Ebola: Facts, Opinions, and Speculations.

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posted on Sep, 13 2014 @ 08:37 PM
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I don't need anything else since your very link says he probably contracted it in the OB ward along with this gem:


There's a strong possibility Ebola symptoms were masked


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Stop hoping it's airborne.

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posted on Sep, 13 2014 @ 08:59 PM
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I really hope nobody wants this airborne. I some are just concerned it could become airborne and feel that we aren't being given the whole truth.

I read this:


"There is strong epidemiological evidence that once an individual has resolved an Ebola virus infection, they are immune to that strain,"


Which made me feel that we aren't immune to this because it keeps mutating and nobody seems to have a firm grasp on what we're dealing with. I guess if it were me, I wouldn't push the envelope twice in a row. I also don't trust what info we are being fed by the media, CDC and WHO.

www.huffingtonpost.com...
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posted on Sep, 13 2014 @ 09:13 PM
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If it was airborne it would be IMPODSIBLE to hide it. Everyone on the plane with Sawyer would have contracted it.

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posted on Sep, 14 2014 @ 02:05 PM
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a reply to: raymundoko

Not hoping, but I do have a concern that that capability will be acquired; though that had been somewhat lessened due the MSF AMA on reddit.



[–]ELasry[S] 111 points 2 days ago 

To woody121: Thank you! No reason why Ebola should mutate to an airborne virus. It survives in body fluids, but not on dry surfaces due to it's lipid membrane.


I do agree with you that at this point it is most likely not airborne as it really would have spread much much further and faster than it has.

But you can never say never with a virus and its potential to adapt, and one of those adaptations could conceivably include increased transmission through indirect contact and I believe there is sufficient evidence of that.



posted on Sep, 14 2014 @ 04:30 PM
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Has anyone ever considered what would happen to people worldwide infected with HIV if they were to contract Ebola? I would think that a virus combination like that would be 100% fatal.

Not to diminish the lethality of Ebola working on its own, but I am guessing that a lot of people in Africa will surely die from this pandemic because there are millions of people in Africa who are HIV positive. A compromised immune system wouldn't stand a chance against a pathogen like Ebola. Am I wrong?



posted on Sep, 14 2014 @ 04:33 PM
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You are correct. However it would need to be full blown AIDS, not just HIV.



posted on Sep, 14 2014 @ 04:57 PM
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I think everyone should get their flu shots now. I got my flu shot a couple of weeks ago so that I can get the possibility of contracting the latest strains of Influenza in the coming months out of the way, just in case Ebola ends up coming stateside. Sadly I think may be inevitable with the current pace Ebola is spreading at now.

At least if I have my flu shot I know that if I start getting flu like symptoms in the winter there is a good chance its not the flu, but something worse. Every minute and hour counts with this monster. The faster you can take flu like symptoms seriously as something that could eventually kill you, the better chance you have of not spreading it to others and also surviving it yourself.



posted on Sep, 14 2014 @ 10:06 PM
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Studies have shown a flu vaccine does not reduce your chance of contracting the flu...even the CDC admits it varies wildly in effectiveness.

It does however make the flu more mild and reduces hospitalization. And Ebola making it to the USA is not inevitable. It made it to Nigeria and is already contained...

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posted on Sep, 14 2014 @ 10:10 PM
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originally posted by: raymundoko
Studies have shown a flu vaccine does not reduce your chance of contracting the flu...even the CDC admits it varies wildly in effectiveness.

It does however make the flu more mild and reduces hospitalization. And Ebola making it to the USA is not inevitable. It made it to Nigeria and is already contained...

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Contained in Nigeria you say........I bet this turns out not to be accurate. TPTB in Nigeria are lairs and only care about keeping power.


I have a feeling this Ebola scare is going to turn epic. I think we are going to see this go crazy.



posted on Sep, 15 2014 @ 05:54 AM
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originally posted by: raymundoko
If it was airborne it would be IMPODSIBLE to hide it. Everyone on the plane with Sawyer would have contracted it.

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I didn't say it was airborne only that it could become airborne and that I don't feel we are being told the truth of what the ebola situation is.



posted on Sep, 15 2014 @ 11:42 AM
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CDC Issues Checklist to USA Hospitals

This is simply a formality and what NEEDS to happen in case someone who is infected DOES make it to the USA. As has been proven, a fast reaction is the best way to contain. By being prepared, treatment facilities can stop any spread in the USA before it becomes a problem.

I go back and forth between SoCal and ATL. If either one of those ended up having an infected person I would just leave and head to my farm in South GA and wait it out.



posted on Sep, 15 2014 @ 07:36 PM
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Yes I already seen that and I have to be one to call foul on how this thing is just suddenly spreading to be such a pandemic. I had seen on a program years back that the CDC claimed that Ebola would not ever be a Pandemic virus like Small Pox because Ebola hit to fast and hard not staying in the host dormant long enough to spread far. Look at what we see today! Oh but now they claim it has mutated.

Every so many years Ebola pops up in a African village and then quickly dies out after it ravages that village and everything is burned to the ground. Enter the W.H.O. World Horde Oil more like!

I found this story to be quite revealing to put it bluntly, He is a volunteer in Africa describing what happens in his day to day ordeal helping to fight this virus.



I am supervising the suspect tent, which has room for 25 patients who are likely to have Ebola – 80-90% of those we test have the virus. We administer treatment for malaria, start patients on antibiotics, paracetamol, multivitamins, rehydration supplements, food, water and juice while they wait for their results. Sometimes people have arrived too late and die shortly after arriving. In one afternoon last week I watched five seemingly fit, healthy, young men die. I gave the first a bottle of oral rehydration solution and came back with another for the second. In the half a minute or so in which I had been away the first man died, his bottle of water spilt across the floor.


theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com... or-movie/

So, before they even know if they have the Virus they pump them full of drugs and god knows what and then seemingly healthy people just fall dead and they blame Ebola lol. Now if that isn't the biggest wake up call to whats going on over there I don't know what is.

Ask yourself this, would most Americans be scared if those two doctors had not been brought back to the U.S. and the media make such a big spectacle about it? Funny how they were miraculously cured by this drug that they just happened to have on the shelf ready right?

What better way for them to get to all that oil when they previously were having such a hard time with all the fighting that's been going on between the Islamic terrorist and normal African tribes. It wasn't safe for any oil workers before and I will bet you in a year or two it sure will be.

I may not be right but that is my thoughts on the matter. They really do not need this to spread outside Africa right now anyway.





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