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*URGENT PIN* Concho valley. Hundreds of prairies dogs die in short time, teams sent, fleas from holes positive for Plague.

 
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The best thing people can do to ward off illness is to build their immune systems with lots of organic fruits and greens. Fruits especially. Lots of smoothies and some extra vitamin C.
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5 stars and a pin request!!!
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Me too This is serious


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Indeed! Thx, will send Karma, everyone needs to keep a close eye on this, once plague tips over the edge it spreads like wildfire, the black death!
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The Holy Bible says the rivers and oceans will run red.That there will be earthquakes.Diseases(plague etc) wars,civil unrest etc etc etc.What part dont the people get?
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Re: *URGENT PIN* Concho valley. Hundreds of prairies dogs die in short time, teams sent, fleas from holes positive for Plague.
still gathering information, but there seems to have been recent efforts to relocate certain wild-life, including the prairie dogs. this could certainly have larger implications

I'm still searching to who ~financed~ these efforts and why


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At least ten bird and mammal species depend directly on prairie dog colonies for their survival: ferruginous hawk, golden eagle, mountain plover, burrowing owl, horned lark, black-footed ferret, American badger, swift fox, deer mouse, and grasshopper mouse (Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks 2011, Great Plains Restoration Council 2011). At least nine of these species occurred historically in Boulder County, and at least eight continue to occur within the county (Boulder County Comprehensive Plan, Environmental Resources Element 2011; Hallock and Jones 2011).

Some of these prairie dog-dependent species, including ferruginous hawk, golden eagle, black-footed ferret, and American badger, prey on prairie dogs. Others, including black-footed ferret, burrowing owl, and mountain plover, nest or den in and around prairie dog colonies. Below, we profile six of these species for which at least some local population data are available. Federal, State, U. S. Forest Service, and Boulder County status of each profiled species (Hallock and Jones 2010) is given in parentheses.

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5 stars and a pin request!!!
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Me too This is serious


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Indeed! Thx, will send Karma, everyone needs to keep a close eye on this, once plague tips over the edge it spreads like wildfire, the black death!
 Quoting: ayr phorce yuan

The Holy Bible says the rivers and oceans will run red.That there will be earthquakes.Diseases(plague etc) wars,civil unrest etc etc etc.What part dont the people get?
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It also stated an immaculate birth, it lost me at that point.
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Re: *URGENT PIN* Concho valley. Hundreds of prairies dogs die in short time, teams sent, fleas from holes positive for Plague.
still gathering information, but there seems to have been recent efforts to relocate certain wild-life, including the prairie dogs. this could certainly have larger implications

I'm still searching to who ~financed~ these efforts and why


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At least ten bird and mammal species depend directly on prairie dog colonies for their survival: ferruginous hawk, golden eagle, mountain plover, burrowing owl, horned lark, black-footed ferret, American badger, swift fox, deer mouse, and grasshopper mouse (Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks 2011, Great Plains Restoration Council 2011). At least nine of these species occurred historically in Boulder County, and at least eight continue to occur within the county (Boulder County Comprehensive Plan, Environmental Resources Element 2011; Hallock and Jones 2011).

Some of these prairie dog-dependent species, including ferruginous hawk, golden eagle, black-footed ferret, and American badger, prey on prairie dogs. Others, including black-footed ferret, burrowing owl, and mountain plover, nest or den in and around prairie dog colonies. Below, we profile six of these species for which at least some local population data are available. Federal, State, U. S. Forest Service, and Boulder County status of each profiled species (Hallock and Jones 2010) is given in parentheses.

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Hmm, good work, a vast array of wild animals feeding off hundreds of plague infected carcasses, not good.
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Me too This is serious


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Indeed! Thx, will send Karma, everyone needs to keep a close eye on this, once plague tips over the edge it spreads like wildfire, the black death!
 Quoting: ayr phorce yuan

The Holy Bible says the rivers and oceans will run red.That there will be earthquakes.Diseases(plague etc) wars,civil unrest etc etc etc.What part dont the people get?
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It also stated an immaculate birth, it lost me at that point.
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then you are a fool.the rivers are red.everything is dying.The Bible describes nuclear weapons.It has dates which are now.Everything happening is in there and you mock?You are a fool.
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Me too This is serious


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Indeed! Thx, will send Karma, everyone needs to keep a close eye on this, once plague tips over the edge it spreads like wildfire, the black death!
 Quoting: ayr phorce yuan

The Holy Bible says the rivers and oceans will run red.That there will be earthquakes.Diseases(plague etc) wars,civil unrest etc etc etc.What part dont the people get?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24056109


It also stated an immaculate birth, it lost me at that point.
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sea of azov RED yangtse river RED French lake RED Texas river RED many more.Fish and other sea life dying in BILLIONS and you mock?You wont be laughing soon.
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Ore. man survives "black death" plague (GRAPHIC IMAGES)

This photo supplied by the Gaylord family taken July 11, 2012, at a hospital in Bend, Ore., shows the blackened hand of Paul Gaylord as he recovers from the bubonic plague, commonly known as the "black death."

Gaylord contracted the disease when he tried to pull a mouse out of the mouth of his cat, Charlie, because it was choking on the rodent...

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Ore. man survives "black death" plague (GRAPHIC IMAGES)

This photo supplied by the Gaylord family taken July 11, 2012, at a hospital in Bend, Ore., shows the blackened hand of Paul Gaylord as he recovers from the bubonic plague, commonly known as the "black death."

Gaylord contracted the disease when he tried to pull a mouse out of the mouth of his cat, Charlie, because it was choking on the rodent...

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 Quoting: Treyfish


Hosea says fish birds and animals will die enmasse.Zephaniah expands and says people also will die.In a year you will see this prophecy play out.The fool OP will mock but that wont stop the Holy Bible prophecies from happening.
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Re: *URGENT PIN* Concho valley. Hundreds of prairies dogs die in short time, teams sent, fleas from holes positive for Plague.
It is frequent every year out west.I don't track it but this is a pretty good outbreak..stay away from wildlife out that way and should be ok. They die fast and it doesn't spread, kinda like ebola.
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It is frequent every year out west.I don't track it but this is a pretty good outbreak..stay away from wildlife out that way and should be ok. They die fast and it doesn't spread, kinda like ebola.
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this time is different.2016 is close
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Treatment consists of hospitalization, antibiotics and medical isolation. If untreated, plague bacteria can multiply in the bloodstream. If the lungs are infected, the person gets the pneumonia form of the plague, creating problems in the respiratory system. Both types can be fatal, and about 1 in 7 cases in the U.S. end in death.
On average, 10 to 20 people are diagnosed with the disease each year in the U.S., with worldwide rates reported at 1,000 to 3,000 cases a year.
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Can we call it official now?

The zombie apocalypse for which you have been predictive programmed for coming soon to a neighborhood near you will actually be The Black Plague V.2.

V.1 was spread due to poorly designed infrastructure and sanitization.

V.2 will spread due to aged, decrepit infrastructure and sanitization.

Now we know why nothing is done about the failing grade given U.S. infrastructure?
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Terrorism. I was in a class a while back where they talked about all the different types of possible attacks. This was actually a scenario they talked about. Introduction of disease or pathogen through rodents/insects/grass and let it spread through the food chain. Fleas, mesquitoes and mice/rats were the main sources of dispersal considered.


This has terror attack written all over it.
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You have neo-con shill written all over you.
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The pneumonic plague would really be bad.. now if a buncha people started coughing that shit around.. I WOULD HAVE TO GET A BIT WORRIED!
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Even though plague is a scary thing, it is treatable with antibiotics as long as it's bacterial.
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Even though plague is a scary thing, it is treatable with antibiotics.
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antibiotics are overprescribed and given to animals in food also.they are ineffective.God is the ONLY cure.
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Even though plague is a scary thing, it is treatable with antibiotics as long as it's bacterial.

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antibiotics are overprescribed and given to animals in food also.they are ineffective.God is the ONLY cure.
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Research Grapefruit Seed Extract for plague.
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Chemtrails.
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The headline was shocking and thought-provoking: "7-year-old girl infected with bubonic plague." Wait, bubonic plague? The Black Death? Wasn't that killed off ages ago?
No, as it turns out. There are still isolated cases of the plague reported every year in the U.S. People — such as Sierra Jane Dowling of Pagosa Springs, Colo. — contract the disease when they are bitten by rodent-borne fleas carrying the bacterium.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, between 5 and 15 cases are reported each year in the U.S., typically in the Southwest. But gone are the days when the plague killed millions of people during the Middle Ages. Given an early diagnosis followed by simple antibiotics, the rare victims, like Sierra Jane, should expect to recover.
Bubonic plag...


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How bad could this get? I mean, in the medieval times they had no antibiotics so obviously it killed millions upon millions of people. But these days? I haven't researched into the modern day cures but surely the death toll (in humans) shouldn't be high, should it?
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How bad could it get if some plague viruses have a party with some MRSA viruses?

Maybe FEMA camps are for people that are known to have been in contact with medical facilities in India and could possibly carry asymptomatic MRSA infections?

If the plague has a genetic party with some MRSA patients, TPTB have their depopulation engine.
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From what I've been reading, the relocation teams have been 'good samaritan' in nature. Relocating the prairie dogs from areas where they've been a problem (housing developments, horse/cattle pastures, etc) to other areas she and her helpers deem appropriate. Nothing I read looked or implied anything more sinister.

However, using that information it's easy to see why & how this has spread out, and the pattern of infected plague positive prairie dogs seem random.

I'll continue searching and will post anything of significance
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Bubonic Plague was actually caused by three different plagues being combined together. (Bubonic, Pneumonic, Septicemic) best known as "The Black Death", and was bacterial in nature.
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Sept. 6, 2012 -- Each year, a very small number of Americans get plague, the disease that killed millions in the Middle Ages.

Your odds of getting plague are vanishingly small. But it does happen. That's because plague bacteria have found a permanent home among rodents.

Are there different kinds of plague?

Plague is a disease caused by Yersinia pestis bacteria. The disease has three forms:
Bubonic plague comes from the bites of an infected flea or from contact with an infected animal.
Pneumonic plague comes from droplets coughed into the air by a person or animal whose lungs are infected with plague bacteria.
Septicemic plague comes from plague bacteria that get into the bloodstream. Bubonic plague sometimes progresses to septicemic plague.

[link to www.webmd.com]

Apparantly FDA recently approved a vaccine for plague. Hmmm....interesting

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Even though plague is a scary thing, it is treatable with antibiotics.
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antibiotics are overprescribed and given to animals in food also.they are ineffective.God is the ONLY cure.
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umm,antibiotics,animals become resistant which is why second generation poisons for rodents is now becoming ineffective,and there is no third generation.drs will only use their most poerfull antibiotics now when they have no other choice left.it's all mutating and we're screwed from every angle.
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The good news is that many people alive today of European descent are descended from people who survived the plague in the middle ages, so chances are good that we have genetic resistance to it.
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Oh crap!

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Plague does still exist in the wild .Concerned?...yes. DOOM ?...probably not.
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So....... The Bubonic Plague is running rampant in the US, but it doesn't seem to be causing much of a stir here lol, I know it is not uncommon during the hunting season, but I have never, never seen it this widespread. A mass die off of dog's of which their fleas have tested positive. A woman contracted it from her cat, squirrels etc, this is crazy!
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From squirrels? I doubt this. All known cases could be traced back to cats until now. There were several this year, all from cats. Beware of cats.
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Even though plague is a scary thing, it is treatable with antibiotics.
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antibiotics are overprescribed and given to animals in food also.they are ineffective.God is the ONLY cure.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24056109


umm,antibiotics,animals become resistant which is why second generation poisons for rodents is now becoming ineffective,and there is no third generation.drs will only use their most poerfull antibiotics now when they have no other choice left.it's all mutating and we're screwed from every angle.
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Not necessarily. It is transmitted from cats to humans. Just kill off the cats. Problem solved, and many other problems too.

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