I.Observations and Questions.
As the article states the author had two observations that prompted him to explore the question or possibility of the transmission of the ear mite, Octodectes cynotis, to human beings. The first observation made by the author was in the case of a woman who had brought in two cats severely infested with ear mites to be examined. Accompanied by her 3 year old daughter who had been complaining of an itchy
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different experiments, all of which were done for the most part using the same criteria for each experiment. However as I've stated above there seem to still be a few loose ends. Though I realize in science even when a hypothesis is proven, there are still always questions, thus nothing can ever be proven beyond a doubt, but in my opinion this experiment has two significant factors that don't seem to have even been considered.