posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 01:43 PM
I work in a place that would handle or investigate this matter. Aerosolization of the flu and some other extreme bugs are a concern. Our organization
3 weeks ago briefed us on the new modified H5N1 virus. This virus was modified in I think Norway by a scientists to be more contagious between mammal
to mammal, instead of birds to mammals.
This bug has around a 60 percent mortality rate. This is your super bug. The scientist had a dilemma in that should he post his findings to the
scientific community? If he did or does, any person will be able to replicate what he has done.
If he has this made up in a biocontainment suite, things do and have gotten out. People I think this is truly the doomsday bug. I have worked in
infectious disease research for over 20 years. I worked on Ebola and many nasty things. Things that make you bleed out from every orifice etc.
That never scared me. This bug does.
May God have mercy on our souls if this breaks out!
And being in cold climates do save you in a way. But, you can't have people moving around you as much in the first place. The more remote you are the
better. Just buy enough supplies for 3 months or so and hopefully the virus will run its course in your area. They usually mutate to easier control
virus. But by that time millions will die.