Typically a pathogen will die out when its hosts are all dead.
@WelI Obviously, yeah those spore bastards can be pretty immortal.
People who know nothing about science need to stop talking.
@Proactive Citizenry , and history apparently...
@Proactive Citizenry , that pathogen still exist. Till this day there's cases about it as well
@freakazoid, yeah it's still kickin' around in India I think
The plague is still around actually
@BeerLover, about 100 people die from it each year
Do not cross out these peoples names when they tweet stupid shît!
If you give peanuts to everyone with a peanut allergy pretty soon nobody will have that allergy.
We could use that with our overpopulation problems
@theboatandcarman, CCP is way ahead of you my friend.
I see this as an absolute win
14th century mentality.
"so what if you studied the subject in college for 11 years! I just googled it!"
You couldnt vaccinate the plague if you tried, anyways... its a bacterial infection, not viral
“There is currently no plague vaccine that's approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.”
It weeded out the weak