People at Reddit are sharing information on “terrible” science They believe that the public knows nothing in a thread inviting scientists to reveal everything. We’ll be honest, a lot of which you probably don’t know. So come back now if you want to save yourself from some trauma and read everyone else as we compile some of our “favorites”. Some self-descriptive; We’ll jump in if we have something to add. Yes, good old anthrax can be buried for many years to really resurrect and infect others. An outbreak of anthrax in Siberia in 2016 killed at least 1,500 reindeer, four people were hospitalized and a 12-year-old child could be killed if the carcass of an infected 75-year-old reindeer spread.
This could happen more often as the climate crisis continues. Prion diseases are legally horrible. The worst is insomnia. It is more complicated (see here) but basically, the inherited disease strikes when you are around 50. You lose sleep, and lose sleep and lose sleep. “Usually, one day in the Middle Ages, the victim sees that he [or she] has begun to sweat. The mirror will show at a glance that his disciples have shrunk into papyx and he is holding his head in a painful, stiff way,” journalist DT Max said in his 2006 Described in the book “The Family That Couldn’t Sleep”.
“Constipation is common, women suddenly enter menopause and men become impotent. The affected person begins to have trouble sleeping and tries to compensate with a jolt in the afternoon, but to no avail. His blood pressure and pulse improved and his body improved the next month. For months, he desperately tried to sleep, sometimes closing his eyes, but never succeeding in reading more than being a light fool.” Within 18 months of onset, those who contracted the disease died.
True, this can be bypassed-but not unless you’re a techie who knows what he’s doing. Particularly fatally, very little was known until 1985 about how many processes were going on in premature infants without pain relief. Newborns are still going through a painful process without pain relief. If you want to scare yourself more about anesthetics, we suggest you check out the forgotten practice of twilight sleep.