Germs

Most people in the United States with a public education take germs for granted. They learned by association with others that germs do indeed exist and cause disease. Perhaps they've also learned about the great plague contaminated Europe in the 13th century. Known as the "black plague" it probably made its way into Europe along the silk Road that meanders from China to this day. Only today it's not consider the "silk Road." Although, China actively builds a high-speed railway system along the silk Road to reclaim what once had, control over trade and much of its geographical area.

We know that in the Stone Age tuberculosis was common in northern Africa and Europe. We know that terrible plague state back thousands of years and that smallpox ran rampant in Rome nearly 2000 years ago. Then, he killed millions of Roman citizens during the 15 year reign of fatal illnesses, pain, and terrible suffering. In those days no one would've stopped to think about blood cleanup as an exposure to infectious diseases. In those days, "the gods" played a big role in the spread of disease. People were a long way from understanding science.

Interestingly, back in those days people were not even aware of an atmosphere surrounding their bodies. They believed simply enough that a vital force often called "the life force" entered and exited their bodies with each breath. When they finally succumb to disease and died, the life force was believed to left their bodies. As for an environment containing an atmosphere, that idea remain for several thousand years. But even today, the idea of an atmosphere with its the complexities remains foreign to most American citizens. They continued to deny climate science and human caused global warming for one example. The consequences of this denial will be meaningful when it comes to the germ theory of disease and new vectors spread around the globe because of increased temperatures. We've yet to begin studying the infectious diseases that will become part of the germ world as DNA mutates among animal species and insects.

In any case, plague so their origins to germs and these germs we often call "bacteria" and "viruses" and funguses.

Those who survived plagues were often left blind or horribly disfigured. We know they preserved body of a Chinese noblewoman who died 2100 years ago. She had terrible scars of tuberculosis. She also had heavy infestation of three types of worms. So back in the day life had its problems with germs and insects inside of her bodies. The guns are not responsible we would learn even though today many people have yet to come to terms with this idea.

No there are no divine agencies at work when it comes to disease. That's my blood-borne path fading is so important for blood cleanup practitioners as well as biohazard cleanup work.

As the New World became conquered by the Western world, Columbus's historic voyage would carry smallpox along with measles and influenza into the New World. Napoleon could have pointed to his defeat in Europe as a result of a general typhus.

 

Soldiers would fall victim to the bite of a louse or other insect. From the lowliest private to the highest general, all were susceptible to the bite of a insect carrying a deadly germ. The black death caused the collapse of the Eastern Roman Empire in the 17th century just as it would cause the death of millions in Europe in the 13th century. It killed 24 million Europeans six years in the middle of the 14th century, one third of the European population. In his book known as disease and history, Frederick Cartwright wrote "mortality was so great that the Pope consecrated the river Rhone at Avignon" because it was heavily polluted by infected bodies cost among the waters to read villages and hamlets of their dead. The germs causing the terrible playing were so powerful that they killed people so quickly survivors cannot handle the dead. Wild dogs were saying feeding on cadavers at the steps to the Vatican. Consider that a mere 15 million people died in four years during World War I.

Germs

Most people in the United States with a public education take germs for granted. They learned by association with others that germs do indeed exist and cause disease. Perhaps they've also learned about the great plague contaminated Europe in the 13th century. Known as the "black plague" it probably made its way into Europe along the silk Road that meanders from China to this day. Only today it's not consider the "silk Road." Although, China actively builds a high-speed railway system along the silk Road to reclaim what once had, control over trade and much of its geographical area.

We know that in the Stone Age tuberculosis was common in northern Africa and Europe. We know that terrible plague state back thousands of years and that smallpox ran rampant in Rome nearly 2000 years ago. Then, he killed millions of Roman citizens during the 15 year reign of fatal illnesses, pain, and terrible suffering. In those days no one would've stopped to think about blood cleanup as an exposure to infectious diseases. In those days, "the gods" played a big role in the spread of disease. People were a long way from understanding science.

Interestingly, back in those days people were not even aware of an atmosphere surrounding their bodies. They believed simply enough that a vital force often called "the life force" entered and exited their bodies with each breath. When they finally succumb to disease and died, the life force was believed to left their bodies. As for an environment containing an atmosphere, that idea remain for several thousand years. But even today, the idea of an atmosphere with its the complexities remains foreign to most American citizens. They continued to deny climate science and human caused global warming for one example. The consequences of this denial will be meaningful when it comes to the germ theory of disease and new vectors spread around the globe because of increased temperatures. We've yet to begin studying the infectious diseases that will become part of the germ world as DNA mutates among animal species and insects.

In any case, plague so their origins to germs and these germs we often call "bacteria" and "viruses" and funguses.

Those who survived plagues were often left blind or horribly disfigured. We know they preserved body of a Chinese noblewoman who died 2100 years ago. She had terrible scars of tuberculosis. She also had heavy infestation of three types of worms. So back in the day life had its problems with germs and insects inside of her bodies. The guns are not responsible we would learn even though today many people have yet to come to terms with this idea.

No there are no divine agencies at work when it comes to disease. That's my blood-borne path fading is so important for blood cleanup practitioners as well as biohazard cleanup work.

As the New World became conquered by the Western world, Columbus's historic voyage would carry smallpox along with measles and influenza into the New World. Napoleon could have pointed to his defeat in Europe as a result of a general typhus.

Insects

Soldiers would fall victim to the bite of a louse or other insect. From the lowliest private to the highest general, all were susceptible to the bite of a insect carrying a deadly germ. The black death caused the collapse of the Eastern Roman Empire in the 17th century just as it would cause the death of millions in Europe in the 13th century. It killed 24 million Europeans six years in the middle of the 14th century, one third of the European population. In his book known as disease and history, Frederick Cartwright wrote "mortality was so great that the Pope consecrated the river Rhone at Avignon" because it was heavily polluted by infected bodies cost among the waters to read villages and hamlets of their dead. The germs causing the terrible playing were so powerful that they killed people so quickly survivors cannot handle the dead. Wild dogs were saying feeding on cadavers at the steps to the Vatican. Consider that a mere 15 million people died in four years during World War I.

At least 20 million people were killed during a six-month interval between 1918 – 1919. They died of the swine flu. Just think, a tiny microorganism could easily kill the giant well when given the opportunity. Even botulism arising from food poisoning is too small to be seen by the naked eye, while a simple 6 ounce glass of tocsin can easily kill over 3 billion people. Germs do indeed rule the world.

We know that disease-causing microorganisms surviving at least different categories as defined by humanity. From their simplest to their more complex combination these viruses, bacteria, protozoa, Hyundai, and worms cause infectious diseases throughout the known world. But for the worms, these disease carrying organisms are not available to the naked eye.

In the third world nations with their warmer climates, protozoan and warm diseases are particularly troublesome. Anywhere we find poverty in the world along with overpopulation and poor sanitation and poor healthcare we find heavy infestation by germs.

You might begin to imagine how shocked researchers were when they discovered germs and human blood. What must they have thought when they found bacteria floating along with the speed of our pulsating heart and lungs. How incredulous the discovery of viruses in our blood must have seemed at the time. Recall the human a mental deficiency syndrome (HIV) discovery in the 1970s. At first our nation's leader, especially Pres. Ronald Reagan, and select religious leaders, cannot believe that HIV-infected "straight" people. Monogamous among us. No, for them, HIV was cast upon humanity as a reflex of a God enraged by homosexuality. As it turns out, the disease had laid waste to the monogamous and the sexually perverse. On the African continent HIV had spread rapidly before anybody could find it. It just happens that in the United States it was concentrated for all to see and find in the San Francisco, California area.

We've come a long way in a short while. Here we are half a century later and we have blood-borne pathogen training for anyone who may be exposed to human blood or may even be in the area of human blood while working.The federal government listen to the Center for disease control in Atlanta, Georgia and created regulations and laws related to human blood. The federal government's occupational and safety administration (OSHA) was designated as the regulator and enforcer blood-borne pathogen training. Because of our slow response thousands of medical workers were infected by sharps, hypodermic needles, the accident which stocked medical practitioners.