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quick question, why did Sars and Mers just disappear?
03-24-2020, 05:03 AM
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quick question, why did Sars and Mers just disappear?
It seemed like the cases went up and then suddenly it was never seen again

is there a magical kill switch?

and if many are asymptomatic, why would it just disappear?

Things to think about.

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03-24-2020, 05:12 AM
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RE: quick question, why did Sars and Mers just disappear?
WHY DID SARS just disappear like PUFF THE MAGIC DRAGON?

if it got introduced shouldn't it stay in the population?

They say 33%+ are asymptomatic for SARS2, that means it should be spreading as many who have it will not be tested.
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03-24-2020, 05:29 AM
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RE: quick question, why did Sars and Mers just disappear?
Quote:Almost 20 years ago, a virus appeared in wildlife markets in southern China, and it was unlike any the world had seen. It was winter 2003, and sufferers complained of fever, chills, headache, and dry coughs—all symptoms you might expect during cold and flu season.

But this condition would progress into a lethal form of pneumonia, one that left honeycomb-shaped holes in people’s lungs and generated severe respiratory failure in a quarter of patients. While most infections only spread to three additional people, some of the afflicted became “superspreaders”—patients who unwittingly transmitted the disease to dozens at a time. By the time the epidemic of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) ended seven months later, more than 8,000 cases and 800 deaths stretched across 32 countries.

so why did this just disappear?

Shouldn't it pop up once in awhile..

does it have a kill switch?
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03-24-2020, 05:31 AM
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RE: quick question, why did Sars and Mers just disappear?
Quote:Severe acute respiratory syndrome: a vanished evil?
Wei-Jie Guan,1,* Xue-Yan Zheng,2,* Guang-Qiao Zeng,corresponding author1 and Nan-Shan Zhong1
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The year 2013, the 10th anniversary of epidemics of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), an evil that has swept the world leading to significant death tools and rendered global alert, heralds an emerging era of prevention and treatment against viral communicable diseases. SARS has, unlike avian or swan influenza (1), vanished from the public perspective with exception of scattered cases reported in 2004 (2).

how do these things just disappear?

even the bubonic plague did not disappear.
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03-24-2020, 05:36 AM
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RE: quick question, why did Sars and Mers just disappear?
SARS DID COME BACK, THROUGH LAB LEAKAGES

Quote:Since 2004, SARS research has fallen-off dramatically, as evidenced by a search on PubMed. However, the question that is periodically asked is: Where has SARS gone? The short answer is that public health measures were effective. Although SARS caused a reported 774 deaths worldwide between November 2002 and July 2003, case detection, isolation, quarantine, along with contact tracing, broke the chain of transmission.

From another perspective, of course, SARS hasn’t gone since specimens still exist in research facilities. Potential security lapses keep alive the specter of the pathogen’s reemergence. After the WHO’s announcement that SARS had been contained, a number of outbreaks were linked to biosecurity breaches at research institutions in Asia. In September 2003, a researcher at the National University of Singapore contracted SARS through contaminated specimens. In December 2003, a researcher in Taiwan got infected through contaminated waste material. Poor security at the National Institute of Virology in Beijing led to a cluster of SARS infections in China in 2004. In a much publicized breach in 2014, the Institut Pasteur in Paris announced the disappearance of more than 2,000 vials containing fragments of the SARS virus.
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03-24-2020, 06:47 AM (This post was last modified: 03-24-2020 06:47 AM by pilgrim.)
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RE: quick question, why did Sars and Mers just disappear?
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Isn't Corona virus a SARs also? Another mutation of it?

These things seem to clear up when China closes their wildlife markets. Hopefully they leave them closed this time and don't re-open them.
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03-24-2020, 08:54 AM
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RE: quick question, why did Sars and Mers just disappear?
(03-24-2020 06:47 AM)pilgrim Wrote:  .
Isn't Corona virus a SARs also? Another mutation of it?

These things seem to clear up when China closes their wildlife markets. Hopefully they leave them closed this time and don't re-open them.

Pilgrim, apparently 'Covid-19' (as the cool kids call it) had a 'gain of function' which is unlikely to have happened in nature (although it could have happened 'naturally' in a bioweapons lab).
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03-24-2020, 09:12 AM (This post was last modified: 03-24-2020 09:15 AM by pilgrim.)
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RE: quick question, why did Sars and Mers just disappear?
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I don't think that statement is accurate, Chaos. There is a lot of research that suggests it's wildlife origins.

The virus originated in bats and then jumped to humans, perhaps through other animals

Soon after the Chinese government acknowledged there was an outbreak of a mysterious new virus in late December in Wuhan, scientists raced to sequence its genome. By mid-January, they had it and shared it with the World Health Organization.

Soon after that, scientists saw that the virus closely resembled viruses that circulate in bats. “If you look at the genetic sequence of the virus, it’s closely related to a bat virus, about 96 percent the same,” Jim LeDuc, head of the Galveston National Laboratory, a level 4 biosafety lab in Texas, told Vox. “There’s been talk about a pangolin intermediate host; that’s probably not true.”

Chinese officials also reported that several of the first cluster of cases had ties to a live animal market where both seafood and other wildlife were sold as food. (The market has since been closed.) The market soon became the leading hypothesis for how the virus made the leap into humans, where it’s been able to spread efficiently ever since.
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03-24-2020, 09:33 AM
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RE: quick question, why did Sars and Mers just disappear?
zoonotic transference is very very rare.

Keep in mind they also tried to blame the Spanish flu on the Chinese back in the day

Yellow Peril Syndrome, like Trump Derangement syndrome is very very real.
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03-24-2020, 09:44 AM (This post was last modified: 03-24-2020 09:45 AM by Chaos Reigns.)
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RE: quick question, why did Sars and Mers just disappear?
(03-24-2020 09:12 AM)pilgrim Wrote:  .
I don't think that statement is accurate, Chaos. There is a lot of research that suggests it's wildlife origins.

The virus originated in bats and then jumped to humans, perhaps through other animals

Soon after the Chinese government acknowledged there was an outbreak of a mysterious new virus in late December in Wuhan, scientists raced to sequence its genome. By mid-January, they had it and shared it with the World Health Organization.

Soon after that, scientists saw that the virus closely resembled viruses that circulate in bats. “If you look at the genetic sequence of the virus, it’s closely related to a bat virus, about 96 percent the same,” Jim LeDuc, head of the Galveston National Laboratory, a level 4 biosafety lab in Texas, told Vox. “There’s been talk about a pangolin intermediate host; that’s probably not true.”

Chinese officials also reported that several of the first cluster of cases had ties to a live animal market where both seafood and other wildlife were sold as food. (The market has since been closed.) The market soon became the leading hypothesis for how the virus made the leap into humans, where it’s been able to spread efficiently ever since.

Bioweapons labs use animals to 'engineer' mutated viruses. They line up ferret cages, that share the air, and then inject one with some flu virus. Then they repeat repeat repeat, until it mutates, apparently. Even if it takes years or a decade.

'Natural in origin', right? Because it comes from a ferret? Ferrets apparently have very similar lung (ACE2) cells to humans, which is why they are used as 'lab rats' for influenza-type diseases.
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03-24-2020, 10:07 AM
Post: #11
RE: quick question, why did Sars and Mers just disappear?
stop animal testing now

near 100% chance this escaped form a lab

and SARS has escaped from the lab a few times before

This is not from eating wild animals, even though I don't like those PRACTICES

that's a separate issue.
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03-24-2020, 11:35 AM
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RE: quick question, why did Sars and Mers just disappear?
Cute little ferrets.
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03-24-2020, 12:19 PM
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RE: quick question, why did Sars and Mers just disappear?
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03-24-2020, 12:30 PM
Post: #14
RE: quick question, why did Sars and Mers just disappear?
wildlife trade is despicable, but let's not kid ourselves

if eating dirty or rotten food could cause this, humanity would have been wiped out ages ago.

eating rancid meat was the norm for many cultures

GANGES river is more filthy than any wet market... yet very few COVID cases in INDIA
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03-24-2020, 06:00 PM
Post: #15
RE: quick question, why did Sars and Mers just disappear?
COVID 19 could just as easily dissappear if they wanted it to.

I think however they will milk it for as long as they can.

The virus will only ever be in remission at best, they need to keep virus threat alive because it will justify so many new laws and regulations.


Whenever a city or a country needs to be locked down, expect a sudden outbreak in that region.
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