Dan Radut

Doctor Acasa Clinics, Romania

Title: The Earth’s health – where do we go and what do we really care about?


Dan Radut is a Medical Doctor, Master of Science and Public Health PhD. He accomplished his two medical residencies and completed his (Public Health) Doctoral Program in America and Europe. He is now working in the field of clinical medicine and research in Europa (Romania); he published several scientific papers, attended numerous national/international conferences and delivered talks and lectures for several educational (university/professional) institutions in Europe and Asia.


Even though the Earth’s age was deducted, it is maybe impossible to predict how long it can really last in time & Universe. In a current environment, balanced human life or any other species' life are all vital for the smooth running of life on Earth and the climatic factor is essential. Human body works perfectly at given normal body temperatures, even though research findings talk about the population’s adaption to heat in a climate change context. Earth’s temperature is growing. Several species have disappeared and others are predicted to follow. The climate change can affect the human health. Melting ice glaciers could release bacteria, fungi and viruses trapped in the ice during the freezing process that have been lying dormant for thousands of years, was said few years ago. In 2014 a giant virus that had been locked in the Siberian permafrost for more than 30,000 years was found. Wakening the long-dormant virus serves as a warning that unknown pathogens may be roused by global warming. The virus found belongs to wildlife. What will happen when such news will concern humans? Wildlife minds its business and assures the balanced life on Earth. But it seems it is now struggling under the “human experiment’ in the long run: multiplication-expansion, industrialization, development, “comfort-zation’, politicization, globalization, ‘unhealthy-zation’, ‘job-zation’, ‘money-zation’, ‘arm-zation’, ‘IQ decline-zation’. The habitat loss, globalization of trade, land-use pressure and climate change are real threats for the wildlife, which depends on humans. What do they do? What should they do?