Re: Clean water = low immunity = more disease
- From: Charles Francis <charles@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 7 Dec 2005 07:19:31 +0000
Thus spake Oz <Oz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Charles Francis <charles@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes
>>Actually if you compare our culture to France, where they like to eat
>>good food and hate additives, they have much more gastro-enteritis. But
>>they don't complain about it; they accept it as a fact of life.
>That's because its much less serious and that's because their immune
>system fairly recently came across a similar bug.
This is a circular argument. If we hadn't been complaining in the first
place, we wouldn't have aggravated the problem. The lesson is, stuff the
statistics and ignore the advice. It's healthier not to worry about it.
>Cowmen, who work in and regularly breath in, bovine excreta, have by far
>the lowest number of days off work for sickness IMO.
Of course the number of days off is strictly limited by the number of
days worked, now that no one can afford to employ a cowman.
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