Germs - Eddie Evans
It's because of germs related to human blood and biohazard cleanup that people become squeamish around blood cleanup tasks. in their own home or elsewhere in some cases, many folks let these substances rule their lives. Those in control usually work in the medical field, a field that represents roughly 5% of our population; for them, working with blood is not such a big idea. They do it daily over years of their working life. They understand blood's hazards as well as safe bloodborne pathogen practices. "Pathogen" means disease, suffuring, so forth.
For those squeamish about blood cleanup, I created this blood cleanup directory website to offer my blood cleanup services. It's the best I can do in the war bloodborne pathogens following homicides, suicides, and unattended deaths.
But there's more to germs than germs traveling in human blood. For example, the common flu find its way into the human species by way of the bird populations on our planet. A pigeon balancing on a power cable over a puddle of water poops into the puddle. Bingo! Bird poop now contaminates the puddle with the flu virus. Other birds pick up the virus when they drink from the puddle. Eventually, the virus makes its way into the human population; China kills millions of chickens to stop the spread of new viruses. But this is the tale for another place.
We vaccinate ourselves with putrifying matter as protection against the flu and other germs. Some of us choose to eskew vaccinations out of fear and poor information. More interesting, they've chosen not to vaccinate their children, which makes no sense in the long term. Granted, vaccinations are only safe for about 99.9% of us. Suppose that .1% of us may suffer the ill effects of a vaccination. There's something real here, by the way. I met a young woman who had suffered a stroke like reaction to a vaccination. It nearly killed her and would have, except her doctor had recently read about possible toxic effects from the very vaccine she that crippled her. He applied the appropriate steps to save her life when other could not.
So this young lady survived her ordeal, barely, but she would never again receive a vaccination. She would never again walk completely upright without a limp. A reasonable person, she agreed that vaccinations are probably good for many people, but in the case of a small percentage of people like hersself, vaccinations could be dangerous. There may be more to her story; I do not know. But I do know enough about science and human diversity. It's the diversity of species and diversity within our own species that suggests caution in matters of scientific pronouncements. We cannot be dogmatically say that vaccinations are completely 100% safe for everybody. Dogmatism's not a good way to think in any case.
It's hard to see exactly what would cause polio in the water, but the idea of "polio" played a big part in my consciousness as did germs.
So it's no wonder that one spring day my older sister Carolyn and I made our way to my school in Downey, California. We stood in line with hundreds of others. We each received one dose of polio vaccine encapsulated in a cube of sugar, gratis. Later I would return along the same path to receive my second dose of this vaccine, my "booster." Our national government had chosen to use its welfare state apparatus to inoculate the American population against polio. Our very own Franklin Roosevelt and suffered from polio by hiding its effects to the world at large.
So today the majority of us knowingly, willingly submit the vaccination even though vaccinations consist of putrefied matter, rotting crud, injected into our blood streams. Here's is a list of vaccinations that many people have used to date:
- Hepatitis B – – a blood-borne, viral disease known to infect the human liver and has been shown to cause liver cancer. It's vaccination is known as Hep B. It's required for educators involved in teaching sport because of injuries that release blood. I suppose terrorist school shooters now give cause to ensure entire school populations have this vaccine.
- Diphtheria – – -tetanus or "lockjaw", whooping cough or pertussis and it's vaccination is called DTaP
- Polio (infantile paralysis) – – this disease is caused by virus and it attacks the human nervous system viciously while paralyzing if not killing its victims. The vaccination from polio is known as IPV or OVP.
- Measles, mumps, rubella (German measles) cause quite discomfort and may even lead to death under a patient's we can conditions. The vaccine is known as MMR.
- Varicella, also known as "chicken pox" and since 1995 in the United States it's vaccination matter has been known as Varivax.
- Pneumococcus is a bacterial infection related to pneumonia, sinusitis, ear infections, and serious blood poisoning. In 2000 the United States approved the vaccination PCV or Prevnar for wide distribution to help young children avoid these serious bacterial infections.
- Haemopbilus Influenzae b is known to cause bacterial pneumonia which may lead to meningitis. As of 1989 the vaccine for this terrible flu HiB and been known as
influenza or the common flow as risk factors that become enhance because of asthma, sickle-cell diseases, HIV, and diabetes.
Children are often inoculated with these vaccinations before age 2 because of the wide spread of these diseases. We know that a vaccination for the flu saved many lives. What we don't know is how many children have suffered debilitating effects from these vaccinations. I would think that the number is quite small; otherwise, we would hear much about it.
Be that as it may, many people choose to have their children vaccinated and with good reason. By the time I was seven years old I had learned to loath and fear polio. Television was new our planet then and my family, thanks to their working-class income earned as machine slaves for Firestone tire rubber, could afford such luxuries as the television. The television brought stark images of young children living their lives in iron lungs because polio. Near my elementary school we had a canal bordering our playground. Its stagnant water usually supported a film of green moss on its surface. We called the water "polio water" and we stayed away from it.
A case can be made to show that serious adverse reactions to vaccinations are drastically underreported. These reactions may be a major contributing factor to the sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). If we were to say that about one in a few million children die from vaccination, most parents would continue to find such vaccinations an important avenue for protecting their child. But for those children that become ill and die from a vaccination, the risk is too high. Of those families that deny vaccinations, how many are climate science deniers? How many deny science in general?
This is an important consideration because denying climate science is not so unlike denying the benefits of medical science. The big difference between the two becomes apparent when we realize that the denying climate science has a lot to do with billions of children suffering for generations as humanity plummets into a warmer climate.
Now, I'm not the world's most objective observer on this issue, because if you did a web search for climate deception, you would find that the owner of climate deception network belongs to Eddie Evans, me. So there you have it, I'm not objective in this area, but I will continue to stand on science rather than ideology. I did so when I swollowed that pink sugar cube to defend my body against polio.
We know that the benefits of childhood vaccination become more evident as time passes and especially over the last 50 years. In the 1980s Haemophilus influenzae type B was the leading cause of meningitis and then suddenly it disappeared. So vaccinations in this instance paid off mightily. Vaccinations have shown improvements in human health to the point of our own detriment; there's too many of us!
My germ page has a longer piece on Pasteur and Koch's roles articulation of the germ theory of disease.
It's because of Louis Pasteur and his contribution to microbiology and medicine for the benefit of humanity that we should turn rethinks. Before Pasteur arrived on the scene to show a link between germs and diseases, doctors routinely led to the death of their patients. It's by his work on silkworms and showing how the introduction of germs into their bodies cause them to die. He also noticed that when a shape workout died from anthrax, their blood stream showed signs of multiplying microorganisms. He found the same in chickens the night of the chicken cholera. And like a good scientist, he could not help noticing that the blood of healthy animals showed much lower populations of bacteria.
So when it came to infectious diseases in humans Pasteur cannot pass up the idea that "malignant microbes" may be responsible for disease as well as illnesses and human beings.So when we think of biohazard cleanup related to blood cleanup, we should member Louis Pasteur in his work with microscopes.
Because of past your doctors learn to boil their instruments. Many soldiers would survive the battlefield wounds because medical doctors and medical assistance learn to steam bandages used on wounded soldiers. Thus, germs were reduced from the supplier bandages. Infections caused by bacteria like staphylococcus that cause boils and abscesses soon began to appear less often. Sore throats from streptococcus soon began to appear less often as did clostridium, a singular cause of wounds becoming gangrenous.
Pastures work led to excitement among European professors and European students of medicine. The idea of germs inhabiting the aiders of operation did not easily bring about change, but change did come about. The Scottish surgeon Joseph Lister would be instrumental in bringing changes to the development of Anastasio. In 1846 the American dentist William Thomas Green Morton would perform facial surgery to remove a tumor from the patient. The patient was given a mixture of air needs are. The patient felt no pain during the operation during this important surgery. The stage was set for paying the surgery that we have inherited thanks to the advance of medical science.
Problematically, patients continue to die from infections which are known today as surgical sepsis. Thanks to pain-free surgery, surgeries and and other procedures would increase the number and can't commit in May so did death and recovery rooms. So Anastasia had helped humanity bypass the horrors of surgery while condemning it to death by germ infested wounds.
Operations within the body cavity continue to lead to death and many cases. A burst appendix a ruptured spleen became a death sentence with or without surgery. In many hospitals eight out of 10 surgical patients died from subsequent infection. Sir Frederick Treves wrote an essay on the very subject. He pointed out that when a mother gave permission for surgery on mother's daughter, the decision "was one of great magnitude." Mothers would ask "who's to pay for the funeral?".
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