Friday, April 24, 2009

New Swine influenza A (H1N1) infects Humans

The findings of these new emerging illnesses and reporting to the public are important. Why are new diseases emerging at a higher rate than usual?

Recombinant DNA laboratories all over the country which are especially concentrated in CA are developing genetically engineered viruses and synthetic genetic technologies without regulations or reporting requirements. Release of these agents no doubt could cause new emerging disease. Maybe the CDC should do an epidemiology study and see where all these new emerging diseases are clustering around. They might be surprised to find them popping up around biotechnology centers.
Let's quit burying our head in the sand about this issue. It is time to convince the public of the dire need for health and safety protections for the public. We need regulations on these BL2 labs that are performing dangerous technologies. This is too dangerous to ignore.
Below is an exerpt from : describing the cases involving the new swine flu.

"On April 17, 2009, CDC determined that two cases of febrile respiratory illness occurring in children who resided in adjacent counties in southern California were caused by infection with a swine influenza A (H1N1) virusThe viruses from the two cases are closely related genetically, resistant to amantadine and rimantadine, and contain a unique combination of gene segments that previously has not been reported among swine or human influenza viruses in the United States or elsewhere. Neither child had contact with pigs; the source of the infection is unknown. Investigations to identify the source of infection and to determine whether additional persons have been ill from infection with similar swine influenza viruses are ongoing. This report briefly describes the two cases and the investigations currently under way. Although this is not a new subtype of influenza A in humans, concern exists that this new strain of swine influenza A (H1N1) is substantially different from human influenza A (H1N1) viruses, that a large proportion of the population might be susceptible to infection, and that the seasonal influenza vaccine H1N1 strain might not provide protection. The lack of known exposure to pigs in the two cases increases the possibility that human-to-human transmission of this new influenza virus has occurred."


  1. There is absolutely nothing to suggest that these cases are related to bioengineering!

    Viruses mutate. This in fact could be the beginnings of a Pandemic, but even a Pandemic is a naturally occurring event. Throughout history there have been Pandemics of Influenza this being before any bioengineering took place.

    There really is enough valid concern here without spreading conspiracy theories.

  2. Of course it was an "anonymous" reply. The first sign of a moron is the use of the words "conspiracy theory" Where did you learn that phrase anyway? From Bush's speech about "outrageous conspiracy theories" probably. That is a trigger term, and you suck for using it zombie.

  3. Baxter Pharm has a lab 50 miles from Mexico City.

  4. The 2009 flu pandemic is a global outbreak of a new strain of an influenza A virus subtype H1N1, referred to as the "novel H1N1" first identified in April 2009, and commonly called "swine flu." It is thought to be a reassortment of four known strains of influenza A virus: one endemic in (normally infecting) humans, one endemic in birds, and two endemic in pigs (swine). Transmission of the new strain is human-to-human, with cooked pork products safe to eat as the virus cannot be transmitted by eating foods.

  5. Thank you Sam for that useful information about the new influenza A virus subtype H1N1 and it containing 4 different virual subtypes.

    What is your fact finding regarding the origin of this new strain, that is, reassortement versus genetically engineered? If it had reassorted then the earlier reassortments containing 2 and then 3 subunits should have been found earlier, don't you think?