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Breaking News / Re: Acts of Terrorism in Canada
« Last post by TLR on Today at 01:17:22 AM »
Multiple gunmen transformed into a lone gunman very quickly. They had the whole biography on this Muslim patsy ready to feed to the press.
 
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Ebola Doctors at Breaking Point: 'This Constant Feeling That the Boat's Sinking'

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“I don’t see a light at the end of the tunnel,” said Lucey, a physician and professor from Georgetown University who is halfway through a five-week tour in Liberia with Medecins Sans Frontieres, the medical charity known in English as Doctors Without Borders. “The epidemic is still getting worse,” he said by phone between shifts.

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“They are at the breaking point,” said Vinh-Kim Nguyen, a professor at the School of Public Health at the University of Montreal who has volunteered for a West African tour with MSF in a few weeks. MSF has already seen 21 workers infected and 12 people die, and “there’s a sense that there’s a major wave of infections that’s about to wash everything away,” Nguyen said.

Edited for link. Thanks Abha
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As predicted:

http://uk.reuters.com/article/2014/1...0IB2OM20141022

Some U.S. hospitals weigh withholding care to Ebola patients

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The Ebola crisis is forcing the American healthcare system to consider the previously unthinkable: withholding some medical interventions because they are too dangerous to doctors and nurses and unlikely to help a patient.

U.S. hospitals have over the years come under criticism for undertaking measures that prolong dying rather than improve patients' quality of life.

But the care of the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the United States, who received dialysis and intubation and infected two nurses caring for him, is spurring hospitals and medical associations to develop the first guidelines for what can reasonably be done and what should be withheld.

Officials from at least three hospital systems interviewed by Reuters said they were considering whether to withhold individual procedures or leave it up to individual doctors to determine whether an intervention would be performed.

Ethics experts say they are also fielding more calls from doctors asking what their professional obligations are to patients if healthcare workers could be at risk.
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Oddly, the naked ape survived for 165,000 years without a mined energy source & now he thinks he can't live without it.  It is far too late to do anything about energy, we don't have the capital to do anything.  The planet is not going support feeding us, & when the collapse which is now underway, is in full swing, who is going to maintain the 400 odd nuclear piles of poison?   
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Since it's been a while since I've noticed anything alarming here, I offer this for your consideration:

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Gloves and Ebola virus: a consideration of the penetration possibility
based on nanostructure consideration
Sora Yasri1, Viroj Wiwanitkit2
1KMT Medical Center, Bangkok Thailand
2Wiwanitkit House, Bangkhae, Bangkok Thailand
...
Focusing on the case of Ebola virus, its diameter is about 80 nm. For the gloves, the pore size is about 5 micron or 5000 nm. Comparing between
Ebola virus size and glove pore size, it is possible that the virus can directly pass thorough the gloves pore to the hands of the users. Hence, it seems that using gloves might not be an effective tool for prevention of Ebola virus...

http://www.apjtb.com/zz/onlinefirst/APJTB-2014-0523.pdf

HT, Flutrackers.

As soon as that info gets circulated it will only take 4-6 months for the CDC and WHO to admit its even possible. That's some good info.
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General Discussion / Re: Orlov: How to start a war and lose an empire
« Last post by Spellbound on Today at 01:02:57 AM »
MonSatan will just release some of their aggressive GMO crap in Russia, and then sue for compromised profits.
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Philosophy and Metaphysics / Re: Edmond Bordeaux Szekely: Essenes
« Last post by Spellbound on Today at 12:57:24 AM »
I originally found the 1st three little old Essene books at a garage sale and found them quite fascinating.  I will be looking into more of these that you've pointed out soon.
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Since it's been a while since I've noticed anything alarming here, I offer this for your consideration:

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Gloves and Ebola virus: a consideration of the penetration possibility
based on nanostructure consideration
Sora Yasri1, Viroj Wiwanitkit2
1KMT Medical Center, Bangkok Thailand
2Wiwanitkit House, Bangkhae, Bangkok Thailand
...
Focusing on the case of Ebola virus, its diameter is about 80 nm. For the gloves, the pore size is about 5 micron or 5000 nm. Comparing between
Ebola virus size and glove pore size, it is possible that the virus can directly pass thorough the gloves pore to the hands of the users. Hence, it seems that using gloves might not be an effective tool for prevention of Ebola virus...

http://www.apjtb.com/zz/onlinefirst/APJTB-2014-0523.pdf

HT, Flutrackers.
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I sort of understand re-incarnation, and am aware that it is a vital part of the foundation of just about any eastern religion you can choose to study. I am also operating under the notion that none of the eastern religions is vilified especially to the degree that Christianity is vilified in the world today. Why do I find that disconcerting? Well, I'm also aware of something called manufactured consent. And, that applies if you look at the fact that occult organizations have feverishly been at work for centuries to destroy their number one target - Christianity. Oh, they have other targets, but those religions seem to be cooperating a bit more with the occult agenda item favoring a one world religion.  As for the eastern religions, they have things built into them that are considered dangerous by the old un-corrupted Christianity. Are those things of use to something called the great deceiver?  I guess we'll see.
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I was reading up on the black death.  Seems that whenever the plague struck a city, the rich all skedaddled post-haste to the country side, where they, by and large, lived.  The poor remaining in the cities however, by and large, died.  They were ever so kind on their return.  They let a poor servant live in their house for a month before they moved in, to see if the poor person would die.  The plague came in waves.  So did the grippe.

Not even the livestock were spared their share of pestilence.  If not Ebola, there's always some other thing waiting to kill half the humans on the planet.  Again.

I swear though.  First worlders can't even stay on top of head lice in their schools.  Why would a deadly disease be any different?
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