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  • macrocosmonaut macrocosmonaut May 1, 2009 6:50 AM Flag

    A nightmare is coming to humankind...

    ...when this virus will make a reassortment with a H5N1 virus in infected humans or pigs.

    IN such a case ficton will become reality - and there will be no happy end for billions of people...

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    • The nightmare is getting closer...

      God bless us...

      >>H1N1 can be easily transmitted to pigs!!!

      >>New developments also are raising more questions, including an announcement by Canadian officials Saturday documenting the first case of the H1N1 human virus jumping from a person to pigs on a farm. The infected farmworker had recently returned from Mexico and has since recovered. None of the pigs died.<<

      It just a questio of time, when this will happen at Indochina, Egypt, Turkey or elswhere at H5N1 infected humans,pigs or chicken.

      In such a case a reassortment of A/Mexico/H1N1 to H5N1 transmitted virus by droplets is presumably.

      God blees our souls.

      Do your own due dilligence.<<

    • A/Mexico/H1N1 has reached Hongkong the gateway to Asia!!!

      It only has last a week to reach the other side of this planet.

      Now H1N1 will come in contact to H5N1 endemic/epidemic regions.

      An Reasortment of A/Mexico/H1N1 with H5N1 or other influenca strains is possible in humans and/or pigs.

      H5N1 has been described in both and other animals. New reports about new strains of H5N1 has been reported at march at China.

      God bless our souls.


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