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Ah, that fresh smell just after it rains. It brings a sense of calm to the world. But did you know that it could kill you? That's right, rain launches (mostly harmless) bacteria into the air and in rare cases it can spread disease. Scientists didn't fully understand how the process works until now.

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Thongs in the rain solve a very specific problem: water invading your boots and taking up residence there. Once your stuff gets wet, it does not dry out, at least not on any prompt timeline. I've spent many futile afternoons with my shoes waterlogged and my otherwise protected feet soaking in a dumb swamp prison. You might have also inadvertently owned yourself in the same way.