Article: Millions at risk as deadly fungal infections acquire drug resistance
Thank you industry, thank you agriculture, thank you science for creating yet another life-threatening problem while trying to “improve” our condition and urging “progress”. Well done.
But hey, soon science will come up with a solution to this new problem, too, right? After all, this is how it went ever since civilization started, mankind created problems and fixed them with increasingly complex techniques that in turn created a dozen more problems.
Masanobu Fukuoka said:
“It is as if a fool were to stomp on and break the tiles of his roof. Then when it starts to rain and the ceiling begins to rot away, he hastily climbs up to mend the damage, rejoicing in the end that he has accomplished a miraculous solution.
It is the same with the scientist. He pores over books night and day, straining his eyes and becoming nearsighted, and if you wonder what on earth he has been working on all that time-it is to become the inventor of eyeglasses to correct nearsightedness.”