Cerebral Conquest: Thought Theories & Philosophy

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This one I thought of today, so excuse the chaos, I'm going off of scribbles I wrote on order tickets at work. And preface, this one is *yawn* a bit boring. :)

Chapter 3 (v.1) - Don't Freak Out, You Germaphobes

Submitted: January 08, 2019

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Hey now, we use gloves at work.

Hey, handsanitizer kills 99.9% of germs.

Did you know, washing hands with hot water and soaps are really good at stopping germs?

 

Hmm. Although the germs have been eliminated from our thoughts (haha) they haven't been eliminated from the environment. Unless, I suppose, you are constantly sanitizing every single object you encounter in your setting, and your skin, everytime, at every moment.

No now, we don't do that, and that's not how it works.

Yes, theres efficacy in the preventitave messures we take in combatting the spread of diseases and other unwanted, unspecified germs.

But, they are always there, and they multiply on their own. 

And I'm willing to bet, that despite our best efforts, we still get sick, dont we? 

 

So yes, for a moment, you are clean, but that door handle you're using... I don't think so.

There's so many of us touching and breathing, so many germs, so much chaos, that its not really fair to our society to have us believe that we are ridding ourselves of germs

 

The germs are there and will always be there despite choosing to wash our hands.

 

And do not forget the importance germs play in building our immune systems.

 

So here's my conclusion.

Normalized and rationalized preventative measures in the combat of spreading germs through contact (skin to skin, skin to surface, surface to skin) only serves as a stunt in the rate at which they reaccumulate, multiply, and are reexposed to our being. 


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