H1N1

The New Normal; Swine Flu Cases Reported May Be Tip Of The Iceberg

Here is your swine flu update.  I am still trying to locate the information that was scrubbed about the 3 avian flu viruses found in Canada in 2005, and will keep you updated as to the condition of the infected pigs in said country.  DO NOT get complacent.  The amount of morphing this little bastard can do between now and September is mind boggling.  Whether this form of H1N1 was formulated in a lab as some scientists are saying, or naturally occurring is moot; it is going to mutate and jump with possible devastating and lethal results. The CDC is…
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Mexican Swine Flu Being Complicated By Canadian H3N2 Virus?

The following report is of great interest, and the people that come here should take the time to read the whole post and understand it as best you can considering how complex the flu viruses are. From Reuters AlertNet 5/6/2009: Second strain of flu may complicate picture-study WASHINGTON, May 6 (Reuters) - A second strain of influenza, one of the seasonal strains, may have mutated and may be complicating the picture in Mexico, Canadian researchers reported on Wednesday. They have found a strain of the H3N2 virus that appears to have made a shift and could have complicated the flu…
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Swine Flu Ground Zero…More Questions For Enquiring Minds

More questions are arising about the origin of this strain of the swine flu, know known by the Bambi Administration as H1N1.  This is all very curious since we know that it is a combo-pack of swine, avian and human viruses.  The renaming of this flu from swine to H1N1 is not so much to protect the pork industry as it is to help people forget that this is a combination of viruses and to stop searching for the cause of such a curious bug. News is coming out of Mexico about the possible ground zero for this bug starting…
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