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Is Ebola Airborne - Is This Proof?

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posted on Oct, 3 2014 @ 07:43 PM
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a reply to: GreenMtnBoys


Ebola on dried on surfaces such as doorknobs and countertops can survive for several hours; however, virus in body fluids (such as blood) can survive up to several days at room temperature.


Q&As on Transmission of Ebola


I've read that in a perfect environment, such as a lab, scientist have had ebola survive six days. However, ebola apparently doesn't fare too well outside the body. Hours on dried surfaces and around three days if it's in fluids.




posted on Oct, 3 2014 @ 07:46 PM
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originally posted by: The GUT
"Thrives in cold environments." Just in time for winter, eh?

Exactly my thoughts!



posted on Oct, 3 2014 @ 07:47 PM
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originally posted by: Staroth

originally posted by: ArmyOfNobunaga

originally posted by: Staroth
I'm only going by official gov documents and not news/media or their "experts" and feel free to correct me if I am wrong but to me this clearly says aerosol inhalation lungs.





Human-to human transfer usually occurs through direct contact with bodily fluids
from an infected individual though aerosol transmission can occur between individuals in close proximity
to one another



Both picture and quote on PDF file - Source from the defence.gov.au found here



Huge difference between aerosol and airborne man.

Can you prove that by providing a viable link, because I am reading much different of Wiki and provided a link to my OP. But definitely open to anything more. Thanks in advance



Here you go buddy.

virologydownunder.blogspot.com...


Im actually surprised you guys are still not on the "HIV is going to be airborne" kick... That was awesome doom porn in the 90s for me and others to read.



posted on Oct, 3 2014 @ 07:53 PM
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a reply to: signalfire

No, it's handled that way because Ebola makes the most of every opportunity it gets to infect you. If you get even a very small amount of virus in your system, you'll get it. That, combined with it's lethality make it a level IV pathogen.

It's not because it spreads easily. If it spread nearly as easily as you are all going on about, it would have spread across the entire continent of Africa by now and quite possibly across the entire world. It is not somehow now more likely to explode into a pandemic because it has gotten here. It is in fact less likely to spread widely here than it is in a third world country like Africa.

We should be able to contain it because it should have a much harder time spreading here than it does there. And if does become widely epidemic here, we have only ourselves to blame, not Ebola.



posted on Oct, 3 2014 @ 07:54 PM
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edit on 10/3/2014 by EternalSolace because: Nevermind



posted on Oct, 3 2014 @ 08:00 PM
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originally posted by: ArmyOfNobunaga

originally posted by: Staroth

originally posted by: ArmyOfNobunaga

originally posted by: Staroth
I'm only going by official gov documents and not news/media or their "experts" and feel free to correct me if I am wrong but to me this clearly says aerosol inhalation lungs.





Human-to human transfer usually occurs through direct contact with bodily fluids
from an infected individual though aerosol transmission can occur between individuals in close proximity
to one another



Both picture and quote on PDF file - Source from the defence.gov.au found here



Huge difference between aerosol and airborne man.

Can you prove that by providing a viable link, because I am reading much different of Wiki and provided a link to my OP. But definitely open to anything more. Thanks in advance



Here you go buddy.

virologydownunder.blogspot.com...


Im actually surprised you guys are still not on the "HIV is going to be airborne" kick... That was awesome doom porn in the 90s for me and others to read.



You said there was "a huge difference between aerosol and airborne" I asked you to provide a viable link, not a blog spot. Furthermore HIV and Ebola are 2 very different things and also I am not a man nor a buddy. I suggest you go read up and trolol something else. This isn't about doom porn, it's a discussion among adults about something very real...Ebola.
edit on 3-10-2014 by Staroth because: (no reason given)



posted on Oct, 3 2014 @ 08:04 PM
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So if the Ebola virus can survive at 39 degrees, at what temperature can it not survive? Can it survive below freezing?

I'm just wondering if freezing winter temperatures will prevent it from spreading to the colder climate regions.



posted on Oct, 3 2014 @ 08:07 PM
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originally posted by: WeRpeons
So if the Ebola virus can survive at 39 degrees, at what temperature can it not survive? Can it survive below freezing?

I'm just wondering if freezing winter temperatures will prevent it from spreading to the colder climate regions.

RNA doesn't contain water.



posted on Oct, 3 2014 @ 08:07 PM
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originally posted by: Staroth

originally posted by: ArmyOfNobunaga

originally posted by: Staroth

originally posted by: ArmyOfNobunaga

originally posted by: Staroth
I'm only going by official gov documents and not news/media or their "experts" and feel free to correct me if I am wrong but to me this clearly says aerosol inhalation lungs.





Human-to human transfer usually occurs through direct contact with bodily fluids
from an infected individual though aerosol transmission can occur between individuals in close proximity
to one another



Both picture and quote on PDF file - Source from the defence.gov.au found here



Huge difference between aerosol and airborne man.

Can you prove that by providing a viable link, because I am reading much different of Wiki and provided a link to my OP. But definitely open to anything more. Thanks in advance



Here you go buddy.

virologydownunder.blogspot.com...


Im actually surprised you guys are still not on the "HIV is going to be airborne" kick... That was awesome doom porn in the 90s for me and others to read.



You said there was "a huge difference between aerosol and airborne" I asked you to provide a viable link, not a blog spot. Furthermore HIV and Ebola are 2 very different things and also I am not a man nor a buddy. I suggest you go read up and trolol something else. This isn't about doom porn, it's a discussion among adults about something very real...Ebola.


Its not just a river buddy..


this is a virology scientist with a phD....


Let me know how things are in a few weeks when its apparent the world will survive.


And really?? Its fear mongering... That is what you and others are doing. I mean I don't care. I crack up all day reading this crap.. but please do not delude yourself that you are adults discussing something. Pure fear mongering.


There are about 10 other viruses right now that have a slight punchers chance to tear into the human race. Your little ebola is not one of them sadly.

edit on 3-10-2014 by ArmyOfNobunaga because: (no reason given)



posted on Oct, 3 2014 @ 08:12 PM
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originally posted by: ArmyOfNobunaga

originally posted by: Staroth

originally posted by: ArmyOfNobunaga

originally posted by: Staroth

originally posted by: ArmyOfNobunaga

originally posted by: Staroth
I'm only going by official gov documents and not news/media or their "experts" and feel free to correct me if I am wrong but to me this clearly says aerosol inhalation lungs.





Human-to human transfer usually occurs through direct contact with bodily fluids
from an infected individual though aerosol transmission can occur between individuals in close proximity
to one another



Both picture and quote on PDF file - Source from the defence.gov.au found here



Huge difference between aerosol and airborne man.

Can you prove that by providing a viable link, because I am reading much different of Wiki and provided a link to my OP. But definitely open to anything more. Thanks in advance



Here you go buddy.

virologydownunder.blogspot.com...


Im actually surprised you guys are still not on the "HIV is going to be airborne" kick... That was awesome doom porn in the 90s for me and others to read.



You said there was "a huge difference between aerosol and airborne" I asked you to provide a viable link, not a blog spot. Furthermore HIV and Ebola are 2 very different things and also I am not a man nor a buddy. I suggest you go read up and trolol something else. This isn't about doom porn, it's a discussion among adults about something very real...Ebola.


Its not just a river buddy..


this is a virology scientist with a phD....


Let me know how things are in a few weeks when its apparent the world will survive.


Ok woman, we'll do!



posted on Oct, 3 2014 @ 08:20 PM
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I am not gonna' be able to believe that a virus is "to heavy" to be airborne. There are freakin' spiders that cross continents on the jet stream but a virus is to heavy?! I used to watch the red dust blow in from Midland to Abilene every night, but a Virus that has been proven to live on a surface outside of a host for at least 50 Days in no way could hitch a ride on one of those dust particles?! I'm thinkin' No, and "Better safe than sorry" has never sounded like a stupid saying. I read about a study where 4 piglets were infected with the Ziare(sp?) Strain kept in cages in the same room with 4 Macack(sp?) Monkeys also in cages so no direct contact was made. Like 8 weeks later all 4 piglets are recovering from infection and 3 monkeys are dead with the 4th dying shortly after.

I know link, right? Ok, www.Google.com with a simple search you can verify it yourself. Google makes you smart. Me not providing a link in no way proves I'm not posting true facts, it only proves I am lazy.

Better safe than sorry! Be safe friends!



posted on Oct, 3 2014 @ 08:27 PM
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a reply to: AshOnMyTomatoes

What happens when a bug: biting nats,mosquitos,fly's lands on an ebola person that is sweating, or bites them then lands on you? Then YOU get ebola. That is why the news was talking about bed sheets. To get rid of sweaty bed sheets. And all a BUG has to do is land on it and land on you and BINGO. YOU have ebola. A Bug is a flying transport for the ultimate spread of ebola. If there was a fly on that plane he was on and landed on him then landed on passengers, then BINGO, they get ebola. This is why the news is wondering about the sweaty sheets.



posted on Oct, 3 2014 @ 08:28 PM
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a reply to: Staroth





Germany takes in it's first Ebola patient. Is this the picture of a no big deal body fluids contamination problem? Since when is a containment suit like this necessary when it is just body fluids. Airborne? I would say so, why else this type of suit? I am no doctor or medical specialist but my common sense says something doesn't smell right in the urgency department.



posted on Oct, 3 2014 @ 08:34 PM
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originally posted by: MarlinGrace
a reply to: Staroth





Germany takes in it's first Ebola patient. Is this the picture of a no big deal body fluids contamination problem? Since when is a containment suit like this necessary when it is just body fluids. Airborne? I would say so, why else this type of suit? I am no doctor or medical specialist but my common sense says something doesn't smell right in the urgency department.


Why not use it if you have it?


lol...


People taking the most precaution possible points to a conspiracy?



posted on Oct, 3 2014 @ 08:35 PM
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"yes, I'm afraid Ebola is and always has been airborne, we have no proof otherwise-" -nrd101

That's my official statement. Any questions?


Like the poster two or three up said, the pigs infected the monkies without contact, its airborne...

edit on 3-10-2014 by nrd101 because: direction



posted on Oct, 3 2014 @ 08:37 PM
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originally posted by: ArmyOfNobunaga

originally posted by: MarlinGrace
a reply to: Staroth





Germany takes in it's first Ebola patient. Is this the picture of a no big deal body fluids contamination problem? Since when is a containment suit like this necessary when it is just body fluids. Airborne? I would say so, why else this type of suit? I am no doctor or medical specialist but my common sense says something doesn't smell right in the urgency department.


Why not use it if you have it?


lol...


People taking the most precaution possible points to a conspiracy?


They have this knothead from the CDC on the news running around answering questions, and I swear he makes it sound like there isn't a problem. Then I see a photo like this and think what the heck are we missing? Or are they lying to us about the seriousness?



posted on Oct, 3 2014 @ 08:55 PM
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originally posted by: MarlinGrace

originally posted by: ArmyOfNobunaga

originally posted by: MarlinGrace
a reply to: Staroth





Germany takes in it's first Ebola patient. Is this the picture of a no big deal body fluids contamination problem? Since when is a containment suit like this necessary when it is just body fluids. Airborne? I would say so, why else this type of suit? I am no doctor or medical specialist but my common sense says something doesn't smell right in the urgency department.


Why not use it if you have it?


lol...


People taking the most precaution possible points to a conspiracy?


They have this knothead from the CDC on the news running around answering questions, and I swear he makes it sound like there isn't a problem. Then I see a photo like this and think what the heck are we missing? Or are they lying to us about the seriousness?


Maybe.. Maybe you are correct.

In my viewpoint its people being people. Noway in hell if I was a dr. I would treat anything this blown up media wise without all the latest tech available.



posted on Oct, 3 2014 @ 08:59 PM
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originally posted by: ArmyOfNobunaga

originally posted by: MarlinGrace

originally posted by: ArmyOfNobunaga

originally posted by: MarlinGrace
a reply to: Staroth





Germany takes in it's first Ebola patient. Is this the picture of a no big deal body fluids contamination problem? Since when is a containment suit like this necessary when it is just body fluids. Airborne? I would say so, why else this type of suit? I am no doctor or medical specialist but my common sense says something doesn't smell right in the urgency department.


Why not use it if you have it?


lol...


People taking the most precaution possible points to a conspiracy?


They have this knothead from the CDC on the news running around answering questions, and I swear he makes it sound like there isn't a problem. Then I see a photo like this and think what the heck are we missing? Or are they lying to us about the seriousness?


Maybe.. Maybe you are correct.

In my viewpoint its people being people. Noway in hell if I was a dr. I would treat anything this blown up media wise without all the latest tech available.



Thats what I mean, you are right, better to be safe than sorry. This while the CDC says no stopping inbound flights, and its just bodily fluids. No worries. We should know in about 30 days.



posted on Oct, 3 2014 @ 08:59 PM
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originally posted by: nrd101
"yes, I'm afraid Ebola is and always has been airborne, we have no proof otherwise-" -nrd101

That's my official statement. Any questions?


Like the poster two or three up said, the pigs infected the monkies without contact, its airborne...


I believe that was Ebola Reston, which did prove to be airborne, but it's never been out of a lab.



posted on Oct, 3 2014 @ 09:12 PM
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originally posted by: Restricted

originally posted by: nrd101
"yes, I'm afraid Ebola is and always has been airborne, we have no proof otherwise-" -nrd101

That's my official statement. Any questions?


Like the poster two or three up said, the pigs infected the monkies without contact, its airborne...


I believe that was Ebola Reston, which did prove to be airborne, but it's never been out of a lab.


lol... google more.. and dont just read the nut sites.. The researchers themselves said they messed up and spread the virus when cleaning the cages....


Why am I even trying here?

I would be more accepted if I just said "Yes the US and NWO has a conspiracy and ebola is airborne and man made. And it is designed to devour humanity".... there better for you folks?




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