Discussion in 'Other Health News and Research' started by natasa778, Oct 31, 2014.
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/algae-virus-may-be-changing-cognitive-ability-2
Reminds me of the virus or bacteria (can't remember which) that makes mice less fearful and more susceptible to being eaten by cats.
Maybe a parasite? This is quite common in nature.
But testing on animals does not really confirm processes in humans. All it tells you is that a similar-looking thing happens in mice. The mechanisms in mice can be markedly different and thus irrelevant.
And it is CRUEL.
Toxoplasma gondii ?
Yup,that one. Thank you!
some of these things are too overwhelming to imagine!
There was a science fiction program in Britain in the early 1990's called "Red Dwarf". It was very popular.
I used to love it.
One fantasy episode called "Quarentine" involved a "luck virus" , a good mood virus and a madness virus.
So it turns out that maybe a madness virus exists.
Here is an exercpt from it showing someone getting the madness virus, just for those British members who remember it.
You can also try a Google Site Search
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