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Just spoke with a friend who has been working in epidemiology for over a decade (including many trips to Uganda and Kenya) - he stated that this presents every indication of being capable of airborne transmission.

NOT GOOD
 Quoting: BattlesightZero

How is airborne differentiated from bodily fluids (such as saliva, etc)?
 Quoting: ssle


stand in a lift with someone.....
 Quoting: Citizenperth

So just having someone breathe on you is enough for truly airborne transmission?

That's a happy fucking thought.
 Quoting: ssle


it's true though, yeah, happy fucking thoughts.... it won't matter if it all happens, even the pandamic squads we put together?... failed...

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Just spoke with a friend who has been working in epidemiology for over a decade (including many trips to Uganda and Kenya) - he stated that this presents every indication of being capable of airborne transmission.

NOT GOOD
 Quoting: BattlesightZero

How is airborne differentiated from bodily fluids (such as saliva, etc)?
 Quoting: ssle


"Airborne" in the context of Ebola-Zaire means

- a cough from a contagious person in an elevator or small office is essentially a death sentence for everyone in that space at that time, or who enters immediately thereafter

- The HVAC system (or even a natural breeze blowing) in a commercial building could distribute the virus into every room and hallway, making containment nearly impossible without severely quarantining all public spaces and issuing wide swaths of mandatory "shelter in place" orders

- Level-1 (physical contact) isolation is insufficient for containment in hospitals and clinics. Containment will also require full segregation of air-handling in hospital and clinic waiting rooms, Emergency Departments, and isolation wards, which is beyond what 95% of Africa is capable of providing.

In short, "Airborne" means it is already beyond controlability...
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Just spoke with a friend who has been working in epidemiology for over a decade (including many trips to Uganda and Kenya) - he stated that this presents every indication of being capable of airborne transmission.

NOT GOOD
 Quoting: BattlesightZero

How is airborne differentiated from bodily fluids (such as saliva, etc)?
 Quoting: ssle


stand in a lift with someone.....

or. be in a lift they were in.....


or.. be anywhere near the ventlation that oushes around the same air.. this is how virulant this shit is... survival of the virus is imperative, and still being studied and tracked....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Just spoke with a friend who has been working in epidemiology for over a decade (including many trips to Uganda and Kenya) - he stated that this presents every indication of being capable of airborne transmission.

NOT GOOD
 Quoting: BattlesightZero

How is airborne differentiated from bodily fluids (such as saliva, etc)?
 Quoting: ssle


"Airborne" in the context of Ebola-Zaire means

- a cough from a contagious person in an elevator or small office is essentially a death sentence for everyone in that space at that time, or who enters immediately thereafter

- The HVAC system (or even a natural breeze blowing) in a commercial building could distribute the virus into every room and hallway, making containment nearly impossible without severely quarantining all public spaces and issuing wide swaths of mandatory "shelter in place" orders

- Level-1 (physical contact) isolation is insufficient for containment in hospitals and clinics. Containment will also require full segregation of air-handling in hospital and clinic waiting rooms, Emergency Departments, and isolation wards, which is beyond what 95% of Africa is capable of providing.

In short, "Airborne" means it is already beyond controlability...
 Quoting: BattlesightZero


yeah, just told you all that...

if there is a 'sniff' of anything funny?.. stay at home for a day or two.....
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Just spoke with a friend who has been working in epidemiology for over a decade (including many trips to Uganda and Kenya) - he stated that this presents every indication of being capable of airborne transmission.

NOT GOOD
 Quoting: BattlesightZero

How is airborne differentiated from bodily fluids (such as saliva, etc)?
 Quoting: ssle


stand in a lift with someone.....

or. be in a lift they were in.....


or.. be anywhere near the ventlation that oushes around the same air.. this is how virulant this shit is... survival of the virus is imperative, and still being studied and tracked....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Just spoke with a friend who has been working in epidemiology for over a decade (including many trips to Uganda and Kenya) - he stated that this presents every indication of being capable of airborne transmission.

NOT GOOD
 Quoting: BattlesightZero

How is airborne differentiated from bodily fluids (such as saliva, etc)?
 Quoting: ssle


"Airborne" in the context of Ebola-Zaire means

- a cough from a contagious person in an elevator or small office is essentially a death sentence for everyone in that space at that time, or who enters immediately thereafter

- The HVAC system (or even a natural breeze blowing) in a commercial building could distribute the virus into every room and hallway, making containment nearly impossible without severely quarantining all public spaces and issuing wide swaths of mandatory "shelter in place" orders

- Level-1 (physical contact) isolation is insufficient for containment in hospitals and clinics. Containment will also require full segregation of air-handling in hospital and clinic waiting rooms, Emergency Departments, and isolation wards, which is beyond what 95% of Africa is capable of providing.

In short, "Airborne" means it is already beyond controlability...
 Quoting: BattlesightZero


yeah, just told you all that...

if there is a 'sniff' of anything funny?.. stay at home for a day or two.....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Yeah, we must have been typing at the same time...

GMTA Funny how that happens, huh?
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Just spoke with a friend who has been working in epidemiology for over a decade (including many trips to Uganda and Kenya) - he stated that this presents every indication of being capable of airborne transmission.

NOT GOOD
 Quoting: BattlesightZero

How is airborne differentiated from bodily fluids (such as saliva, etc)?
 Quoting: ssle


stand in a lift with someone.....

or. be in a lift they were in.....


or.. be anywhere near the ventlation that oushes around the same air.. this is how virulant this shit is... survival of the virus is imperative, and still being studied and tracked....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Just spoke with a friend who has been working in epidemiology for over a decade (including many trips to Uganda and Kenya) - he stated that this presents every indication of being capable of airborne transmission.

NOT GOOD
 Quoting: BattlesightZero

How is airborne differentiated from bodily fluids (such as saliva, etc)?
 Quoting: ssle


"Airborne" in the context of Ebola-Zaire means

- a cough from a contagious person in an elevator or small office is essentially a death sentence for everyone in that space at that time, or who enters immediately thereafter

- The HVAC system (or even a natural breeze blowing) in a commercial building could distribute the virus into every room and hallway, making containment nearly impossible without severely quarantining all public spaces and issuing wide swaths of mandatory "shelter in place" orders

- Level-1 (physical contact) isolation is insufficient for containment in hospitals and clinics. Containment will also require full segregation of air-handling in hospital and clinic waiting rooms, Emergency Departments, and isolation wards, which is beyond what 95% of Africa is capable of providing.

In short, "Airborne" means it is already beyond controlability...
 Quoting: BattlesightZero


yeah, just told you all that...

if there is a 'sniff' of anything funny?.. stay at home for a day or two.....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


that's the thing. You don't have to freak out, but if the cases keep coming, I would suggest taking a few days off. I'm just thinking the government will not make it easy for us to find these cases.
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How many people could this dude in Canada conceivably have infected if he is actually part of this outbreak? It's only been a few days or a week since he's been hospitalized and was potentially linked to what's going on in West Africa.
 Quoting: Em18966


Realistically speaking every single person on the plane the guy was on. Every single person he has come in contact with. If it IS Airborne...Then a heck of a lot more people then that.

I have had nightmares about Ebola.. Its one of the nastier ways to go. I sure hope it isn't airborne, because if it is..We are going to witness a massive die-off in those countries that have infected people.

ahhh
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How is airborne differentiated from bodily fluids (such as saliva, etc)?
 Quoting: ssle


stand in a lift with someone.....

or. be in a lift they were in.....


or.. be anywhere near the ventlation that oushes around the same air.. this is how virulant this shit is... survival of the virus is imperative, and still being studied and tracked....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


...

How is airborne differentiated from bodily fluids (such as saliva, etc)?
 Quoting: ssle


"Airborne" in the context of Ebola-Zaire means

- a cough from a contagious person in an elevator or small office is essentially a death sentence for everyone in that space at that time, or who enters immediately thereafter

- The HVAC system (or even a natural breeze blowing) in a commercial building could distribute the virus into every room and hallway, making containment nearly impossible without severely quarantining all public spaces and issuing wide swaths of mandatory "shelter in place" orders

- Level-1 (physical contact) isolation is insufficient for containment in hospitals and clinics. Containment will also require full segregation of air-handling in hospital and clinic waiting rooms, Emergency Departments, and isolation wards, which is beyond what 95% of Africa is capable of providing.

In short, "Airborne" means it is already beyond controlability...
 Quoting: BattlesightZero


yeah, just told you all that...

if there is a 'sniff' of anything funny?.. stay at home for a day or two.....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


that's the thing. You don't have to freak out, but if the cases keep coming, I would suggest taking a few days off. I'm just thinking the government will not make it easy for us to find these cases.
 Quoting: The Nihilist


In Europe and North America, avoiding airports and places of "international interest" should be good enough for right now, but once it arrives it will branch out rapidly.

By the time they start reporting on it in, it will already be awfully late to self quarantine, but do it anyway.

Keep the pantry stocked, and be prepared to take a "stay-cation" on short notice. A few days won't be sufficient... think in terms of weeks - minimum 4 weeks, and NO definite upper bound, as it will depend on how it moves through the population in your area.

If you are an apartment/condo dweller in any sizable city, this is your wakeup call, right now - Good time to plan a visit with relatives in the country...
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Here's the #Guinea US Embassy update...person-2-person spread 1st in funeral, then in family: [link to crofsblogs.typepad.com] … #Ebola
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It is completely assinine that all flights to/from Africa have not be shut down.
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It has been suspected for a couple years now that Ebola has gone airborne.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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Not to change the subject but here in Thailand in a small village we have had over 20 deaths from either the bird or swine flu. Nothing seen on any sites that track such things and only mention I have seen is of one man dying in chiang mai. I know this is not bs because one of my close friends daughters got it and was hospitalized for 10 days. She recovered. It has been hard to find information as there would appear to be a cover up. This is Thailand tourist season. The crematorium is not located far from where I live so when someone dies its hard to miss, due to the fire work activities associated with a death here. Things seem to have calmed down a little but as I said no one is talking about it news wise, so everything comes word of mouth.
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[link to yourhealth.asiaone.com]
Cases of death are increasing since this
article - of March 1st. Now 20.
Do you live in one of the affected
(mentioned in article) areas?
Stay safe.
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Yep, like I said 20 people have died in the village just up the road from me, Tu La Kon, in the chiang dao district provence of Chaing Mai. Not to worried I have sodium chlorite and it kills all known viruses. Ya.

In regards to ebola mutating, all of you are assuming that mutations happen randomly, undirected. Think avatar, the movie, where there is a guiding force behind evolution and hence mutations. Let the culling begin, for when nature is threatened and it involves the continuation of life on the planet, nature will fight back. Take care my friends.
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It is completely assinine that all flights to/from Africa have not be shut down.
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Following your logic, one might conclude that it is completely assinine that there *are* flights to/from Africa in the first place.
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guys look at the official map and say its not spreading.

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Now, now, calm down. Greater minds than yours have it all under control. Isn't it time for some nice tea?
 Quoting: BattlesightZero


you're right. Tea time for me.

Just saw that the E.U is going to spend a lot of money on this one. I think that's enough for tea for the both of us. Seriously wtf is 500k?

Ebola in West Africa: The European Union joined forces to stop the spread of the disease and unlocks immediate funding of € 500,000

[link to translate.googleusercontent.com]
 Quoting: The Nihilist


When they throw money at a thing, that means they are afraid of it...
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from march 24th


<snipped>

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded a five-year, $28 million grant to establish a new center for excellence to find an antibody “cocktail” to fight two types of viruses that cause severe hemorrhagic fever, including the Ebola virus.

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Now, now, calm down. Greater minds than yours have it all under control. Isn't it time for some nice tea?
 Quoting: BattlesightZero


you're right. Tea time for me.

Just saw that the E.U is going to spend a lot of money on this one. I think that's enough for tea for the both of us. Seriously wtf is 500k?

Ebola in West Africa: The European Union joined forces to stop the spread of the disease and unlocks immediate funding of € 500,000

[link to translate.googleusercontent.com]
 Quoting: The Nihilist


When they throw money at a thing, that means they are afraid of it...
 Quoting: BattlesightZero




from march 24th


<snipped>

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded a five-year, $28 million grant to establish a new center for excellence to find an antibody “cocktail” to fight two types of viruses that cause severe hemorrhagic fever, including the Ebola virus.

[link to bionews-tx.com]
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so, just another coincidence with the timing? Good find!!!!
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It has been suspected for a couple years now that Ebola has gone airborne.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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We really have no way of knowing what is going on with it. Since it has been found in mostly isolated areas up until now, who knows how many small outbreaks there have been that no one was informed of?
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rumors flying.....


&#9203; &#8207;@MicahOnly 7m

RT @SammyOtiono: micahonly Serious, she's the first #ebola victim of Nigeria. Biazzre to report.


ahhh
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Now, now, calm down. Greater minds than yours have it all under control. Isn't it time for some nice tea?
 Quoting: BattlesightZero


you're right. Tea time for me.

Just saw that the E.U is going to spend a lot of money on this one. I think that's enough for tea for the both of us. Seriously wtf is 500k?

Ebola in West Africa: The European Union joined forces to stop the spread of the disease and unlocks immediate funding of € 500,000

[link to translate.googleusercontent.com]
 Quoting: The Nihilist


When they throw money at a thing, that means they are afraid of it...
 Quoting: BattlesightZero




from march 24th


<snipped>

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded a five-year, $28 million grant to establish a new center for excellence to find an antibody “cocktail” to fight two types of viruses that cause severe hemorrhagic fever, including the Ebola virus.

[link to bionews-tx.com]
 Quoting: ladyannie2009


I wonder how quickly *that* was rushed through?!?


biohaz-sign

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BOOM

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#Nigeria - Media report of a death from hemorrhagic fever - ebola mentioned [link to www.flutrackers.com] … @Treyfish

Nigeria has a huge population!!!

lol

&#9203; &#8207;@MicahOnly 7m

Ebola is now in Nigeria? That was quick.

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rumors flying.....


&#9203; &#8207;@MicahOnly 7m

RT @SammyOtiono: micahonly Serious, she's the first #ebola victim of Nigeria. Biazzre to report.


ahhh
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The 15 yr old girl in Nigeria got it allegedly from her neighbors monkey. She was the first one in Nigeria but I find it odd that the neighbor or family members are not sick. No further information has been released. I think she died 3/24
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rumors flying.....


&#9203; &#8207;@MicahOnly 7m

RT @SammyOtiono: micahonly Serious, she's the first #ebola victim of Nigeria. Biazzre to report.


ahhh
 Quoting: The Nihilist

The 15 yr old girl in Nigeria got it allegedly from her neighbors monkey. She was the first one in Nigeria but I find it odd that the neighbor or family members are not sick. No further information has been released. I think she died 3/24
 Quoting: Corn Dog


Monkey bite?
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In Europe and North America, avoiding airports and places of "international interest" should be good enough for right now, but once it arrives it will branch out rapidly.


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not if we put all the arriving passengers in cattle pens for 40 days to see how they do. (that's where the term "quarantine" came from :)


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You should pray for these people, because iit is true you reap what you sow

could be here tommarrow, just saying
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You should pray for these people, because iit is true you reap what you sow

could be here tommarrow, just saying
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is that you Jesus?....uhoh

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you're right. Tea time for me.

Just saw that the E.U is going to spend a lot of money on this one. I think that's enough for tea for the both of us. Seriously wtf is 500k?

Ebola in West Africa: The European Union joined forces to stop the spread of the disease and unlocks immediate funding of € 500,000

[link to translate.googleusercontent.com]
 Quoting: The Nihilist


When they throw money at a thing, that means they are afraid of it...
 Quoting: BattlesightZero




from march 24th


<snipped>

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded a five-year, $28 million grant to establish a new center for excellence to find an antibody “cocktail” to fight two types of viruses that cause severe hemorrhagic fever, including the Ebola virus.

[link to bionews-tx.com]
 Quoting: ladyannie2009


I wonder how quickly *that* was rushed through?!?


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.....almost like they ~knew~ in advance!

check this out:

<august 2005 - snipped>

....formal opening of construction on a laboratory that will house research on the most dangerous emerging infectious diseases and potential bioterrorism agents.

Of the total 83,000-square-foot building, 12,362 square feet will be devoted to biosafety level 4 (BSL-4) research.

....for work with "dangerous and exotic agents that pose a high individual risk of aerosol-transmitted laboratory infections and life-threatening disease,"

....numerous levels of security for entry. Such labs study diseases including anthrax, Ebola, SARS, and others.

The laboratory, expected to open in the summer of 2008, will be one of the most secure and sophisticated in the world, according to Texas Congressman Tom DeLay, who was on hand for the opening.

The NIH provided $110 million in grants for the facility.

[link to www.cidrap.umn.edu]

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<march 2013 - snipped>

Officials at a Texas research facility are admitting that a vial containing a particular strain of viral hemorrhagic fever (VHF) has been discovered to be "missing" as reported by Fox News on March 25, 2013.

[link to www.examiner.com]

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<general info - snipped>

SNPRC houses more than 160 chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). The Center is one of only five large research centers in the United States with the specialized experience and facilities to care for these great apes.

Chimpanzees have been used as models for infectious disease research, and were critical to the development of vaccines for Hepatitis A and B. Currently, their most extensive use is in developing and testing vaccines and drugs for Hepatitis C.

[link to txbiomed.org]

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<general info - snipped>

Humans and chimps share a surprising 98.8 percent of their DNA.

[link to www.amnh.org]
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When they throw money at a thing, that means they are afraid of it...
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from march 24th


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The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded a five-year, $28 million grant to establish a new center for excellence to find an antibody “cocktail” to fight two types of viruses that cause severe hemorrhagic fever, including the Ebola virus.

[link to bionews-tx.com]
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I wonder how quickly *that* was rushed through?!?


:biohaz-sign:

:rabid:
 Quoting: BattlesightZero




.....almost like they ~knew~ in advance!

check this out:

<august 2005 - snipped>

....formal opening of construction on a laboratory that will house research on the most dangerous emerging infectious diseases and potential bioterrorism agents.

Of the total 83,000-square-foot building, 12,362 square feet will be devoted to biosafety level 4 (BSL-4) research.

....for work with "dangerous and exotic agents that pose a high individual risk of aerosol-transmitted laboratory infections and life-threatening disease,"

....numerous levels of security for entry. Such labs study diseases including anthrax, Ebola, SARS, and others.

The laboratory, expected to open in the summer of 2008, will be one of the most secure and sophisticated in the world, according to Texas Congressman Tom DeLay, who was on hand for the opening.

The NIH provided $110 million in grants for the facility.

[link to www.cidrap.umn.edu]

-------

<march 2013 - snipped>

Officials at a Texas research facility are admitting that a vial containing a particular strain of viral hemorrhagic fever (VHF) has been discovered to be "missing" as reported by Fox News on March 25, 2013.

[link to www.examiner.com]

------

<general info - snipped>

SNPRC houses more than 160 chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). The Center is one of only five large research centers in the United States with the specialized experience and facilities to care for these great apes.

Chimpanzees have been used as models for infectious disease research, and were critical to the development of vaccines for Hepatitis A and B. Currently, their most extensive use is in developing and testing vaccines and drugs for Hepatitis C.

[link to txbiomed.org]

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<general info - snipped>

Humans and chimps share a surprising 98.8 percent of their DNA.

[link to www.amnh.org]
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well, i still think it's a good idea that the Afros stop having sex with the monkeys.

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What you need to know:

Virus-transmission mode:
Blood
-Sperm
-Excretions
Saliva-
Sweat-
Direct contact with an infected person or animal infected dead or alive infected
Also see-- [link to www.bbc.com]

Symptoms:
-Mounted fever
-Headache
Muscular Pain
-Sore throat
Diarrhea-
-Vomiting
Skin-eruption
Internal and external hemorrhage- see image: [link to i.imgur.com]

Treatment: NO


3/22/2014
Sky News Newsdesk &#8207;@SkyNewsBreak 55s

Reuters: government spokesman in Guinea confirms epidemic that has killed 34 people since 9th February is Ebola virus





3/25/2014

Rumored or Confirmed Countries: Guinea, Sierra Leone, Gabon, Liberia, Mali, Canada.

Body Count: 62



3/26/2014

Rumored or Confirmed Countries: Guinea, Sierra Leone, Gabon, Liberia, Mali, Canada, Togo, Senegal, Ghana.

Body County: 69



3/28/2014

Rumored or Confirmed Countries: Guinea, Sierra Leone, Gabon, Liberia, Mali, Canada, Togo, Senegal, Ghana, Ivory Coast.

Body Count: 77

 Quoting: The Nihilist


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There are some foods that are sources for Selenium.

Fresh-water and salt-water fish (red snapper, salmon, swordfish, tuna)
Lobster
Shrimp
Oyster
Organ meats (beef liver and kidney) Nuts especially Brazil nut
Garlic
Radish
Horseradish
Onion
Chives
Sunflower seeds
Medicinal mushrooms (reishi, shiitake)
Raisins
Brewer's yeast Poultry
Dairy products
Eggs
Fruits
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"Bushmeat" that is, wild monkeys killed in the trees and sold for meat, has been credited for previous outbreaks of Ebola

It's not about sex with monkeys but rather the handling of dead monkeys.

Or playing with a pet monkey could cause transmission

The accounts of human to human transmission at a funeral is also consistent with previous outbreaks. These are not western style funerals but traditional practices where the corpse is kept at home for a wake and relatives kiss and hold the deceased
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Re: Ebola/MERS***Latest>>>US says no Ebola-related travel restrictions for Nigeria, Guinea, Sierra Leone!!!pg 316
Mabus then will soon die, there will come
Of people and beasts a horrible rout:
Then suddenly one will see vengeance,
Hundred, hand, thirst, hunger when the comet will run.--- Century II, Quatrain 62, The Book of Nostradamus

Just noticed the first letters spell out the word "MOTH"...which immediately made me think of Mothman...hmmmmm...any comets coming this way soon?

Sorry...carry on.

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