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Aerobic ciboreA

BBL Member R. Sup writes:

Here is a picture of my “old Frothingslosh” clone.

I was trying to write an article on how I got got some yeast from the space station by an unamed Austronaut/homebrewer but thought a picture might be better.  The reason the head is on the bottom is because the yeast mutated in weightlessness by creating CO2 molecules that were bound too tightly together.  Because it is a cluster of CO2, it is heavier than the air here on earth.  Testing done at a NASA center with a spectrogrph has proved this theory.  This new gas is now refered to as Ciborea.

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