U.S Ebola Outbreak In 3 months Were all Fqucked
- 08-03-2014, 07:39 PM
- 08-03-2014, 09:16 PM
This is a pretty big theory. And as someone who is normally pretty heavy on believing theories related to anything meant to damage the population and give more control to the federal government...I am not too worried about it.
Even if there is an Ebola outbreak it is not the most contagious disease in the world. It rapidly spreads and ravages 3rd world countries due to a lack of sanitation, not having any organizations like the Center for Disease Control, no central source of communication, and the lack of modern medicine.
They are already using the individuals they transported here as resources to prepare a vaccine. I know there are a couple drugs moving into human trials within the next few months.
Statistically if you look at the number of people infected with Ebola at the moment it is actually not that many. Anything over a 100 anymore is considered an "epidemic".
It is not airborne and as long as precautions are taught to people and we maintain a high level of sanitation most places do not have to worry. Areas of low education will be the main concerns and they do bring the risk of spreading it more but even then that is why we have the CDC and trust me they will not hesitate to lock down half a city to keep the casualty count minimized. You can walk past someone who has Ebola and not catch it. Its main transfer method is through bodily fluids.
- 08-04-2014, 11:42 AM
08-04-2014, 05:09 PM
08-04-2014, 05:47 PM
08-04-2014, 06:38 PM
If anything an Ebola outbreak would be used to solidify the governments incompetence/ or corruption and willingness to harm citizens and we all know what the next step half of Americans are waiting for is. As much as I normally accuse the federal government of doing some horrific things I think Ebola spreading would actually be bad for it and cost it. States that want sovereignty would have opportunities they currently do not to declare their borders "national" borders and so on. Remember people are content sheeple because life is easy. Remove that easy life and they will act on their bitterness.
Again I just don't see it happening. 700 in Africa is not even a grain of sand on the beach statistically speaking.
08-04-2014, 06:53 PM
Maybe the government can pass a bill that all individuals suspected of having Ebola can be shot on sight.
Maybe this is the beginning of the new world order
Eradicate the weak, and then weed out the liberals.
08-04-2014, 07:09 PM
Read the following bit from IFLS. You have to think that most of the people on this site could probably survive getting Ebola thanks to our physical condition and health. Secondly a Vaccine will most definitely be right around the corner.
Americans are useful as currency. Believe it or not if too many of us die the federal government loses its collateral in the face of the world. It promises the world a consumer society that boosts the economy of countries that manufacture. If we fell into chaos and martial law it would have rippling effects all over and cost the feds their power on the international stage. This is a rare situation where it is in their best interests to watch out for our best interests.
And trust me, normally I have my tin foil hat ready to go but this would simply be illogical.
"West Africa is currently experiencing the largest Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak in history. As of August 1, there have been 1603 cases and 887 deaths. Treatment options for EVD are fairly limited, and center around palliative care of the patient. Maintaining hydration and reducing fever are two of the biggest challenges for patients, but can be lifesaving. No vaccination options are currently available and antiviral medications have been slow to develop. However, a pair of Americans who had been providing healthcare to EVD patients in Liberia have exclusively received an experimental treatment after they also fell ill. Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol are being brought to Atlanta to receive treatment.The FDA will sometimes allow expanded access for unapproved/experimental drugs in the face of life-or-death illnesses. This is dependent on the pharmaceutical company and the attending physician making their own plans to transport the medicine and is also contingent on FDA approval.
The experimental medication is called ZMapp and is created from monoclonal antibodies, which are the proteins created by the immune system of an organism that has previously been infected with the virus. The serum has been through rodent and primate testing, but is not ready for human trials. Animal models were given the medication 24 or 48 hours after the onset of symptoms, while the two Americans received treatment much later. However, they seem to be doing well
Writebol did not respond to the first dose of the serum. Brantly, on the other hand, showed signs of improvement within an hour of treatment. The next day, he was able to bathe himself and board the plane for Atlanta. Writebol received a second dose (the last of the serum available) and has been faring better. She is due to return to the US tomorrow (Tuesday).
There are currently no plans to give the serum to Africans, but there are important cultural barriers in play. Many of the people who have become ill distrust Western medicine. Rather than see quarantined treatment facilities as a place to receive help, the high fatality rate (roughly 55%) has many convinced that those locations are where people being made sick and killed. There is an unfortunate history of unethical medical experiments being performed in Africa, increasing their fears. There are also many legal and ethical barriers to administering experimental treatments to large populations, particularly those in a foreign, less developed country. It could be viewed as opportunistic and unethical medical experimentation.
Many Africans are preferring to hide their illness and receive treatment at home, which contributes to the spread of disease. The health care workers currently in West Africa are having a hard enough time trying to help people at the basic level of providing fluids and monitoring fevers; administering an untested medication could potentially hurt efforts more than it would help.
When news broke that Brantly and Writebol were being transferred to the US, many people immediately jumped on the outrage bandwagon, claiming what happened in West Africa could happen here. Believe it or not, the plan actually was thought through and the US will not experience a similar outbreak.
08-04-2014, 07:26 PM
08-05-2014, 07:23 PM
If someone sneezes near you or on you your a ebola statistic in less then 3 weeks. Lol hazmat suits gasmask people save yourself!! Im in new york I heard there was a dude in tbe hospital with symptoms so I give it two months actually
08-05-2014, 07:35 PM
Christ. Give me a Fukin break. Some people should not be allowed to watch tv or search the internet.
This the world is ending and conspiracy crap is fun to entertain or talk about over a business lunch, but that's about it.
The world is no worse than it was 60 years ago. The only difference is now whacko's have a worldwide forum to spread this nonsense.
08-05-2014, 07:37 PM
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08-19-2014, 08:00 AM
Clomid had a 90% treatment efficacy in a study done a while back. So all the guys on PCT will be fine. (Seriously)
Survival of the fittest
08-21-2014, 12:34 PM
08-21-2014, 12:52 PM
08-21-2014, 10:15 PM
Doctor was released with ebola virus which has gone dormant when ever it decides to comeback.. outbreak. Where right on schedule it seems
08-21-2014, 10:54 PM
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10-01-2014, 07:01 AM
Its beginning my friends one person in dallas this is the start next month there will be atleast 20 more in the following states California,Atlanta, Newyork,Marlyland
10-01-2014, 07:26 AM
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