When once you interfere with the order of nature, there is no knowing where the results will end.
– Herbert Spencer
It was great while it lasted: the age of antibiotics. Sure came and went in a hurry, though, didn’t it? Left me with a few questions:
- How did antibiotics run their course already in just 50 years?
- How did we get so sick?
- Where does all the money go?
- Why aren’t we making any progress?
- What’s going to happen now?
These are the questions for which you can almost never get a straight answer. Unless you look beyond Newsweek, beyond the San Francisco Chronicle, beyond 20/20, or Ted Turner, beyond the media which year by year seem to cater to an ever-dwindling level of literacy and awareness… Continue reading