posted on Nov, 23 2009 @ 02:31 PM
Date: 23.11.2009 04:40:07
According to analysis of genetic testing done by the World Health Organization, the Ukraine flu virus is an H1N1 mutation that is similar to the 1918
Spanish flu epidemic. The two flu virus outbreaks both have changes in the receptor binding domain D225G, and similar symptoms, which include bleeding
in the lungs. Current estimates of the deaths attributed to the Ukraine flu outbreak is as many as 400, and increasing daily.
Spanish flu pandemic
In 1918, the Spanish flu pandemic killed between 20 million and 40 million people. The pandemic took place during the end of World War I, but ten
times as many Americans died from the Spanish Flu as died in the war - nearly 700,000. The most severely struck regions were in areas of high
humidity. Some speculation existed that the Spanish flu was an early attempt at a biological weapon due to the extremely high death rate, and symptoms
that included bleeding in the lungs.
H1N1 Mutation in the Ukraine
The H1N1 mutation in the Ukraine also includes the symptoms of bleeding in the lungs, and has been described as an infection that completely destroys
the lungs. The receptor binding proteins present in the Spanish flu and in swine flu mutations that result in bleeding lungs and death are the same. A
virus attaches to charged molecules on cells. Some attach to proteins and others to lipids, but the type of molecule differs between viruses. The
virus samples analyzed by the World Health Organization from the Ukraine flu showed a different receptor binding pattern than the original swine flu
virus, but the same as the receptor binding pattern as the 1918 Spanish flu.