How do you take bacteria from skin and which is the part most concetrated with them?
Now there's something interesting to throw in with the old joke about the topologist who can't tell a donut from a coffee cup! :rofl:Ouabache said:That reminds me of an interesting comment related by a bio professor; the surface inside your mouth (throat, esophagus, stomach, intestines) to your anus, it is considered external to your body. It is continuous with your skin in a cylindrical path through your body, one continuous integument.
I hadn't heard that one. But after reading up on it, I agree, the topological space I described, fits the definition.. For those scratching their heads, Math Is Hard is referring to the mathematical construct topological space, in this case, a torus. (Perhaps this thread now qualifies for crosslisting within a math topic )Math Is Hard said:Now there's something interesting to throw in with the old joke about the topologist who can't tell a donut from a coffee cup!