Saturday, December 21, 2013

Pandemic watch December 21 , 2013 - Scientists Angry over work to make H5N1 bird-flu virus MORE dangerous to humans ...... Does the possibility of a release ( accidental or otherwise concern scientists ) Reminds me of the start of 28 Days Later , just not the " Rage " virus ..... When you consider the continuing dangerous releases from Fukushima debacle - impacting not just Japan and the countries in that region , but the West Coast of North America ( and let's not forget the sailors on US ships at the time of Fukushima debacle on March 11 , 2011 ) , contaminated foods , Mystery illnesses , insecticides in the food chain ........ Is there a conspiracy to cause mass deaths ?

Scientists Angry over work to make H5N1 bird-flu virus MORE dangerous to humans

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Steve Connor
December 21, 2013
Coalition of leading scientists claim ferret experiments could lead to a pandemic / via
Coalition of leading scientists claim ferret experiments could lead to a pandemic / via
Some of the world’s most eminent scientists have severely criticised the arguments used by some influenza researchers who are trying to make the H5N1 bird-flu virus more dangerous to humans by repeatedly infecting laboratory ferrets.
More than 50 senior scientists from 14 countries, including three Nobel laureates and several fellows of the Royal Society, have written to the European Commission denouncing claims that the ferret experiments are necessary for the development of new flu vaccines and anti-viral drugs.
They also said it is “untrue” to state that the new mutations in the laboratory strain of H5N1, which have enabled the bird-flu virus to be airborne transmissible between ferrets and, potentially, people, have already been seen in nature.

Cameras in the opening scenes show footage of extremely violent riots taking place in central London. A chimpanzee is then shown surrounded by the cameras and chained to a table. Shortly afterwards, British animal liberation activists break into a laboratory in Cambridge. While trying to free some chimpanzees being used for medical research, they are interrupted by a scientist (David Schneider). Despite his desperate warnings that the chimps are infected with a virus dubbed "Rage", which he claims is highly contagious and only takes one bite to spread, the activists ignore him and open the cages anyway and release the chimpanzees. A chimp attacks an activist and immediately infects her, and she in turn infects the other members of the group, including the chief scientist when he attempts to kill her.


Fukushima sicknesses among US sailors.....

Fox Host: I wasn’t aware sickness among Navy sailors was so widespread after Fukushima; Experts say dangerous radioactive releases to air and ocean — Tepco didn’t give U.S. radiation data for 3 to 4 days (VIDEOS)

Fox News: “So many US sailors coming forward” with symptoms after mission near Fukushima; “Strange lumps all over… he’d been poisoned with radiation”; Hemorrhaging, cancers, leukemia, tumors — Another 50 service members may join lawsuit

Fukushima looming  impacts - US and Canada .....

Watch: Berkeley unanimously passes Fukushima resolution — Officials: “Very serious… I’m quite sobered by it”; “I’m glad we’re taking a stand”; State should get involved; Affects entire coast, we all need to get together and take action; “Work of activists… is paying off with public support” (VIDEO)

Contaminated chickens.....

Consumer Reports: Contaminated Chicken

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December 19, 2013

On American dinner tables, chicken is the most popular meat.
But Consumer Reports’ tests of more than 300 raw chicken breasts purchased at stores across the country found potentially harmful bacteria in nearly all the samples.
“We tested the chicken for six bacteria, including salmonella and campylobacter, which are common causes of food poisoning, and E. coli and enterococcus, which are typical measures of fecal contamination,” said Urvashi Rangan of Consumer Reports.

Mystery illness claims 4 lives in Texas

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December 18, 2013

Officials with the Montgomery County Health Department are on a mission to find out more about a mystery flu-like illness.
So far, half of the people who have come down with it have died.
According to the health department, all of the patients have had flu-like and/or pneumonia like symptoms. However, all of them have tested negative for the flu.
There have been eight confirmed patients ranging in age from 41 to 68. Four of those patients have died.
Sources told KHOU that two of the surviving patients are being treated at Conroe Regional Medical Center and are “very sick”.
Those sources said doctors are being advised to use extra precaution to prevent this from spreading.
It’s unclear if any of the patients had pre-existing conditions.
The Montgomery County Health Department is waiting on more conclusive test results. Officials are hoping they will have more answers in the days to come.

This story and video below just released by POTRBLOG is an eye openerNext week, the Department of Health and Human Services is releasing a 453 page booklet requiring ALL of their Medicare and Medicaid providers to begin ‘doomsday prepping’. Does this have anything to do with this mystery illness outbreak in America? Have they knowingly weaponized H1N1 as suggested in the 2nd video below? Something stinks to high heaven with this new directive occurring as what may be a lethal bio-weapon created by the New World Order is released upon America. Is this why the elite are now bugging out?

The POTRBLOG team had hoped to shut down for Christmas but we knew that such media dead periods are when most vile government regulations are attempted (the Christmas vacation creation of the Federal Reserve as an example), so we had our eyes open.The Government’s rationale for imposing these Doomsday prepping regulations on ALL Medicare and Medicaid providers is Eye Opening TOO:

H1N1pdm09 Louisiana Tamiflu Resistance Cluster ExpandsRecombinomics Commentary 02:00
December 18, 2013
The CDC has released another series of H1N1pdm09 sequences, which included two more cases with H274Y, signaling Tamiflu resistance.  One of those sequences, A/Louisiana/13/2013, from a Louisiana case, 22M, is virtually identical (in all 8 gene segments) to the first 3 Louisiana cases with H274Y (A/Louisiana/07/2013, A/Louisiana/08/2013, A/Louisiana/10/2013).  However, unlike the first three cases which were collected in a tight window in October (between October 7 – October 9), the latest sequence is from a November 11 collection, more than a month later, signaling ongoing clonal expansion.

In addition to these four cases in Louisiana, a Mississippi isolate, A/Mississippi/11/2013, which was also collected in November, also has H274Y and is closely related to the Louisiana sequences.  These sequences raise concerns that this sub-clone is spreading in the south, where influenza levels are high.  The latest CDC FluView reports more than 96% of influenza A cases as H1N1pdm09 (and 94% of influenza is influenza A).

This high level of H1N1pdm09 raises concerns that more middle age cases will be appearing at hospital emergency rooms due to the susceptibility of this age group to H1N1pdm09.  In Texas, the Montgomery County Department of Health issued a December 17 press release, citing 8 cases with flu-like symptoms who have tested negative on a rapid test.  Four of these cases have died.  Media reports indicate the ages of the cases are between 41-68, ages which are susceptible to H1N1pdm09.  Moreover, H274Y may have limited treatment, and contributed to the clinical decline of 6 of the 8 cases.

Insecticides implicated in bee population decline may also impact human nervous system

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December 17, 2013
"may affect the developing human nervous system," European Food Safety Authority said.(image: Wikimedia Commons, Maciej Czyżewski)
“may affect the developing human nervous system,” European Food Safety Authority said. (Wikimedia Commons / Maciej Czyżewski)
The EU warned Tuesday that two widely used insecticides, one of which has already been implicated in bee population decline, may pose a risk to human health.
The neonicotinoid insecticides acetamiprid and imidacloprid “may affect the developing human nervous system,” the European Food Safety Authority said, the first time such a link has been made.
As a result, experts wanted “some guidance levels for acceptable exposure … to be lowered while further research is carried out to provide more reliable data on developmental neurotoxicity (DNT).”