posted on Oct, 3 2014 @ 08:01 AM
I don't live in or visit New York City, so I hadn't heard all these "mysteries" about Central Park, from an underground city to their obelisk.
(Although the "Men in Black" movies made all of New York City appear to be hiding ETs!)
Although this curious story I just ran across, would fit right in ...
DIRT IN CENTRAL PARK TEEMING WITH ASTONISHING DIVERSITY
"She also found something pretty unexpected when she and nine other scientists invaded Central Park recently and collected 596 samples of dirt. After
extracting the DNA, her team had 167,000 varieties of microbes — count every mammal on the planet then multiply that number by 30 — WITH 80% OF
THOSE MICROBES CURRENTLY UNKNOWN TO SCIENCE, the Washington Post reports. As National Geographic puts it, that's "microbial richness on a scale we can
edit on 3-10-2014 by MKMoniker because: clarify and correct typos