A three day course is about $800.00, depending on specifics. If firearms training is involved, there is an additional charge for ammunition, which varies with the caliber.

In “Ghost Dance” (Episode 6), the hydrophilic bacteria is referred to as a bacteria aerophoba. Aerophoba are yellow tube sponges, which contain high levels of bacteria.  When the men in black spray the bacteria cloud with a chemical, it bears the formula C9H9Br2NO3, which it turns out is the formula for Aeroplysinin-1, “an antibacterial bromo-compound from the sponge Verongia aerophoba” (which is apparently used in cancer research).  Would it do any good to spray a creature derived from the sea sponge with a chemical also sprayed from the sea sponge?

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