What do you guys think of the swine flu, do you think its possible it could maybe turn into what this site's been talking about, what are the simptons, and are they close to becoming a problem like zombies?
Dario - I agree that the rabies virus will be mixed in with this. It has been reported as mutating in the United States in animals and has now been passed "socially" between them and that the time period was more rapid showing the signs - in other words mutated.
Guillian-Barre Syndrome (GBS) has been shown to be a "side effect" of the flu vaccine. Perhaps, I believe, it is actually that GBS has been combined with the virus of flu, not a side effect (however, see my comments on the flu shot further down*)
Now, if you research GBS, you will see that it is hard to differentiate diagnosing GBS from rabies. Why? - I believe GBS IS RABIES, a form of it.
Research hit the news this year that GBS IS A SIGN of this flu vaccine and neurologists were sent letters and told to watch for these symptoms.
As you watch for signs of this you would watch for signs of people being in the first stages of some kind of rabies, not necessarily fast acting. Since it is a neurological attacking virus, I would watch for signs of people being, how should I put it, doing odd(er) things. Rabid means rage. People would do things indicative of someone enraged with abnormal activities going on.
That is what I am seeing. Way too much "odd" murders and families doing "odd" things when they murder their family members. I think it is "odd" that so many military people are committing suicide as well as the general population. Not to mention the biting and eating of flesh.
Could this be a stage of the rabies virus mutating with the other virus? (Oh, and let's not forget Ebola). It possibly could.
* Regarding my comment about the flu shot: I noticed in news that the adjuvant being added is the same adjuvant used in rabies vaccine. One of the same companies that produces the swine flu vaccine is the one that does the rabies vaccine. They also are the ones that have a shoddy record of accidents at their facility. Connect the dots: rabies mixed into swine flu shot would be a great possibility also.
We use the term zombies - like rabies they come in two "flavors", the fast and the slow...in rabies the paralytic form is the slow form.
What if the virus, mutating or mixed with rabies, changes rabies just a tad bit? It then would be possible. They are all attacking the brain.
I did the research and about 80% of everything you said was a lie. I would just say you are incorrect but it seems you made it all up.
They are NOT putting rabies in he vaccine. GBS is associated with a lot of vaccines that use tissue from infected animals that have nothing to do with rabies. It does happen with rabies vaccines as well but that is the only link to it.
thats the thing there isnt problems with that shit in the towns around me. at all or my town. and its gotten pretty bad around here with the sirens and helicopters now, every 30 minutes atleast theres helicopters in the sky, and no there is a news station or anything like that, juts a hospital
So you take the fact there is no swine flu in your area, add in activity you can not explain and suddenly there is a cover up of swine flu zombies that do not exist anywhere else. Yup sounds like someone went off their meds again.
lol I never said there isnt swine flu, i was talking about the 'gangsters', I'm on long island, it's like a swine flu cesspool. I'm not saying its a cover up for zombies, i just think its something there hiding, it could be zombies, it could be something else.
The thing that is unique about ALL influenza strains is that they constantly mutate. Once you have the flu (just normal everyday flu) and you pass it to someone else, it picks up part of your DNA and passes it onto the next person. When that person infects someone, it has already mutated, adding the new DNA and on and on an on. . .
So, as the new Swine Flu (nickname Mexican Flu) mutates, could it hypothically morph into a multi-infection (SUPER FLU) that has now combined with other diseases or viruses , meningtis for example, along its DNA gathering life?
Let's say it does, and due to the brain's thermostat shuting down, allowing 110+ body temps, the brain fries and the body no longer functions properly.
As a result of slowed liver and kidney function, toxins build up, resulting in a mineral imbalance, and the body starts to over load on some things and "starves" for other things - like iron.
Iron deficiencies create "pica" - a eating disorder where in people will eat things most people don't normally eat, like dirt. glass, ice, etc. (People who eat ice all the time are usually found to be iron-deficient)
Even though the person's brain no longer functions properly, the body still needs nutrients, however, traditional treatment fails because the exact cause varies from case to case and administering nutrition via IV doesn't work any more. . .
(Keep in mind Pica here)
Would a being who had no real thoughts other than to survive, seek out the most readily available source of protein?
Medical facts to be considered:
a) Fever is not the result of damage to the body by germs; the body creates fever in response to exposure to germs. Fever has been shown to increase levels of antiviral substances the body produces and also minerals like copper and zinc, the combination of these and other changes help the body's immune response ward off infection.
b) Normal body temperature can be misleading; different areas of the body are different temperatures. For example, the liver is usually in the 105°F or above range, which is essential for certain enzymatic reactions that take place like detoxification of chemicals.
Skin temperature is usually much cooler, in the 92°-95°F range. Ask anyone what normal body temperature is and they'll surely respond 98.6 °F. But that is only an average taken from a normal range that the majority of the population falls into. There are some exceptions.
The normal temperature range for most people is 96.0°F - 99.6°F. Your temperature is normally lowest in the morning and highest between 4p.m. and midnight
c) A fever is any temperature between 99.6° - 105°F. Fever that results in brain damage is a fear that many people have, but this concern is not warranted. The body won't let a fever get too high from an infection unless there has been damage to the temperature regulator or "thermostat" of the brain, the hypothalamus.
Damage to the hypothalamus can occur from a brain infection (meningitis or encephalitis), or a poisoning. When the weather turns warmer, there is a danger of heat exhaustion and heat stroke. During heat stroke, the body loses the ability to cool itself and control body temperature, and brain damage can result.
d) Long-term acetominophen and ibuprofen use has been found to cause liver and kidney damage.
Okay, so you bring all these "facts" to the table, but do you know what any of them actually mean?
Do you know why the liver is damaged by too much acetominophen? It's generally not the long term use that causes the damage, but rather the increase in doses. A body becomes used to certain levels, and thus you increase the dosage to meet the needs of the medication. The "base" neutralizes the natural alkaline level in your blood, thus interfering with the liver and its job. Think of it like your car. If you have a hybrid car which runs sometimes on electric power and sometimes on fossil fuels, what would happen if you didn't use the FF portion of your engine for a month of two? It may become unreliable, and have a hard time performing the function you require. Your body is the same way.
Now, a normal body temperature of 98.6 degrees is an acurate statement for 98% of normal human beings. There are three ways to take your body temperature, and 98 degrees is by mouth. A heavier set person may maintain a higher internal body temp, due to all the insulation, and an irregularly skinny person may maintain a lower internal body temp. But the teperatures differ based upon the area that they are taken.
Now, In case you missed it in the thousands of news articles, or posts before...the swine flu is nothing more than a strand that can be transmitted between human and swine...all flus mutate...the normal run of the mill flu, mutates...and has done so for thousands of years. Thousands of people die every year from the flu, so why do you think the swine flu is special?
As per the storyline, just because it's called the flu, doesn't mean it's the flu. Physicians won't be the ones causing mass panic, the people are the ones who do this, by calling things by names like "Super-flu". The Flu is just the Flu. The Campion Virus is something entirely different, but exhibits flu like symptoms. Our inability to cure said "Flu" caused the public to start refering to it as a super flu. It wasn't dubbed so by the Surgeon General, or the President, or any other formal means of declaration.