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White Crane Feather

The worst ever Ebola outbreak

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I find it strange that there is not much coverage on this out break. Ebola is a scary scary disease and if it ever becomes air born the world is in a heap of trouble.

http://www.cidrap.umn.edu/news-perspective/2014/07/west-africa-ebola-outbreak-nears-900-cases

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i find Ebola to be very fascinating.

Small pox and plague aswell.

Thanks for posting.

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1st it is happening in Africa. Which is the far side of the moon to most Americans.

2nd it is happening to Africans.

3rd Canadian Scientists proved it can be air-born.

4th And if that does not loosen your bowels with incomprehensible terror, nothing in this world should frighten you.

http://www.examiner.com/article/ebola-virus-now-airborne

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1st it is happening in Africa. Which is the far side of the moon to most Americans.

2nd it is happening to Africans.

3rd Canadian Scientists proved it can be air-born.

4th And if that does not loosen your bowels with incomprehensible terror, nothing in this world should frighten you.

http://www.examiner....us-now-airborne

Putting the fear out there is not good as there would be nothing we could do about it.

from your link

``Researchers believe that this limited airborne transmission might be contributing to the spread of Ebola in some parts of Africa.``

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