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The virus has mutated, I'm pretty sure of that, I've used all the antibiotics at my disposal, perhaps someone else has some available, they would need to be pretty strong as the mutation is not responding to the common over the counter types.4
Without delving into politics there are things to consider with climate change, which scientifically has links to the human consumption of fossil fuels, firstly we all share the planet, there are no borders or boundaries in the atmosphere, what one nation dose, indirectly affects others. In order to achieve a symbiotic relationship, cooperation is needed, sacrifices have to be made, including assistance to those ill prepared, or financially unable to effect change. This, unfortunately, is influenced by business, which in turn influences politics, the phrase "Money makes the world go round " couldn't be more accurate, at least for now. Strange how despite being the supposedly most advanced species, also makes us the most destructive, we humans however are part of nature and nature has a way of healing itself, even with a little help from us. Perhaps it already too late to reverse the damage done, targets to reduce the emissions buy 2050, or whatever are meaningless in the history of the planet, so what do we do? Hell I don't know, business as usual? Won't make much difference in the ultimate outcome, it seems few are willing to make concessions in the short term, tell that to the middle class in China, which is greater than the entire population of the United States, and growing.
We all have opinions, but individually they are tailored to what our expectations are and in the big picture it doesn't change much.
Laptops never catch fire, 30 second search, no comment.3
Rhetorical replies, take them at face value.4
Agreed better to put beer in the refrigerator and reap the harvest1