4.5 billion years ago, an entity known as the ‘Sun’ was born.
Shortly after birth, it invented vitamin D. This vitamin went on to play a starring role in nourishing most living entities on a planet named ‘Earth’.
In 1914, vitamin D was harnessed in pill form known as a supplement, for humans to ingest in order to boost their health. This was invented by scientists.
Science was invented approximately 9000 years ago by humans.
Around 200 years ago, the common cold virus was invented by birds and passed onto humans.
This week (February 2017), scientists have discovered that taking vitamin D could prevent humans from contracting the cold virus.
Now I might not be the best person to challenge this theory, however, how has it taken a 9000 year old human endeavour 103 years to discover that a supplement of a 4.5 billion year old invention could prevent a 200 year old virus? I call their research into question.
Either they are liars, or we don’t have the best people working in medical research.
Look at the scientists who work for L’Oréal, Olay, Garnier and all of the other cosmetic brands. They’re coming up with new innovations on a monthly basis.
Head and Shoulders abolished dandruff in the 1970s with their scientific formula. L’Oréal discovered Boswellox in the 1990s, which quickly transformed the likes of Joanna Lumley and Helen Mirren from elderly crows into the youthful sex sirens we know today, thanks to a crack team of scientists. Simple’s scientists discovered pro vitamin B5, bringing the greasy hair of the 20th century into the millennial GHB generation.
If these guys were working in medical science, they’d have found a cure for death by now, not faffing about with vitamins and viruses. They’d have cracked that safe a century ago.
How much are these cosmetics scientists being paid compared to their medical counterparts?
Are the likes of L’Oréal and Garnier lurking outside the gates of the best science universities, waiting for the all the first class honours students in order to snap them up for their expertise, to innovate the newest breakthroughs in eradicating split ends?
Perhaps their giant financial packages are too much for the top scientists to turn down, leaving all the dregs of the PhD graduates to pick up whatever jobs are left, like trying to cure cancer and making the world a better place to live, using science.
I get the feeling that the corporate world might be ruining humanity. I’m not sure why I’d think that though.