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Amen brother! Don't think the poster meant any harm but sometimes we think we know everything when we find out new things all of the time. There is a very good reason that insects have been around thousands/millions of years (always evolving) . Though something might seem so simple it's easy to maintain it's not always the case. One measly old cell seems simple enough right? So why have molds including fungi man handled our living areas for all of these years? Adaptability. Molds don't even need oxygen and that may be true for some insects, I'm not an entomologist. One thing I know is that single celled organisms are the first species of life on this planet. Another thing I know is that it doesn't matter what your education is or what you think you know, on the job experience outweighs anything you can learn in a book and that is because the writer of said book hasn't experienced everything out in the real world according to his so called expertise. The only thing I ask is ponder what I've said for a moment. Though education doesn't hurt how do we know our teacher is educating us properly? It's not very hard, reason and instinct goes a long way. If you have trouble with instinct forget about selling it to others, how comfortable would you be building a crib for YOUR baby with that beetle infestation?
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