Skip to comments.Friends, Romans, Countrymen, Lend Us Your Toilets (Without Parasites)
Posted on 01/08/2016 6:51:44 AM PST by C19fan
When the Romans expanded their empire across three continents, they probably seemed like the neat-freakiest people to attempt global domination.
The Romans brought aqueducts, heated public baths, flushing toilets, sewers and piped water. They even had multiseat public bathrooms decked out with contour toilet seats, a sea sponge version of toilet paper and hand-washing stations.
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Duplicate post although different source. Please delete.
But that’s a good thing. It will give the liberals, who eat organic, worms. It’s called Natural Selection.
Maybe the fall of the Roman empire “TAINTED” the study. If you have feet of feces to study, and the last few people to use the toilet, doesn’t the hordes of invaders bring the parasites with them?
Looks to me like it’s the conventional farmers that like to use the biosolids.
At least they were trying.
Their failure was just a lack of knowledge of microbes.
They were doing the right thing.
If it is a different source, it is not a duplicate.
That is what FR is all about, vetting the for the truth out of different points of view from the media.
If the different source uses the exact same words it would be a duplicate.
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