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originally posted by: Valhall
a reply to: butcherguy
Could it be possible that the transmission between bats is happening via insects? Also, not to be too awfully gross, bats tend to move in very dense swarms (but I don't know if that's true for these particular fruit bats)...I would think a guana drop from a bat to another bat might not be to unrealistic. In short, they are filthy little flying vermin...ick.
Rats are cannibalistic, including eating their own young...so yeah and they pee a lot, so double yeah. And now that you bring that up SOLID waste in the New York city rat-infested sewer works prior to the sewage treatment facilities and before any significant dilution just rendered my "infinitesimal to nil" statement utter BS...cause that's a real possibility right there.
holy be-geezus batman
originally posted by: MarkJS
He heals ppl who dare to believe that He loves them enough to do so. So then obviously not everybody will get healed. Consequently, it will not be an official sanctioned treatment- endorsed by the CDC.
See the 'Find Jesus' link in the sig for more info.
Kaci Hickox, nurse held under NJ's mandatory Ebola quarantine, has hired civil rights attorney Norman Siegel to challenge her detention
Report: White House pressures New York, New Jersey governors to reverse mandatory Ebola quarantine orders, official tells
Senior Obama administration official on New York, New Jersey Ebola quarantine policy: 'We have concerns with the unintended consequences of policies not grounded in science'; 'We are working on new guidelines for returning healthcare workers that will protect the American people' - @Acosta
originally posted by: JessicaRabbitTx
a reply to: funkadeliaaaa
Here's a video on that. It downplays it saying that it would be unlikely for rats to spread Ebola, but that word unlikely is quickly losing all meaning.
originally posted by: butcherguy
originally posted by: stardust22
Ebola...in New York...I've just had a thought.
Does anybody know if rats can get Ebola? There are twice as many rats in NY as there is people. Rats bite the homeless. Could this be a serious convector of the disease?
Some rodents are vectors for ebola. Porcupines and agoutis, for example.reliefweb