How Can Such a Stupid Thing Destroy Humanity? What have we most of all been taught as children? The answer is simple: wash your hands before eating, and after using the toilet, and if you are sick stay at home, and avoid other people. But why most of us forget these are the most crucialContinue reading “Back to the Future New Normal – Part IV”
Bad news is never welcomed and we can’t predict when we receive them. Perhaps not always? Maybe we have blinded our eyes and we dont’ want to see the whole truth behind all of this. There is no more time to go into “avoidance mode”.
What have we done? Whom has our selfish behaviour presently impacted, and will affect in the future? The part II of this Back to the Future New Normal saga will rise up environmental change related concerns, and how these will influence our new normal, when we are on a rapid pace creating playgrounds for new pandemics…
This article is just the first of eight parts of my “Back to the Future New Normal” saga.
I want to rise up topics, reasons, actions, and diverse variables, which — based on facts — will affect our future. I hope you enjoy these slightly dark-toned texts.
Facing the novel biological threat SARS-CoV2 has inspired versatile scientific studies around the subject. Researchers´ interests worldwide have been aimed to investigate e.g. the mode of transmission, the easiness of spreading and sustainability of the coronavirus.
Since my last blog text, the Game of Corona has certainly become more serious and complex in terms of countries and people affected and the consequences for societies and businesses.
Nature is a genius in surprising us with new varieties of life – the latest news on novel a type of coronavirus 2019-nCoV has again proved this right. Epidemics and pandemics bring mysterious, silent and invisible bio threats to the center of people’s everyday life, causing panic, insecurity and fatalities.
Coronaviruses (CoV) are a large family of viruses that cause different types of illness, ranging from common flu to severe diseases. We still remember SARS (2002-2004) and MERS outbreaks (2012). Now rising novel coronavirus (nCoV) is a new strain that has not been previously identified in humans.