Dr. Jest Reid, head of the microbiology lab at Way Cool Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA has a theory that could revolutionize the world of microbiology: rolling marbles down the hospital halls. Dr. Reid believes that this approach could be the key to unlocking the secrets of the microbial universe lurking within our healthcare sanctuaries.
In Dr. Jest Reid's own scientific jargon, he explains, "I was in my lab, pondering the mysteries of the microscopic, and it hit me – why not let marbles be our microbial messengers? They roll, they spin, and they might just be the microbiologists' magic wand we've been waiting for."
You're on a quest to collect samples of the invisible creatures partying on your hospital floor, but you're stuck without a playbook. Enter the Marble Method (MM): grab a marble, set a timer, let it roll, and track its momentum. It's like a microbial disco ball, picking up the beats of bacteria on its journey. Culture those bugs, and voila – you've got a microbial mixtape of hospital hits!
Dr. Jest Reid insists that for the full Marble Experience (ME), the floor should have grout tiles with grooves deep enough to cradle the marbles. You want those marbles to groove and sashay like microbiological divas.
But not everyone at Way Cool Medical Center is ready to roll with Dr. Jest Reid's marbles. Chief Medical Officer Penelope "Cool-headed" Panicky, in her infinite wisdom, chimed in, "We've spent enough time playing marble games as children! Let's not turn our hospital into a carnival."
She has a point – there's a time for microbial exploration and a time for, well, getting ourselves Way Cool. Are marbles the prescription we've been waiting for, or just a quirky distraction in the world of healthcare? Only time will tell – and maybe a few well-rolled marbles.