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Good and bad are adjectives, not nouns. Misuse can be intellectually dangerous.
I support the EU not because the colour of the passports but as I have been affected by the effects of to civel wars each vastly worse than the American one I want to avoid a thirdSorry, but, imho, you have a little chances to avoid civil or imperialistic war . Europe is too overpopulated and energydeficitic. So, they have only two chances - "Drang nach Osten" (and nuclear war with Russia) or civil war between it's members until enough depopulation.
UFPs are not a subset of PM2.5.
My best guess is that they will have been made by drawing air through a solution of something like barium or calcium hydroxide and titrating the excess base.If measermnent were provided right after Krakotao erruption 1883 - CO_2 level was really increased.
That's not easy to get right, not least because the CO2 in the air affects the result as you titrate.
It is also susceptible to the effects of other "impurities" in the air like SO2 and NO2.
Unless someone can show that the data are good, I'm afraid we have to accept that they might be bad.
We simply can't rely on them and, to a degree, we might as well pretend they don't exist, because we have other ways of going about it- like ice cores.
Rather, good and bad are actual things like colors.In synesthesia, many things (including things which evoke an emotional response) can become apparently real sensations like colors, sounds or smells.
Anyway, back to the original question, there's lots of things this could be, Cholera, Salmonela, Typhoid are some of the more common causes.Ok. In Medieval there were only two types of abdomen illnesses known - diarrhea and dysenteria. All diseases, that have obligatory diarrhea - like Cholera and Salmonela - had no chances to be called as "dysenteria" by educated writer. So, it was not Cholera or Salmonela.