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comment Can humans survive without consuming life?
Can you please improve your answer and add some references? If you want to know about glucose synthsis in the human body, look up gluconeogenesis.
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comment What is a protective epitope?
It is a normal epitope. But one which is widely distributed between different strains of a virus/bacteria etc. and gives you a very good protection against these antigens.
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comment Can humans survive without consuming life?
You mean on a strictly vegan based diet? No, that is not possible as we are not able to synthesize many important factors as Vitamin B12. There is no vegetable source for it.
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comment What is a protective epitope?
Ah, sorry, forgot to answer that. I will updated the answer, better now?
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comment Is there a difference between drinking water straight from the tap compared to leaving it to sit?
This implies that your water is treated with clorine. Which is not the case for most european countries. Yet, bacteria are usually no problem in the drinking water.
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