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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadylol View Post
    This seems very unlikely, and unrealistic. I, for one, would never live inside of a plant. There's just too many bugs, fungus, germs, etc., that make that unsafe, and unsanitary
    Germs made me chuckle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jigain View Post
    Without any facts to back your statement up, it really falls apart. Unless you can cite sources that state a regular modern house contain as much bugs, fungi and germs as a plant house would, it's just like saying "you think the road outside your house is well trafficked? There are cars driving on the autobahn too, it's no more trafficked than your road."

    Of course, it goes the other way as well. Shady's statement is just personal opinions and guesswork unless proof is presented.

    That's the funny thing about facts.
    http://www.hygienecouncil.org/Portal...Fact_Sheet.pdf

    Here you go, so fungus and mould are inside your house a lot. Fact. Are they more or the same as in a plant house? Maybe, maybe not. But they are plenty nevertheless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arnorei View Post
    http://www.hygienecouncil.org/Portal...Fact_Sheet.pdf

    Here you go, so fungus and mould are inside your house a lot. Fact.
    Thanks. Next, please read my post.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jigain View Post
    Unless you can cite sources that state a regular modern house contain as much bugs, fungi and germs as a plant house would
    I could also show pictures of cars driving on the autobahn, that doesn't mean the road outside your house is just as trafficked as the autobahn.

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