Science Today (Can Diseases be Good?)

Science Today (Can Diseases be Good?)

Introduction:
A lot of time, we might think diseases as bad, but disease is also life which might try to kill the bad life in us. This might sound counter-intuitive at first but if we look at overall view, diseases might be better adept at living as compared to us (and we might be the exploiters against them). Can “Diseases” be good?

Meat:

1. Astrophysics (Far: About Stars, Aliens and Fairies if they exist)

Catching Solar Particles Infiltrating Earth’s Atmosphere
(Sun throws up a tantrum and we accept it in Earth: Can we call Sun bad?)

Free-Floating Planets in the Milky Way Outnumber Stars by Factors of Thousands: Life-Bearing Planets May Exist in Vast Numbers
(Life elsewhere in Universe, signifying “Survival of Fittest” with humans. Can we call “Alien Life” bad?)

2. Quantum Mechanics (Small: Of young children, new thinking and the world of small things for people who prefer perfection)

World’s Most Difficult Chemical Experiment: The Struggle to Discover the Secret of Super-Heavy Elements
(What happens inside super heavy elements? Nature in Super-Heavy Elements play “Hide in Seek” with us, signifying Nature is yet to reveal us its true identity. Can we call Nature bad?)

3. Nobel Prize (Talent: People who did great discoveries in Science and are given a prize so that you don’t forget them)

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1978
Werner Arber, Daniel Nathans, Hamilton O. Smith

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1978 was awarded jointly to Werner Arber, Daniel Nathans and Hamilton O. Smith “for the discovery of restriction enzymes and their application to problems of molecular genetics”.
(Scientist discover knifes which can cut the most basic foundation of living beings to find the clue to Life and more)

4. Brain (You: Human Thinking Machine )

Zebrafish Reveal Promising Process for Healing Spinal Cord Injury
(Injury can be healed by shape now but in fishes. Zebrafish shows amazing tenacity as compared to Humans.)

Pediatric Brain Tumors Traced to Brain Stem Cells
(Brain behaves unusual, one part of it works and the other fails, when a gene shuts off)

5. Gene Therapy (Close: Of Relationships)

Genetic Causes Identified for Disturbances in Lipid Metabolism; Implications for Diabetes
(Diabetes on the way out, helped by Scientist)

Researchers Continue ‘Extraordinary Measures’ to Tackle Pompe Disease
(Scientist on the hunt of a villain which removes fast energy, a disease which will do anything to kill)

6. Evolution

IUDs, Implants Most Effective Birth Control, Study Suggests
(America gets to task on unintended pregnancies, which is caused by lack of money and probably an expensive scientific technique which is yet to get mainstream)

Gourmet Butterflies Speed North
(Butterflies expand in England by “Survival of Fittest” against other species)

7. Diseases

Potential Cause of HIV-Associated Dementia Revealed
(HIV virus gets active in the brain pairing with other diseases like Dementia to kill its enemy ‘Humans’, which signifies “Our Enemy can form better relationships than us”, a quality which we humans seem lacking)

Conclusion:
As we see above, there are many diseases, fish and animals which are thriving against humans in a common Nature exemplifying “Better Survival of Fittest” skills against us and hence we should be cautious about calling them bad. They are better adept in a diminishing Nature. It might be a good idea trying to develop a symbiotic relationships with most living beings for further growth in Nature and us.

Caution: This might be all theory

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