posted on Jul, 18 2009 @ 12:11 AM
reply to post by GioTheGreek
It's a bit ironic that we are going to have to think that way because of the fact that a long time ago, we started doing our immune system's job for
it, thus making it much weaker.
Funny really, if we hadn't spent our whole lives washing our hands every chance we got, wearing protective clothing, spraying ourselves
epidermically, ingesting orally, injecting internally, or staying away from the Hudson, our immune system might have had a chance against all these
new flus and diseases that seem to keep cropping up everywhere.
I wonder if the line-charts from when we started washing our hands too much and taking too many antibiotics compares well with how many bugs, diseases
and illnesses we've "discovered?" They just seem to be cropping up everywhere don't they?
Don't think I'll be gettin' out my white filter mask just yet, but I wouldn't put it past TPTB to use it either. I'll be paying attention to
this one I think.