Your gut is made up of 39 trillion microbial cells that live inside us, including bacteria, fungi and viruses. These outnumber the human cells that make up our bodies, which number roughly 30 trillion. The microbiome as it’s called is only 1% to perhaps 3% of our body mass, but without these beneficial bacteria life would not exist. The human gut is home to thousands of different species of bacteria, and something like 5,000 different strains. These are what converts food into energy while also keeping harmful bacteria in check.
After two years plus of hopelessly failed interventions – the World Health Organization is on the brink of officially recommending that all countries adopt COVID-19 lockdowns to do the obviously impossible: “curb COVID-19 transmission.”
the idea that rich capitalists own corporate America is largely a progressive myth. Some 72% of the value of publicly traded companies in America is owned by pensions, 401(k)s, individual retirement accounts, charitable organizations, and insurance companies funding life insurance policies and annuities. The overwhelming majority of involuntary sharers in stakeholder capitalism will be workers and retirees.