Antibiotic Resistance Latest Thing To Be Blamed On ‘Climate Change’ (scam)

All because you refuse to give up your fossil fueled vehicle, cheeseburgers, and air conditioning in favor of going vegan, living in a big (crime filled city), and paying massive taxes to The Government

Climate change could be driving antibiotic resistance across the US, study warns

Climate change is wreaking havoc across the globe – melting ice caps, causing dangerous weather and decimating animal populations.

New research has found that it could also be increasing antibiotic resistance in bacteria.

A team of epidemiologists from Harvard Medical School, Boston Children’s Hospital and the University of Toronto have found that higher local temperatures and population densities correspond with a higher degree of antibiotic resistance in common bacterial strains.

Previously, increase in resistance to common bacteria was thought to come from over-prescribing antibiotics.

And probably will be found to come from over-prescribing again. But, hey, notice two things. First, the use of “could”. It either is or isn’t. If you’re throwing out “could”, it means you aren’t sure, and, in this case, scaremongering. Second, notice that high density urban areas are considered bad for this.

The researchers found that an increase of 50 degrees Fahrenheit is associated with increases of antibiotic-resistant strains of E. coli (4.2 percent), K. pneumoniae (2.2 percent), and S. aureus (3.6 percent).

Say what? There’s been a 1.5F increase in global temperatures since 1850. We’re a long, long way off from an increase of 50F, so, this is all about fearmongering. Who’s surprised?

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2 Responses to “Antibiotic Resistance Latest Thing To Be Blamed On ‘Climate Change’ (scam)”

  1. Stosh says:

    OK, so if they don’t mention it again until there is an increase of 50 degrees Fahrenheit, I’m good….

  2. BTW, that whole “overprescribing drugs” thing is only for USA audiences. The rest of the world doesn’t generally use prescriptions to get anti-biotics. They get them over the counter. Nor do they follow the Dr instructions to finish the entire course. so…. if we connect the dots, we see that resistant forms of disease are coming from immigrants.

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