That which does not kill, makes one stronger. It is the nature of biological organisms adapt to adverse conditions and overcome them. The widespread misuse and excessive prescription of antibiotics has created a slough of microorganisms rapidly developing immunity to our strongest antibiotics including antibiotic-resistant MRSA which thrives in hospital environments; Monsanto’s Roundup brand pesticide has created Roundup resistant super-weeds, as well as pesticide resistant superbugs. If germs, bugs and plants can adapt to toxic chemicals, how might other organisms be adapting to our present toxic environment? -carcinogenic PCBs, GMOs, radiation, fluoridated water, mercury-laden inoculations, diesel fumes, atmospheric particulates, etc. The situation appears grim but might our present circumstances create more resilient and immune human kind? Some Europeans were immune to the bubonic plague, and today some are genetically immune to AIDS. Change is constant, so come acclimate with us.