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Thanks, Mark. Your steadfast interest in this blog is greatly appreciated, especially because you always come up with challenging points (and also because you always have something nice to say). We intend to deal with aspects of paleomicrobiology such as the ones you mentioned. We already had a post on the cultivable bacteria in 120,000 old ice, but these are mere youngsters on the time scale you referred to (see http://schaechter.asmblog.org/schaechter/2007/04/old_small_cold.html)

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