Which Threat is More Urgent: “Man made Global Warming” or Antibiotic Resistance?

Mastersen's Musings

All of human life is about priorities: we cannot do it all and have it all, and we cannot fix it all.

As Liberal Hollywood continues to pound the drum on “Man-made Global Warming”, backed up by liars in the science community and in government agencies (see this piece on how the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration quietly reinstated July 1936 as the hottest month on record instead of July 2012, link), a crisis of far greater impact on humanity is being largely ignored: the alarming increase in antibiotic resistance by powerful bacteria that cause misery, suffering, and (quick) death no matter the age or physical health of the person.

Which are you more worried about, that man-made carbon emissions are causing global temperatures to rise, or that a scratch from a rose bush, or a urinary tract infection, might kill you?

At UCLA, Spellberg treated a woman with what appeared to…

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