Discussion in 'Beyond the Basics' started by Glaucoides, Nov 11, 2016.
If the pics are too yellow, you should be able to adjust the tint in post...
If you take the plastic cover off of the memory card all you will find is a solid block of plastic with some metallic contacts embedded in the plastic. There is nothing to be damaged by liquid.
I think it's pretty clear he got so excited at seeing a national record (which is unbelievably awesome BTW, wow!) that he pee'd his pants* sd card fumbling commenced after that.
*If I had a possible new species record, I'd probably wet myself too.
so where is the pic?!?
Don't worry. Pee is sterile. Your computer will not likely be infected with any virus.
Am I the only one that gets the impression that the OP had an event that caused an embarrassing moment and we haven't heard the full story?
C'mon. We're all friends here. You can tell us the truth about...........the pee pee moment.
P. Ha ha I said P.S. You're card is fine......your pants need a wash but your card is fine.
Well, 'fresh' from a healthy person, yes.
Actually, no. It's a myth. The bacteria in urine does not typically grow in a culture prepared for UTIs, and that's where the myth comes from. But if you do a DNA analysis there are other bacteria present.
Turns Out Urine Isn’t Actually Sterile | Smart News | Smithsonian
I'd be pissed off if the photo wasn't still on the card
Hang on. Let me get out my lab equipment. I haven't done anything with my sequencer for quite a while now, so it will take me some time to retrain myself on how to use it.
Waiting for @pixmedic to chime in to give guidance on proper protocol for ferret urine....
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