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    • I got suspended in 9th grade for three days because my teacher was telling us how people who got the black plague were basically given a death sentence. My statement to her was "once you go black, you never go back" and apparently that's offensive to middle aged women.
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    • I don’t know how many times I need to post this a Black Plague post. The Black Plague is not a virus it’s a bacteria that still exists treatable by antibiotics. There is no vaccine because we have antibiotics
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    • 1. it didn't disappear, it's still around, 2. It's not a virus, vaccines wouldn't work anyways. It's a bacterial infection, so it needs antibiotics
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    • No one has yet to say that the Black Plague was a bacteria and vaccines are mostly for viruses
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    • It didn’t disappear, after the first huge ass outbreak it kept reappearing until the great fire of London. People still get it today you dumb fuck. Our modern technology allows us to treat it.
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    • Actually 2/3 of Europe
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    • It did not disappear. Fucking dumb ass antivaxxers!!
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    • 1/3 of europe disappered without a vaccine too
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    • I mean, i love vaccines, but maybe anti-vaxxers are natures way of thinning the herd in a species that can mentally challenge itself to find ways to prevent genetic cullings. If nature cant beat man because man have big brain, nature get in man big brain.
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    • Actually a doctor realized that farmers who had suffered from cow pox were immune to the black plague. He infected multiple people with cow pox and they soon developed an immunity to the black plague. Sooo there was a vaccination.
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    • There's also the fact that the Black Plague still exists....
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    • The funny think is, It was actually killed off by people introduced themselves to cow pox, a disease very close to the black plague, so close that the body could then become immune to the the bubonic plague and defeat it. Somewhat the first kind of "vaccine" p.s. chicken pox does the same thing.
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    • Uh hate to burst some people's bubbles but the plague is still active in some places. Its just more sectioned off so people don't catch it.
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    • Not being vacinated is like playing life on "peeing with a boner " difficulty
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    • Thats because it killed everyone who got it. it didnt just go away it killed faster than it could infect people.
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    • The plague still happens, it hasn’t disappeared, we just have hygiene now
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    • Desu a month
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    • Then it reappeared around the time of the American revolution where the first vaccines were created and those vaccines stopped the Black Plague.
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    • The black plague still exists, it's not a virus or anything that needs a vaccine tho. It's a type of bacteria, very basic antibiotics help defend against it, it didn't go anywhere and it's downfall had nothing to do with essential oils or vaccines. It was modern medicine in general
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    • What a dumbass. The plague is still around, it's just easy to treat so ppl don't get it much. Also, the plague is caused by bacteria known as y. pestis. You literally can't mqke a vaccine for it.
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    • The black plague was a hoax. This is what killed 1/3 of Europe
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    • Black Plague is also caused by a bacteria so...........
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    • It killed itself because it could not spread because it killed its victims to quickly
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    • Also, the bubonic plague isnt gone, and there are vaccines that prevent it, it is still deadly without the vaccines
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    • It.... still exists
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    • We need another plague
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    • Didn’t it also take decades of spreading immunity genes to finally wipe it out?
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    • I’m pretty sure I read the plague is back, scientists have found it in recently uncovered soil after polar ice melting
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    • fun fact: they didnt simply “survive” the plague, one guy noticed that people who went to certain areas were getting the plague when they got water from curtain wells, they later closed the well and destroyed it getting rid of the source thus ending the plague. (something like that, i did a report)
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    • it was not just Europe and Africa that were devastated by the deadly disease. Countries such as China suffered horrendously from the 1328 outbreak with their population dropping from 125 million to 90 million during just the middle half of 14th century.
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    • Only because they burned all of the bodies and quarantined an entire continent. But on a real note, if you survived the black plague, you’re more than just lucky, the chances of catching the Plague was GREATER than 1 out of 2. Thats like 1.5 out of every 2 people got the plague in the 14th century.
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    • The only reason it went away is because it's so deadly that it killed everyone that had it before it could spread. Measles is a bit smarter
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    • Actually they rubbed the blood that was contaminated by the plague on a persons open wound but a slight bit of it and made it so they would have a resistance to the full thing. Technically a vaccine
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    • Killed so many fucking people it stopped cause the distance between people that were still around was too great for it to continue spreading. Yeah, no vaccine back then, just pure luck, you fucking retard.
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    • To make it sound more deadly it wiped out 1/3 of humanity, in that time the world to everyone was Europe and Asia
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    • It also disappeared without essential oils so...
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    • It didn’t disappear. There are still people who get it and die from it.
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    • Also the Black Plague wasn’t a virus so a vaccine is not even relevant
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    • Two things that never get old. 1. Making fun of anti vaxxers. 2. Their children
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    • Actually the Black Plague is still around. It’s just rare to get
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    • Actually the black plague still exists ya dinguses
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    • Adding "just saying" proves you're already wrong, change my mind.
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    • The same people that are antivax, are pro abortion. I think they work for Thanos and are just trying to kill half of all humans.
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    • Anti vaxers, Flat earthers, Furrys, Feminists. Time for a Crusade
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    • Isn't there currently legitimate fear that the black plague may resurface in San Francisco due to the lack of sanitation?
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    • Black Death didn’t disappear it’s just not common you can still get it
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    • I work in a Pharmacy and just saying, we do have a Vaccine for that, so if you do ever want one you can come and get it!
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    • Petition to force all anti-vaxxers to play plague Inc. until they understand how a disease works.
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    • It disappeared because the Europeans burned the bodies of anyone that had it no matter if they were alive or dead
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    • I'll bet that there were advanced civilizations before us.. I'll bet antivaxers, flat earthers, and just generally dumb fucks ruined those societies too
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    • Now now, let’s be honest... small loss
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    • Im saying that it DIDNT kill 2/3 of Europe
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    • I hope the plague reappears to finish the job bc this is bullshit.
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    • It still exists for one two there are bodies untouched that have dormant strains we could still find today...
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    • Retarted antivax: WhAt AbOuT ThE oThEr 2/3
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    • 2 words: Natural selection
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    • It didn't disappear though. It's literally still diagnosed every year. Herd immunity just kicked in for a bit, and modern medicine made it more treatable, making the mortality rate drop. There's still about 650 cases a year globally, and about 120 of those die, according to the CDC website.
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    • It did it’s job and left
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    • It also is still around so she is double retarded
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    • The Black Plague disappeared cause it ran out of people to kill
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    • Actually people still get infected with it to this day. It's still around.
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    • It “disappeared” because more people eventually died from it FASTER than it infected others
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    • Actually 2/3 but ok
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    • It disappeared because everybody who got it and didn’t have the proper DNA to naturally combat it fucking died. It was literally one of the most notable instances of natural selection in humans in recent history. Which is ironic because this person seems like a prime target for natural selection
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    • Also the reason it "disappeared" is because people were burning the deceased. Cleansed by fire
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    • It actually didn’t go away. There are actually a few cases of it every year world wide. Or at least of its descendant. But today it’s pretty manageable cause of modern MEDICINE
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    • It’s still around
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    • The only reason why it stopped is because it killed enough ppl that it couldn’t jump to another living person 😂
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    • The Black Plague never actually fully went away. Although extremely rare, it’s still possible to contract the Bubonic Plague. And it’s actually curable if diagnosed early enough.
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    • Technically the black plague did not disappear it's just not common these days
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    • Can’t infect more people when all the people are dead
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    • They eradicated it by killing the rats carrying the disease. Are you implying we should kill your children?
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    • JUST GET YA VACCINATIONS WHY IS IT SO HARD
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    • The black plague didnt go away you know, there were hundreds of smaller outbreaks until proper sanitation and vaccines came along
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    • Yup, it’s gone because everyone who had it fucking died
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    • It literally didnt "disappear" there are still cases today and it only became rare because of vaccines
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    • I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but the Black Plague still exists.
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    • It died down because it ran out of people to infect
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    • Not to mention that its a bacterial infection and not a viral one...
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    • Yes let the natural selection do it's work
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    • Natural selection
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    • How the black plague started is so cool and scary. The mongols (i believe) would catapult their infected dead onto their enemies.
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    • It never disappeared though. Better living conditions and improving hygiene caused considerably less infections. Even now, over 600 people are killed by the plague every year.
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    • The Black Plague was a bacterial infection because of Europe’s shit hygiene. It went away because it was killing faster than it could spread and because people were fighting it. Vaccines only help against VIRAL infections, antibiotics help against BACTERIAL infections.
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    • it’s still around antibiotics cure it. literally still kills people in 2019.
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    • It killed many till real medicine worked and they started cleaning up after themselves instead of throwing their feces into the middle of the street. The people who survived finally developed some immunity to the Black Plague
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    • Imagine thinking the Black Plague actually disappeared and isn't prevented by modern medicine.
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    • I’m getting my MPH in epidemiology...The plague is still active. The US has about 17 cases each year...it hasn’t gone away.
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    • For all y’all ignorant peoples, Calder Robinson is a satire account
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    • You prevent the Black Plague with antibiotics not vaccines... and it’s not gone it’s still around.
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    • The plague is bacterial so you wouldn’t have a vaccine. You treat it with antibiotics, you uneducated piece of fuck.
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    • Actually it’s still around so
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    • I’m pretty sure it only stopped because it killed so many people that there were not enough people to spread properly for it to survive
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    • Yeah cause there weren't vaccines in the 1300s you dense brainlet
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    • Hope he knows that disease is still around
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    • Plague still exists
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