Gamers amazed by $4000 microscope on a human finger: "I am very uncomfortable"

A science streamer went viral after putting his own finger under a high-powered microscope. Viewers marveled at Spider_ID’s simple demonstration, which turned out to be a profound insight into the human body. As the streamer zoomed in on his hand, many people watching were shocked when he pointed out the individual pores secreting tiny pools of sweat. “Ew we’re leaky,” One Redditor noted. Those pools of sweat are why we leave behind fingerprints on almost every surface we touch. Another commenter pointed out that our profuse perspiration is partly how humans became Earth’s most dominant species. “Basically the reason we could outrun (stamina, not speed) most animals as hunters,” a Redditor said. It’s true. Although there are plenty of animals that are bigger, stronger and faster than humans, there are none that can outrun us. We have “built-in liquid cooling” as one Redditor put it, to bring things back full circle to video games