Dead Viruses Don’t Die


By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog


Genetics is eugenics in disguise.

Sir Francis Galton’s “science of improving stock” is religion disguised as science.

According to Sir Galton …

“It has, indeed, strong claims to become an orthodox religious tenet of the future, for Eugenics cooperate with the works of Nature by securing that humanity shall be represented by the fittest races. What nature does blindly, slowly, and ruthlessly, man can do providently, quickly, and kindly.”

According to Sir Julian Huxley …

“Once the full implications of evolutionary biology are grasped, eugenics will eventually become part of the religion of the future, or of whatever complex of sentiments may in the future take the place of organized religion.”

Sirs Galton and Huxley obviously didn’t get Dr. Mae-Wan Ho’s memo …

“Geneticists have now linked the emergence of pathogenic bacteria and antibiotic resistance to horizontal gene transfer — that is, the transfer of genes to unrelated species by infection through viruses, through pieces of genetic material.”

According to water resource protection expert Edo McGowan …

“Once ingested, the antibiotic resistant genes (ARGs) or virulence islands may be transferred to normal flora, and subsequently to pathogenic bacteria found in humans or animals, making later treatment with particular antibiotics ineffective. Pruden, et al note that because ARGs are not alive cells, they are not affected by chlorine but they are small enough to be missed by typical filter systems used by the waste water and drinking water industries. Thus they wind up in the potable water supply.”

Dead Viruses don’t die in the conventional meaning of the word.

Sex is a ménage à trois — man, woman, and virus.

Candida plays the horizontal gene transfer game too — especially when deprived of sugar.

Candida cops an attitude when its sweet tooth is threatened, becoming more virulent and prone to enter the human gene pool.

'Dead Viruses Don’t Die' have 3 comments

  1. May 31, 2016 @ 7:43 pm Atom

    Uranium and fluorocarbon workers couldn’t sue for damages if fluorine was “harmless” enough to be “necessary” for dental health.


  2. June 3, 2016 @ 12:20 am John

    Hi Atom, a hairdresser recently told me that people who use hot water to wash their hair have worse condition hair than those who use cold water. What is your view on this ?


    • June 5, 2016 @ 12:45 am Atom

      Cold water is better. Hot water can damage the hair.

      Cold water stimulates fingernail growth too.


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