3177 pregnant women infected with Zika in Colombia, and not a case of microcephaly among them. It's enough to make one think that perhaps there is no link between the disease and the birth defect.
Which then makes one think, if Zika didn't cause the spike in microcephaly cases, what did? And why was Brazil so quick to blame Zika for it? The worldwide public health scare certainly grabbed everybody's attention.
Only reason is seems suspect to me is because there was another thread that pointed out a strange coincidence for when Zika started. I have reason to believe Malaria for example is a parasite that evolved via time loop, and was created for the specific purpose of slowing human economy. They would have to intelligently select for such a trait in order to send the most effective strain back. Some of the traits like nine distinct metamorphic stages make it really suspicious in my mind.
I'm getting "artificial social engineering" vibes from the Zika thing too, but on a much lesser scale.
It's common sense that an overpopulated 3rd world place would have bad water. New York has bad water too, in fact it seems like all big cities have bad water. It's not even worth wondering about anymore.
>New York has bad water too
So bad the EPA determined it didn't need filtration. So bad that it beat 150 other municipalities in a taste taste. So bad a business man can make money literally bottling the tap water and selling it back to NY.
Most large US cities have really REALLY good water, precisely because they can and need to pay for great purifying and filtration.
NY, however, isn't filtering and purifying, they're porting in clean water from upstate reservoirs.