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February 14, 2013 by DAVE MIHALOVIC
Recombined Flu and SARS-like Viruses Circulating, Airborne, And Immune To Hand Sanitization


There are confirmed cases of SARS-like viruses as well as upgraded flu viruses in circulation. Some people have a natural resistance to many types of viral strains while others can be affected several times in a period of weeks. A shocking discovery is that scientists are noticing that hand sanitizations are doing little if anything to prevent transmission.

World Health Organization (WHO) issued an international alert in September 2012 for a virus belonging to the same family as SARS, or Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome - an engineered coronavirus that killed about a tenth of the 8,000 people it infected worldwide. Symptoms include severe respiratory illness, fever, coughing and breathing difficulties.

Officials at the World Health Organization said the new virus has probably already spread between humans.

Michael Osterholm, an infectious diseases expert at the University of Minnesota, warned the virus could be adapting into a more transmissible form. "At any moment the fire hydrant of human-to-human transmission cases could open," he said. "This is definitely a 'stay tuned' moment." He noted that before SARS sparked a worldwide epidemic, there were a handful of human-to-human cases, until something happened, like a virus mutation, which triggered an explosion of cases.

WHO says the virus is probably more widespread than previously thought and has advised countries to test any people with unexplained pneumonia.

Coronaviruses are typically spread like other respiratory infections such as flu, travelling in airborne droplets when an infected person coughs or sneezes.

Upgraded influenza viruses have also been widely circulating since November of 2012. "The new viral strains appear to cause significant respiratory and sinus infections in many people that can last up to a month, coming in waves and combined with recurring sore throats and inflammation," said infectious disease expert Dr. Donald Lau. "Mortality rates have not increased by any significant margin, however recovery rates are much slower."

Engineered Viruses

Whether engineered viruses are created is no longer up for debate. Both the CDC and WHO admit viruses are engineered in laboratories for what they claim are testing purposes. Somehow these engineered viruses then find themselves circulating around the world and even the top infectious disease experts aren't sure how humans are being infected by them.

A compilation of research was recently exposed on how the entire flu season may be one big scam perpetrated by national and international governments.

What is up for debate is how these engineered viruses are being released into worldwide populations.

Engineering of SARS virus has been done. In a paper published in 2006, approximately 4 years after the SARS outbreak, a new transcription circuit was engineered to make recombinant SARS viruses. The recombination then transformed the expression of viral transcripts and proteins in different forms from the original.

Scientists double mutated and triple mutated the virus. They claimed the goal of modifying the SARS virus with this approach was to reduce viability.

It's another example of scientists overstepping their boundaries perhaps to encourage additional platform for vaccine production.

Avian H5N1 influenza and human seasonal influenza viruses have already been known to have the potential to create hybrid strains combining the virulence of bird flu with the pandemic ability of H1N1. In laboratory experiments in mice, a single gene segment from a human seasonal flu virus, H3N2, was able to convert the avian H5N1 virus into a highly pathogenic form.

In a move that can only be described as incredibly reckless, scientists at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control had conducted experiments in which they infected ferrets with both the H1N1 swine virus and the H5N1 bird flu virus to see if they will "reassort" and create a new hybrid flu virus.

The rationale for these reckless experiments is that scientists want to know if a combination of H1N1 and H5N1 could become a "super flu" that would be both easily transmissible from human to human and highly fatal at the same time.

Dr. Nguyen Huy Nga, chief of the Preventive Health and Environment Department, said the influenza virus can combine with other strains and become more deadly and more capable of human-to-human transmission, especially in winter.

Some Viruses Immune To Hand Sanitization


There never has been much evidence that sanitizers prevent colds and flu and the circulating viruses are proving immune to hand sanitization as individuals and health professionals in close quarters with regimented sanitization protocols are still becoming infected, meaning airborne particles are trumping physical transmission through skin contact via mucous membranes.

In a 2010 University of Virginia study by Aiello and colleagues involving 1,178 college students living in dorms, the combination of using disinfectant hand gels and face masks was linked to lower rates of flu, compared to students who took neither precaution, but the difference wasn’t statistically significant.

In the University of Virginia study, volunteers who used alcohol-based antiviral hand sanitizer every three hours had no significant drop in flu or rhinovirus infections, compared to non-users. The findings were presented at the 50th Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy in Boston. 

"These results suggest that hand transmission may be less important for the spread of rhinovirus [the main cause of colds] and influenza virus than previously believed," said researcher Dr. Ronald Turner. Instead, these germs are mainly spread through airborne droplets released when infected people cough and sneeze.

Using hand sanitizer won't necessarily kill 99.99 per cent of germs on your hands despite the claims made by many such products.

Popular Name brands like Purell contain alcohol, while Soapopular contains no alcohol but rather an immune suppressing and carcinogenic agent called benzalkonium chloride.

An organic, non-toxic hand sanitizer is made by blending vodka, water, vegetable glycerin and essential oils, creating a safe, salve that's easy on the wallet as well as the environment.

Vaccines are never an option and will always be toxic to your short and long-term immunity. Boost your immunity with daily consumption of raw garlic, ginger, chili peppers, honey and lemon and the many sources of natural protection available to you.

Sources:
cbsnews.com
reuters.com
wikipedia.org
yahoo.net

Dave Mihalovic is a Naturopathic Doctor who specializes in vaccine research, cancer prevention and a natural approach to treatment.


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