posted on Oct, 11 2009 @ 07:58 AM
I have a couple observations to throw out.
the name "h1n1" sounds like a project name. if swine flu is so "rare and unique" why isn't it something like h2n21,
the common flu should have been the first one identified
people that currently have gotten the swine flu have been told by their doctors,
it was due to getting the vacinne last year that makes you more susceptable for this years flu
(or maybe you and everybody that took last years shot else incubated the next version)
The fact that the nasal vaccine is a "modified" h1n1, makes it a totally new virus
when we are talking about populations in the millions and billions, risks in the tenth of a percent are alarming at best
(0.1% is 1 person in 1000, not good odds)
I would prefer PPM safety factors
nose shot has up to 2.5% chance of mutation, but to only the core swine flue? or something else new?
It seems odd to me, no pig farmers in the midwest are dying in large numbers, even with close pig manure contact.
also seems odd to me that the mammals on the earth are at the greatest risk.
I wonder if reptiles can get the flu