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Thank you! People like to blame individuals for fearmongering, when all you are doing is spreading the truth, thanks to your first-hand reports! Stay well and keep sending info while you can.
Originally posted by jedi_hamster
they're spraying the skies all over poland, i saw it myself in my city.
[edit on 20-11-2009 by jedi_hamster]
D225G in Fatal H1N1 Cases in Norway?
Recombinomics Commentary 14:05
November 20, 2009
Laboratory tests from 70 patients are examined, of which eight patients have died. Total is the mutation found in five of the patients. Two of them are dead, while the other three have been hospitalized with serious illness in intensive care units.
The new mutated virus thrives further down the respiratory system than the original. It shuts down the lungs of patients, which means more severe disease than the original virus, which first affects the throat and upper respiratory tract.
Since the new virus in the lungs and is only detected in patients who have been admitted to hospital, experts expect that it is less contagious than has affected most who are infected so far.
Both the vaccine and Tamiflu as a treatment will work also for this variant of the virus, "says director Geir Stene-Larsen at the NIPH.
The above translation suggests that D225G has been found in the lungs of dead and dying patients in Norway. An investigation into the excessive H1N1 deaths in Norway had been ordered and a news conference has been called to discuss the "mutation". The description sounds like the D225G found in fatal cases in Ukraine.
Originally posted by randyvs
reply to post by wayno
I am beginning to see a bit of a pattern here with this flu.
Apple Valley Ca. U.S.A. Chemtrailer just past right over my house.
Long azz streak across the sky. Others in the distance.
[edit on 20-11-2009 by randyvs]
Contrails are just ice and disipate about one mile behind the
Ok, this is not quite on topic (sort of, maybe) but I have to admit, I don't know anything about chemtrails. I hear about them all the time, but I thought all jet planes leave contrails in their wake? I remember growing up in the midwest, and I thought every jet that passed overhead left a long white line in their wake.
Originally posted by dreamseeker
The other major point was something like 200,000 people die each year of "regular" flu on a good year with low death rate and up to 400.000 on a particularly bad year.
. . . .
Countries in the southern hemisphere, such as Australia, have already been through their flu season and I didn't see any reporting that numbers increased there. Why not? The vaccine wasn't available before or during their winter.
It is very strange but what is stranger still is every person who dies no matter what it is has an autopsy. If each person who died from swine flu complications then it would easily be reported. If they can test people for swine flu while alive couldn't the do to after death?
Abstract: The U.S. autopsy rate has fallen precipitously over the last half century, from 50 percent of bodies to less than eight percent today. Using data for 46 states from 1987 to 2000, we analyze the degree to which the decrease in the autopsy rate is due to better imaging technology or to cost pressures. We find that cost cutting pressures are more responsible for the decline than technology improvements.
Originally posted by TruthxIsxInxThexMist
I just heard reports on BBC NEWS that one person from Cardiff has been taken into hospital with a new strain of the virus.... first confirmed case of new strain.... didn't say it was this new one in the ukraine though....
Health officials say a Tamiflu-resistant strain of swine flu has spread between hospital patients. Five patients on a unit treating people with severe underlying health conditions at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff were infected. Three appear to have acquired the infection in hospital.
They are thought to be the first confirmed cases of person-to-person transmission of a Tamiflu-resistant strain in the world.