Richard G. Petty, MD

Plague: A Follow Up

I’ve had a lot of very positive feedback about my article about global warming and the risk of Plague.

One person said that he didn’t want to think about something scary like that. Which reminded me a bit of our new kitten, who has still not worked out that if she can’t see you, then maybe you can still see her. She hides her head in a large stand of Pampas grass and assumes that she’s now invisible….

As the conversation with Mr. Head-In-the-Sand continued, I had a sudden flashback to the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, in which the "Ravenous Bugblatter Beast of Traal" was described as "so mind-bogglingly stupid that it assumes that if you can’t see it, then it can’t see you."

I just received this report from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in Atlanta.

As you will see, there have been very few cases of Plague in the United States and the CDC keeps a close watch for us. The article also lists some of the key clinical featres of the illness.

About Richard G. Petty, MD
Dr. Richard G. Petty, MD is a world-renowned authority on the brain, and his revolutionary work on human energy systems has been acclaimed around the globe. He is also an accredited specialist in internal and metabolic medicine, endocrinology, psychiatry, acupuncture and homeopathy. He has been an innovator and leader of the human potential movement for over thirty years and is also an active researcher, teacher, writer, professional speaker and broadcaster. He is the author of five books, including the groundbreaking and best selling CD series Healing, Meaning and Purpose. He has taught in over 45 countries and 48 states in the last ten years, but spends as much time as possible on his horse farm in Georgia.

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