posted on Aug, 1 2014 @ 10:42 AM
I tend to quote the book "The Hot Zone" when talking about Ebola due to the writer having actually gone to both USAMRIID and the CDC as well as to
Kitchum Cave (where they thought it started from). He talked to the experts and got their opinions as well as having them tell what all happened
during a outbreak of Ebola in Washington D.C.
This gives you food for thought,I quote from the book " Then in mid-February,a Hazleton animal caretaker who will be called John Coleus was
performing a necropsy on a dead monkey when he cut his thumb with a scalpel.He had been slicing apart the liver,one of the favorite nesting sites of
Ebola......The liver that he had been cutting was rushed to USAMRIID for analysis.Tom Geisbert looked at a piece of it under his microscope and ,to
his dismay,found that it was "incredibly hot---I mean,wall to wall with virus." Everyone at the Institute thought John Coleus was going to
die.......The CDC decided not to put him in isolation. So Coleus visited bars and drank beer with his friends." That somehow doesn't make me feel
On another note about this."When a virus is trying,so to speak,to crash into the human species,the warning sign may be a spattering of breaks at
different times and places.These are microbreaks." In time he goes on to say,that finally the virus will go full blown into the human species.