"You know how evolved we are? I mean, we aren't even capable of making viruses go away without injecting something into your body! Has anyone ever
thought about perhaps just walking through a room filled with a certain type of gas or chemical? I Kind of have a theory, so sit back... Everything in
this world has a positive and a negative: a little bit of sickness is perhaps good, but too much can obviously be negative. (note: I think that's
what he meant) Being sick isn't good, but if your body never got sick then your antibodies would never build up. Therefore, when you get older and
the antibodies stop building up you would be much more prone to getting sick.
I mean, arguments are can be good to a certain degree; for example, if a wife and husband never fought, then they would never be able to make up and
get to know each other better. Well as in anything, if you have too much pride it can hurt you, but a little can be beneficial. It is good to be
funny, but who wants to be told a joke during a movie? My point is that I think there are chemicals or perhaps some kind of material or substance that
could attract the AIDs virus and maybe even certain other diseases. If this is correct, what if you put a large amount of that
substance/material/chemical outside of the body? Would the disease spread to it leaving behind a trail, or would it gravitate to it like metal paper
clips to a magnet?
Now, back to what I was describing before; aliens have most likely figured out how to live longer by possibly not polluting their own land and ozone,
perhaps they only breathe pure oxygen making their bodies and
more importantly their minds stay sharper and fit for a more prolonged amount of
time. I mean, I seen people with bodies that have stayed healthy long then their brains (i.e alzhiemers patients).
I believe I know what causes alzheimers; it is quite simple, those who suffer have done something for a long amount of time, such as taking care of
somebody or following the same routine for years and years until one day thier beloved dies. Perhaps also they move or something catastrophic happens
and changes their daily routine. When this happens, their mind tells them to get up every morning and go ahead with daily events. Well, that imprints
something in our minds that is stuck there but is trying to be erased is almost like a disk! If you delete something off of a computer like a 4 mb
picture, and try to put a 6 mb picture in its place without formatting it THEN it will ultimately cause errors. I believe our brain acts the same
Okay, I took the original text and just tried to clear it up a little.. No disrespecting Bet, but I thought if perhaps it had punctuation and was in
paragraphs it might be a little easier to discuss. Now that it has been slightly formatted, it makes a tad bit more sense, even if it does skip from
one topic to another a lot.
I think for the alzheimers theory what bet was trying to say was that if something big happens and toys with our emotions and starts eating up our
brainpower because it's always part of our thought pattern, that perhaps it becomes harder to focus on other usual matters. Which is a good point
when related to life; when 9/11 came along I personally remember it being hard to focus on anything other than the tragedy at hand and the thought of
another strike for months. For a while, there was definitely a noticable difference in my concentration and attentiveness, at least in from my point
However, when relating that theory to alzheimers, I don't believe it's that easy to just pass that simple equation off as the root for the whole
disease. At least three people within my family have had alzheimers and all three came from different backgrounds and lifestyles, so that makes the
theory even harder to grasp. But good thoughts Bet. Don't let anyone bring you down. If no one spoke their mind, what would we have?