What kills us all is death. Death is not an ease. It is, therefore, a disease. It makes things uneasy for us.
So, yes. A disease will kill us all.
However, I've never died. If someone who's died enough times to testify is willing to testify, I'm probably willing to hear them out.
Most of the really dangerous diseases, except HIV/AIDS are problematic only in the poorer countries, e.G., Africa, India.
Despite all the claims that cures have been found for HIV/AIDS, among all infectious diseases, HIV/AIDS is the second highest cause of death; lower respiratory infections are No. 1. The rate of increase for all the other infectious diseases has been decreasing; but, the rate for HIV/AIDS death has been increasing fourfold.
HIV/AIDS are huge problems in the poor countries, but in the wealthy countries too, e.G., USA, UK, because of a huge IV drug addiction problems, and unprotected sex among male homosexuals, where the rate of HIV/AIDS is the highest. And, it is prevalent among gay women because many lesbians have unprotected sex with gay men. And gay men and women usually hang out, party and associate together, versus hanging out with heterosexuals. And, gays are more promiscuous than heterosexuals, which increases the risk of transmitting HIV/AIDS and other STDs. The risk of contracting HIV through unprotected receptive anal sex is almost 20 times greater than the HIV risk associated with vaginal intercourse among straight heterosexuals.
Not only did lesbians commonly have sex with men, but with lots of men. They were 4.5 times as likely as exclusively heterosexual controls to have had more than 50 lifetime male sex partners. Consequently, the lesbians’ median number of male partners was twice that of exclusively heterosexual women. Lesbians were three to four times more likely than heterosexual women to have sex with men who were high-risk for HIV disease-homosexual, bisexual, or IV drug-abusing men.8 The study “demonstrates that WSW [women who have sex with women] are more likely than non- WSW to engage in recognized HIV risk behaviors such as IDU [intravenous drug use], sex work, sex with a bisexual man, and sex with a man who injects drugs, confirming previous reports.”
This is a huge problem in Africa where anal sex is not frowned upon or anal sex with animals.
UGANDA'S WOMEN DEMAND DEATH PENALTY FOR BESTIALITY
Many people in Africa practice anal sex to preserve a woman’s virginity and to prevent pregnancies. The majority of Africans are illiterate.
The top 10 infectious Diseases are:
7. Bubonic Plaque
9. Typhoid fever
10. Small pox
With the overpopulation in countries like Indian where men urinate against buildings, who knows what disease epidemics will happen? Most poor countries have sanitation problems.
With 7 Billion People, World Has a Poop Problem
Approximately 2.6 billion people around the world lack any sanitation whatsoever. More than 200 million tons of human waste goes untreated every year. In the developing world, 90 percent of sewage is discharged directly into lakes, rivers and oceans. And even in developed countries, cities depend on old, rickety sewage systems that are easily overwhelmed by a heavy rain.
Yes, with all the things we don't have cures for, cancer, aids, etc. The world might go into a medical catastrophe, there has been extreme medical breakouts before and they might evolve into even worse breakouts, so maybe not in the next 50 years but I believe one day something will break out.
Bacteria can survive in an incredibly hostile environment. Over millions of years of evolution, they have learned to deceive our best defense - the immune system. To develop a resistance to antibiotics took less than a hundred years. In fact the idea of antibiotics were just stolen by humans from bacteria, that gained ability to take advantage over another bacteria that way.
Whether you like it or not, we are still a part of nature and natural selection keep going on right now.
The proliferation of infectious diseases is kept at bay only by our ability to prevent their multiplication, adaptation, mutation, and spread. In the event of an epidemic or pandemic, we could try to prevent their ability to multiply with the use of vaccinations and antibodies and perhaps lower their chances of spread through isolation, quarantine, and exceptional hygiene, but the remaining two would in all probability catch us over time. The ability of microbes, in the form of bacteria and viruses, to mutate, adapt, and overcome is nearly infinite. Even if we were to quarantine our populations into multiple pockets of isolated communities, and some people were to survive the mutated strains, it would virtually decimate our population to the point of non-existence. It may not kill us ALL, but would most probably kill us to the point where the remaining populations would not be adequate to sustain our continued presence.
Already throughout history, human mortality has been affected by natural events such as floods; earthquake and volcanic action. Then we have starvation through lack of food, not to mention traumatic injuries such as motor vehicle accidents. Even though we may carry a disease, it may not be the reason for our own demise. Disease may get many of us, but not all!
It very well might,but only this reflection from the fifth dimension probability phase. That's where your disembodied conscience resides,making infinite choices. Once the connection between the (physical) and ethereal is broken,a new vehicle with a complimentary resonant frequency must be formed and located. You live forever so to speak). You are my friend God. God does not die. His name should be "I WILL BE!"