posted on Sep, 9 2009 @ 02:07 PM
Why has the swine flue virus been designed to be so weak? Why make it weak if they want as many people as possible to take the vaccine? Maybe they
dont want it to be a strong virus. But why?
Perhaps the reason is free will.
If free will must be respected, they would have to make people choose weather or not to take the vaccine. If they make the virus too lethal, its not
really a choice - its a must to take the vaccine. If they make the virus too weak, nobody takes the vaccine. So they make it just right. Just a little
stronger than the ordinary flue. From the looks of it, there is a heated debate amongst people weather or not to take the shot. Perhaps its
Whatever future effects this vaccine or virus has on people, it will be a consequence of weather or not they took the shot. Its an interesting idea to
There is also a chance this post is dumb.
[edit on 9-9-2009 by Copernicus]