DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME : Text files and message bases are for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. Do not undertake any project based upon any information obtained from this or any other web site.We are not responsible for, nor do we assume any liability for, damages resulting from the use of any information on this site.First off, I did not steal this from the Anarchists Cookbook (Which is a bunch of bull#*@!!). This is part 3 of my "How to Cultivate Bacteria" egg. Ever since I made these, other #*@!s have been putting up their own. Moving on, this egg is about temperature engineering the Supergerms. This will cause the germs to be resistant to high temperatures. If you followed Part 1 and Part 2, you should now have the Supergerms. Get a sample of you’re supergerms, and set it in a small test tube. Get a small fish tank, and make enough culture to fill the entire fish tank. However, this time, you will need a new culture formula, because the old one will not work. To make the new culture, crush up many vitamin and mineral pills, and add them to boiling water. Next, add generaous amounts of sugar. Lastly, add a protein rich liquid that you can find, but dont use eggwhite. Add the supergerm sample to the Culture Tank. For 1 week, let the bacteria grow. After 1 week, take out the culture from where you put it. Take the Culture Tank. Transfer the culture into a small baking pan that you will never use again. Put the baking pan in the oven. Set the temp to 120 degrees F. After 1 hour, remove the culture. Every other day, raise the temperature of the oven by increments of 10 degrees. After a session of heating, store the culture in ziploc bag and put it into a coll place, but dont store it in a refrigerator. However, you must still keep the culture tank. Do the heating sessions for 3 weeks. After 3 weeks, there should be 10 or 11 bacteria out of the millions you made. Transfer the culture from the ziploc bag into a larger mass of culture. Let it stand for one week. There should now be millions of bacteria that will be able to withstand high temperatures. Sometimes, no bacteria will survive. So I highly reccomend that you keep a small sample of the original culture from "How to cultivate Bacteria Part 2". I, under any conditions, except no responsibility for youre actions or injuries. This is for educational purposes only. If you fail to read this disclaimer, then you are still fully responsible for youre actions.
Kee on the lookout for How to Cultivate Bacteria Part 4, where methods of creating viruses will be the main subject.