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If you believe this doctor smuggled Anthrax out of the most secure facility in the world just for some bizarre fixation.... sheeple!  

The Anthrax was traced back to the US strain. Caught red handed!!  oops... arrr  owww wasn't us.... He did it! The whole thing was very sus.

This guy famously overdosed on Tylenol?  really
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Johnray1 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 23 2013 at 9:14pm
CStackDr.PH, I agree. But I think that they are looking for that one bug that they can reduce the earths population to 500,000. But they need a bug that the selected few can be vaccinated against.It is the "New World Order" stated objective.Johnray1
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CStackDr.PH, when they find this bug,virus or bacteria,people will not be dieing 8 or 10 at a time in one location.People will be dieing so fast that there will not even be time to burn them.Something that kills at this rate is what I am watching for. John
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Dutch Josh Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 25 2013 at 12:05am
jacksdad, I did put some info on coinfections and H1N1 (also a study H1N1 in dogs !) from PubMed on the general discussion part. Recombinomics in my opinion gives very good specific info. Flu is very unpredictable and complex. Even flu-experts are not able to make good estimates. A snowstorm in the wrong place, wrong time can make a difference. Resistance bacteria make things worse. 
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Illuminati's Great Harvest:

http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread493785/pg1

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ciencia/ciencia_influenza35.htm


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Lillie, if you are able please post a reply on this stream.

Were any of your family effected by the cause of your fathers death?

We know you are going through a difficult time and our prayers are with you.
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Originally posted by Dutch Josh Dutch Josh wrote:

Flu is very unpredictable and complex. Even flu-experts are not able to make good estimates. A snowstorm in the wrong place, wrong time can make a difference. Resistance bacteria make things worse. 


Couldn't agree more, Josh - nobody could have seen the way things are heading in China right now.
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Houston teenager killed by H1N1;
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by KHOU.com staff
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Posted on December 26, 2013 at 4:23 PM
Updated today at 5:44 PM
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HOUSTON – A teenager from the Houston area died from H1N1, according to the City of Houston Health Department.
As of Thursday, there were 13 confirmed deaths from the H1N1 Flu in the greater Houston area. Katy Barton with the City of Houston Health Department confirmed the death on Thursday.
“It was my understanding it was H1N1,” Barton said.
The child was a Houston teenager, but because of privacy rules she could not reveal how old the child was or when they died.
According to the CDC, there have been four pediatric deaths nationwide from the flu. Texas, Alabama, Louisiana and New York remain hotbeds for flu activity.
Because of news like this, Juana Martinez was getting her children flu shots today at Legacy Community Health Services. A good idea her doctors told her – while also advising her not to worry too much.
“I don’t want people to have the idea that they should have panic,” said Dr. Omar Matuk. “They should get vaccinated. That’s the most important thing.”
Texas Children’s Hospital reports seven children admitted with the flu right now with three in Intensive Care.
“But the biggest thing that we advise people is to take a flu shot,” Barton said. “H1N1 is in this year’s formulation and it will provide protection for most people.”
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