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Disease Before Plumbing
After the fall of the Roman Empire, Europeans despised all things Roman, including bathing. There was a widespread belief that getting wet caused illness. This contempt and fear of bathing persisted through the Dark Ages.
Some Europeans defied local customs by bathing, but this was usually done over great protest. When Queen Elizabeth bathed, her servants panicked, fearing she would become ill and die.
This resistance to bathing was brought across the Atlantic to America, influencing habits all the way into the 1800s. In 1835, Philadelphia almost passed an ordinance forbidding Read the rest here!wintertime bathing. Ten years later, Boston did outlaw bathing, except by medical directive. (Though this law was not widely enforced, it does illustrate the American resistance to bathing as late as the mid 1800s.)
How Plumbing Eradicated Disease
Before plumbing was widely used, indoor facilities consisted of a washstand and a washbowl, a pitcher, and a chamber pot or commode. Human waste was thrown into the street or anywhere convenient.
This total lack of sanitation in urban areas filled with rats and other vermin provided the perfect environment to spread disease. The Black Plague alone killed 75 million – 200 million people – including 1/3 of Europe’s population. Though this disease is not entirely eradicated, human infection has become a rare occurrence. The last plague epidemic in America was in the early 1900’s.
Because vaccines aren’t the primary driver of the eradication of disease.
If you want disease in Africa to decline, you don’t need vaccines (@ Gates). You need infrastructure and clean food/water sources
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When Christina first asked me to help with Amber, I wasn’t too familiar with the actresses work yet, and became extremely hesitant once I saw her social media posts. Christina has a very accurate track record of spotting victims of abuse. So, I took her word for it, but also did my own research.
As a non-practicing Christian; I still cling to traditional Abrahamic gender roles in relationships, I think partially because they’re embedded in me, both culturally and through personal life experience.
Working on this case however, has enlightened me on many of my own relationship insecurities I didn’t want to face.
I also think people can become so stuck in their ways; their own traditions, their own self-righteousness, that it’s literally impossible for them to see a victim crying for help, even when it’s right in plain sight.
In Amber’s case, it was new technology being used against her. This is not your everyday, he says’ she says’ Hollywood tabloid breakup.
There was espionage involving new technology un-detected by the current court system rules to defame her.
There’s only a 1% of lawyers who understand tech laws, and because it’s so ever-changing, it’s hard to put a price on it. I know this for many reasons.
One, I used to sell social media followers door to door to business’s in Beverly Hills, and Santa Monica CA.
At the time, I was certain everybody out West was buying followers due to their large accounts, but come to find out the inner circle was much smaller than I realized.
I also lost many social media accounts worth a lot of money in data, due to an issue at the fault of an ATT employee transferring google authenticator to a new phone improperly. When contacting a tech lawyer, pricing it out was very difficult, he also wasn’t confident in winning the case. He was confident he was the best tech lawyer, but not confident about tech lol.
Now back to Amber, I have never seen so many fucking bots in my life.
I never witnessed so much hate towards a single person, so much disregard to a person’s life such as I saw Amber experience on various social media channels. It was obvious to me, that not only were they trying to silence her, they were licensed to kill her as well.
She’s not the first, or the last. She’s just the first to fight back in a way that caught the attention of a few frustrated overlooked influencers in tech.
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