The H1N1 pandemic of 2009 was predicted one year in advance by observing an increased Replikin®Count. Currently, the human lethality rate of H5N1 has increased to its highest level ever, as predicted by the increasing Replikin®Count of the p B1 'Lethality' Gene (1) as well as clinically (Figure).
The H5N1 virus previously has not been very infectious and has not spread easily to humans. (WHO total of 566 human cases since 2003.) However, in 2010, the Replikin®Count of the HA 'Infectivity' gene of H5N1 increased (2) predicting the outbreaks which have occurred in Cambodia and Vietnam in 2011-12 (1). In 2011 the Count has increased further to its highest level since the discovery of H5N1 in 1959 (p
the sad part is once they decide to give us the "vaccine" they will release a virus that will kill thousands making everybody line up for this new vaccine. people will die and we will be chipped.
let nature take its corse, if we were not making vaccines in the first place the germs would not need to mutate to survive, sure more death and less population, but at least there would be better natural resistence against diesese. and mind u forced chipping is comming.
The only thing worse than injecting vaccines into our bloodstreams, has GOT to be injecting fake/synthetic/man-made sh*t into our bloodstreams!
And they cheer it on with "Contains NO biological agents!" Yay!!! ...oh wait.
The ongoing threat of an outbreak of pandemic influenza , whether it be H1N1 or a variant virus, has focused leading scientists attention on the planning and usage of the Five Pillars: a cocktail of antiviral drugs, vaccines, antibodies, immunomodulatory treatments and other non-pharmaceutical interventions in combination to mitigate and counter such an event. This pre-conference one day symposium will offer a programme of presentations from leading world experts on the use of the ‘Five Pillars’ and their combined strategies that will be employed in the face of a worldwide influenza pandemic as well as the annual seasonal influenza programmes.
I wonder how long they've known about this/ what kind of talks have already been had on solutions.
Computer scientist J. Storrs Hall’s book on the development of artificial intelligence and its ethical aftermath, Beyond AI:
Creating the Conscience of the Machine, says the following about our likelihood of proceeding rapidly down the path of merging man with machines:
“We’ve been modifying one another since the invention of speech, enhancing our memories since the invention of writing, enhancing our eyes with lenses, our muscles with machines, and our voices with electrical signals on wires. It is so ingrained in human nature for us to enhance ourselves that ‘not’ doing it would be the weird, inhuman thing to do.”
By the middle of this century we will be further supplementing our bodies with genetic, drug and electronic augmentations.
Futurologists tend to look at the impacts of artificial intelligence, genetic engineering, nanotechnology and robotics in isolation. It is a simple matter to single out a technology and then make a linear regression projecting its future.
The most commonly referenced current example is ‘Moore’s law’. Gordon Moore was originally speaking about IC complexity – which was applied by Dave House to computer performance, predicting it doubling every 18 months.
Popular acknowledgment of Moore and House is that ‘Moore’s law’ has successfully predicted the exponential growth of digital electronics over the past 45 years.
Ray Kurzweil’s book The Singularity Is Near: When Humans Transcend Biology has a theory of technology evolution that predicts the same exponential growth for modern economic and biological systems.