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Originally posted by ecoparity
The report about all the victims having a "common gene" is just a rumor started by someone for fun and games. We have no indication on this at all right now.
yeah i kinda put 2 and 2 together with that one
Originally posted by Adrifter
reply to post by alchemist2012
yes they maybe, really bad REAL important news is happening today. Gm is closing 1100 dealership that I know of today. Sending the notices.. I just hope everyone realizes all over America what that means.. Gonna be allot of poor people very soon, with no internet cable hell maybe even electricity soon... Not sure how the government can bail all those workers out..
So ya, the MSM and the piece of crap AP which feeds the american MSM maybe talking about the swine flu today..
[edit on 15-5-2009 by Adrifter]
Corpus Christi Man Dies Partly Due To H1N1 Virus
Updated: May 15, 2009 05:00 PM
CORPUS CHRISTI - KRIS 6 News has learned that a Corpus Christi man, 33-year-old Carlos Garnica, died on May 6 of viral pneumonia due to the H1N1 (swine) flu virus. Texas State Lab has confirmed that Garnica had several contributing conditions, including sleep apnea and morbid obesity. Additional toxicology tests are pending. This is the third death in Texas related to the H1N1 virus. More details to come as they become available.
viral pneumonia due to the H1N1
several contributing conditions, including sleep apnea and morbid obesity
Originally posted by Laurauk
reply to post by switching yard
This be in relevance with the posting from the bbc, which I find rather bizzare.: Reserchers are claiming that, the bird flu may bot become the threat to humans as some have predicted, supposinblgy because human noses are too cold (LMAO), for the virus to thrive.
Anyone agree with this or are they just trying to pull the wool over our eyes.
An Imperial College London recreation of the nose's environment found that at 32 degrees Celsius, avian flu viruses lose function and cannot spread.
It is likely that the viruses have adapted to suit the warmer 40 degree environments in the guts of birds.
If any member has any medical or scientific research on ats can you please either debunk this for me? Thank you in advance.
It is certainly part of the explanation of why avian viruses, such as H5N1, fail to transmit readily to humans
Imperial London Research Report
[edit on 15-5-2009 by Laurauk]