'Delusional' seems to describe a lot of people (and media) these days. I blame computers and software, because now "anything is possible" and people are gullible enough to fall for the blatant hype and marketing.
Because "climate change" is a political issue and if you're not 97% on board with the alarmist dogma you get denounced, attacked and marginalized by the groupthink mob because you're worse than Hitler.
"Neither President Obama nor Bush is "wanted" for any "crimes against humanity" by the ICC, INTERPOL, or any government."
There you go again, patriarchically imposing objective reality upon (and oppressing) those who wish to live in their own fabricated world. Couldn't you have posted a trigger warning in advance for this microaggression?
from the excellent-reasons-to-send-your-kids-to-live-on-a-farm dept.
sciencehabit writes: For researchers trying to untangle the roots of the current epidemic of asthma, one observation is especially intriguing: Children who grow up on dairy farms are much less likely than the average child to develop the respiratory disease. Now, a European team studying mice has homed in on a possible explanation: Bits of bacteria found in farm dust trigger an inflammatory response in the animals' lungs that later protects them from asthma. An enzyme involved in this defense is sometimes disabled in people with asthma, suggesting that treatments inspired by this molecule could ward off the condition in people.