Ebola is all over the news and has struck fear in many.
You can see it in social media status updates, the types of news stories people share, and the top headlines on The Drudge Report.
But if everyone really cared about stopping Ebola from spreading, wouldn’t they do something to try and stop it?
It turns out, the solution is simple:
“In which John is diagnosed with ebola by the Internet but turns out to be suffering from viral meningitis. How should we imagine novel diseases and how should we combat them? And why do we only focus on diseases that we fear will affect “us”? How does the way we imagine “us” shape the way we respond to disease outbreaks? Questions like that are examined while meningitis headaches are lamented.”
Did you follow that?
All that is needed is to curb Ebola is some bleach, latex gloves and some running water.
It’s about time we came down from our hightower and did something to make the world a better place.