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The unequivocable answer is - no! if they can not be seen by the naked eye, they are not considered to exist period. Interesting I just saw another great article by the author of the photogrey issue on this exact topic - with dozens (if not more) of sources -and here's the link - http://ohrlink.edu/this_week/insights_into_halacha/5043 thisThis rabbi spitzSpitz must really know his stuff!

The unequivocable answer is - no! if they can not be seen by the naked eye, they are not considered to exist period. Interesting I just saw another great article by the author of the photogrey issue on this exact topic - with dozens (if not more) of sources - here's the link - http://ohr.edu/this_week/insights_into_halacha/5043 this rabbi spitz must really know his stuff!

The unequivocable answer is - no! if they can not be seen by the naked eye, they are not considered to exist period. Interesting I just saw another great article by the author of the photogrey issue on this exact topic - with dozens (if not more) of sources and here's the link. This rabbi Spitz must really know his stuff!

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The unequivocable answer is - no! if they can not be seen by the naked eye, they are not considered to exist period. Interesting I just saw another great article by the author of the photogrey issue on this exact topic - with dozens (if not more) of sources - here's the link - http://ohr.edu/this_week/insights_into_halacha/5043 this rabbi spitz must really know his stuff!