Once again upon a time the news is presenting what mad scientists keep claiming, that there are super transexual lady bugs that are resistant to being told to leave. Kinda like those party guests that get drunk and don’t understand the words “go home” anymore.
Yes I equally write in a theme of fantasy as they do.
So this one is part of the Smith family, correction, the Enterobacteriaceae family, and of course there is an acronymized version, CRE.
Let’s study what these are. First, let’s take off the prefix “entero”, we have bacteriaceae. That’s bacteria.
What is entero? Wikipedia states that “In biology and medicine, the prefix entero- refers to the intestine”.
Ok, so let’s just call it intestinal bacteria, duh. We can acronymize that as IB.
Oh but they love to confuse people with fancy term$. If they just say intestinal bacteria, who will care, everyone has those.
The other thing that’s really fun, is how for so long we have been told to avoid infections by wearing condoms to protect ourselves from peanut butter. Take a gander at the second article featured about how Dr. Spook is now suggesting to immunize babies from peanuts by giving them peanuts. Let’s do this with viruses!
Inject us with HIV to become immune to HIV.
Hey it makes perfect sense. They say go get infected with peanut butter and viruses (as in with vaccines) to be immune. Thing is this happens daily as we breathe and as we get mosquito bites.
Oh it’s just so much fun watching mad scientists at work. Now I really want to get by a Mad Scientist so that I’m immune from all their nonsense gone viral.
Speaking of seeing things that go viral here is the 1934 film “Maniac” where Phyllis Diller (comedienne) was also in this film, where it features a mad scientist.
Mad/scientists have routinely created motion pictures in/our minds that “the virus” is a maniac (which is a fantasy like many slasher films) as seen in this movie trailer from the 1980’s, it’s like the HI virus is the killer and is randomly slashing cells to death.
Remember, they are all just moving images be they in film, digital, or in the mind.
Feature of mad scientist by director: Dwain Esper, cinematographer: William C. Thompson, studio: Roadshow Attractions, via Wikimedia Commons and is a screenshot from the public domain film Maniac (1934) showing Horace B. Carpenter as the character “Dr. Meirschultz” and this represents what I see in my mind with those who are hot to develop nuclear weapons in the war on AID$.
The image snapshots of Google news were from 1/16 and 1/17 in the year twenty 17.