add fruit to your yogurt drink.
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