Return Kakalitsli virus to climate change?

I was a follower of the theory of the colonization of the Americas Gerard Diamond "Guns, Germs and Steel". But lately, this theory is attacked, and the main culprit with & # 39 is kakolitli virus. This virus is a & # 39 is a local virus, which is a & # 39 is originally from America, and it is deadly. Dr. Francisco Ernades, Spanish physician in Mexico during the conquest, never called the disease in their works. He listed the symptoms but never called the disease. If it was smallpox, plague or other disease from Europe, he would have known the disease and said. But because he did not name the disease, Dr. John S. Murray, MD, an epidemiologist historian has suggested that he did not know what it is. It was a new disease, a native of the New World. But the Aztecs knew about it, and they have a & # 39 appeared the name of the virus or a large pest kakalityli. It is estimated that the virus has killed 16 out of every 20 people. It was deadly. There were 2 outbreaks: one in 1545 and the second in 1576, after which it disappeared. It estimated to have killed about 17 million people.

Now fast forward to New Mexico in 1993, there was an amazing deadly disease that quickly kill people. Turned out, it is a new strain of the virus Hunt, who first surfaced during the Korean War. Now the virus is also deadly. But the main difference between these two viruses is that the one in New Mexico was transmitted from rodent, mouse deer, to a man. While the virus kakolitsili ended, epidemiologists historians believe because of how many people were killed that the virus was transmitted from person to person. If Khanty virus enters the human, the human race has a problem. Well, in 1998, in Argentina there was a flash of human-to-human. There she passed from the patient to the doctor and to the wife and husband. We are fortunate that he died out before he struck sur & # 39; serious damage to the human race. As he quickly died out, the host rodent was never found.

Now we go back into history to the native Indians living in the southwestern desert regions of America. In 1993, the Indian peoples living in the southern desert regions of the United States, saying: "If the mouse goes over your bed linens, bed linens burn, and when the mouse moves into your house, you move." They suffered from this disease for generations, but it was a new disease for the modern man. This disease is similar to Cocolotozli virus, which local people knew, but no Spanish.

In addition, it might pay a part in why the Indians left the desert areas. One of the inexplicable migrations of early America – why Indians gathered and left their beautiful city in the southern desert regions of the USA. It may have been a plague of mice, which left the Indians with two options – stay and die or leave, so they & # 39; riding. Until now, the main reason – usually overcrowded global warming is hunger, so they leave more clean pastures. The main problem with this theory is that if you are starving, you can not walk very far. Besides the fact that we are human beings, we do not want to just get up and go, well, I do not.

Archaeological records show that they had a similar ritual burning of their homes, which means that they did not return. I would say that the ritual burning was more to move the mouse, so the time for the local people it is time to move on. If there was a plague of mice and they saw mice everywhere, they would have an incentive to leave. Local Indians would know about the connection between mice and disease, and realized that they have to leave to survive. In fact, it's a mystery where they went, no one seems to know. Knowledge about the mice and the preservation of their way passed down from generation to generation. You can start in antiquity, so the saga about mice and men continues to this day.