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Off topic a bit, I note the join date of 10/21/2014 and a total of 66 posts. Half of them Ebola related, with some other tangents on Syria and ISIS and remote viewing thrown in for good measure.
originally posted by: kurthall
a reply to: HappyThoughts
West Nile is a bigger threat, So Cal has its largest outbreak ever, and more deaths here in the US. Where are the threads about that?
I hope those fear mongering Ebola fanatics feel silly by now.
Thanks. I'd prefer to just address the issue without draging the personalities and abilities of my fellow members into the mix. It makes for nasty messy threads.
originally posted by: HappyThoughts
a reply to: AutumnWitch657
So what does that say about the communicability of Ebola vs other diseases. What does that say about its ability to ever become a global threat?
And what does it say about the ability of a lot of ATS members to discern real issues from non issues?
Your insistence upon an artificial timeline has no basis.
It is clear that Ebola, in its current from is not infectious enough to become a pandemic. If it was more people would have been infected worldwide. Why is this so hard to understand? Infected people have travelled. No other passengers got sick. The only thing you can argue is that it will mutate and become airborne. Are you going to go for that angle? At least go for that angle then to make at least a little bit of sense.
originally posted by: onequestion
a reply to: badgerprints
What are you having a bad day?
originally posted by: badgerprints
Your 'logic' is insurmountable.
Infected people haven't infected others in the west therefore they cannot do so in the future.
I bow to your wisdom.
Enjoy your thread.
originally posted by: lakesidepark
While the Ebola infection rates are still doubling every three weeks,