Some idiot wanted to have sex with a monkey and we got hiv, i wonder what happened with the swine flu. Lol. But seriously cells evolve. Thus the reasons why we keep gettin new viruses. We find cures for it, virus finds a way to become immune to our cure and doing that it creates an evolved better version of itself.
I would rather think its pigs' wrath on mankind for years of abuse, being called unclean, being used as a metaphor for bad behavior, being kept in way too small cages, eating our garbage and their own kind not to mention landing next to the eggs on the plate.
If the truth were told, swine flu is NOT God's wrath on mankind. Rather, it is the fulfillment of an early American prophecy. A politician once said that having an African-American as the President of the United States was as likely as having pigs that could fly. Well, last November Barack Obama was elected to the oval office and a few months later swine flu!
Swine Flu is not new. There's was a pandemic during the first world war that killed huge numbers. It resurfaced in again in the 1950s, and now it's back again.
by mohamedhmm 9 years ago
Swine Flu "The world's governments raced to avoid both a pandemic and global hysteria Sunday as more possible swine flu cases surfaced from Canada to New Zealand and the United States declared a public health emergency. "It's not a time to panic," the White House said.Mexico, the...
by LondonGirl 9 years ago
Goldacre's a great writer, on science and maths and stats. Here he writes about poor perception of risk many are showing:""Yeah, but you know, it could be like Sars and bird flu, they didn't materialise, they were hype." Simon Jenkins suggested the same thing. It's not true, I said....
by Dorsi Diaz 9 years ago
This will probably be the most important message I've ever posted here in the forums. This message is not meant to create panic but to let you know about the urgency of the situation.You have a very small window of opportunity to prepare for the coming swine flu pandemic. Today the World Health...
by pgrundy 8 years ago
I spent the day in Indiana taking my 23-year-old son to the doctor. He's been deathly ill for two weeks and has taken a turn for the worse over the last couple days. He has no health insurance, so I went so he could get treated. (I paid.)The doctor said he probably had flu the first week, possibly...
by manlypoetryman 8 years ago
Estimates concerning the virus as stated today when I glanced at a News Home page: It could kill between 30,000 and 90,000 people just in the United States and as many as 1.8 million people could be hospitalized.Media Promoting Hysteria...or Real Factual Numbers that could occur? Weigh-in on...
by Becca Hubbard-Woods 8 years ago
Here's my dilemma. My son's school is offering the swine flu vaccine in mist form for free. I have to sign a permission form before they will give it to him and I'm iffy on whether or not to let him have it. He's 5, by the way. Let me know what you guys think. Thanks ahead of time.
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