SOURCE: Washington Post
More than a hundred years ago, germ theory — the discovery that microorganisms such as bacteria and viruses caused disease — had a profound impact on almost every aspect of human behavior, just as the novel coronavirus could do after the current pandemic ends.
by Deirdre Mask
“The poor were dying in disproportionate numbers not because they suffered from moral failings,” Steven Johnson writes. “They were dying because they were being poisoned.”
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