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"Humans on the Earth behave in some ways like a pathogenic organism, or like the cells of a tumour or neoplasm. We have grown in numbers and disturbance to Gaia, to the point where our presence is perceptibly disturbing ... the human species is now so numerous as to constitute a serious planetary malady. Gaia is suffering from Disseminated Primatemaia, a plague of people." --Healing Gaia (1991) by James Lovelock, p. 153

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Plague or The Plague may refer to:

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Agriculture, fauna, and medicine

Historical plagues

Art, media, and entertainment

Art

Fictional entities

Films and television

Games

  • Corrupted Blood incident, a virtual plague that occurred in the video game World of Warcraft
  • Plague Inc., a strategy game for smartphones and tablets by Ndemic Creations
  • Plague!, a card game about the Black Plague in England
  • Plague of Shadows (Plague Knight), a character and DLC gamemode for Shovel Knight

Literature

Music

Artists

Albums

EPs

Songs

Musicals

Television

Religion

  • Plagues of Egypt, the 10 calamities that God inflicted on Egypt in the book of Exodus
  • The seven plagues poured out from seven bowls in Revelation 15:5-16:21

Technology

  • Capacitor plague, a condition afflicting computer motherboards in which capacitors fail




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