Scientists Use Weather To Forecast Flu Season

It’s official, weather forecasts predict the flu.  As I write about it in sci-fi stories, it just sometimes seems to happen in reality, but with less drama.  It is now possible to predict flu season peaks and occurrences based on weather reports!  Why?

Well, science likes to think they know why and they say that it is because those hot dry days influence the bugs and other vectors that transmit disease to multiply and therefore speed up the disease migration process.  So that’s the scientist’s brilliant answer.  But, I have a question left unanswered….

My question is what caused the seasonal changes that started the expansion of the vector animal propagation?  ……. Now, looking back on the news and research, fractal treewe have recently noted that bacteria in the clouds can affect the weather.  So perhaps it is that these bugs change the weather so the flu vectors can multiply and transmit the bugs to us to make us sick.  Wow!  It almost sounds like a conspiracy.

The funny thing about conspiracy is that it implies intelligence and who would give the Earth an IQ test?  I mean,  from clouds, to weather,  to animals, to insects, to viruses all working in some kind of harmonious behavior to spread the flu almost begins to describe a pretty big chunk of the Earth.  We can easily connect more dots like,  the evaporation from the soil and plants that affects the clouds… and on and on.  So is the whole planet conspiring to reduce overpopulation from its surface and at the end point of this process use viruses to achieve this goal?

It’s something to think about.  I have,  and it is part of one of my publications in the making.  I write Sci-Fi because you won’t believe reality.  Here is the story about forecasting the flu (but not my reality).

http://m.cbsnews.com/fullstory.rbml?catid=57561879&feed_id=null&videofeed=null

Janr Ssor

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