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Canadianguy17 1 point ago +1 / -0

Typhus was an "Infectious disease". That requires microorganisms to be pathogenic and that claim is erroneous. Therefore the claim that diseases are transmissible is erroneous. There is no such phenomenon as an infectious disease.

I suggest the book "What Really Makes You Ill?" by Lester and Parker

Germ theory is bogus. There is a better chance that something in the environment caused the Typhus illness as opposed to an infectious disease that required immunization.

Many companies had diseases created to hide their contamination of populated areas.

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bcfromfl 1 point ago +1 / -0

I've tried reading discussions of terrain theory, and watching documentaries, but none of the ones I've seen ever go over specific outbreaks, and link them to other causes (except polio). Do you have any sauce specifically on typhus? Thanks!