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Scientists in Iceland claim they have found FORTY mutations of the coronavirus
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RE: Scientists in Iceland claim they have found FORTY mutations of the coronavirus
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-25-2020 03:38 AM)
SkeptiSchism  Wrote: (03-24-2020 08:00 PM)
That must be why it's not so lethal, it spends all it's time mutating.

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Lethal?

The common flu kills 140 people per million people.

In China the Coronavirus killed 2 people per million people, and it's the same in the U.S., 2 people per million people.

Where it's killing the most people, Italy, the Coronavirus hasn't hit the common flu rate yet. It's killing 113 people per million people.

Countries should set a standard for what's called a deadly virus, because 2 people per million people is anything but a deadly virus.

Link to number: https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/

Your calculation has an error.
You assume 113 per million because Italy has around 60 million people.
If the virus were finished this would be correct.
Unlike the final tally for the flu we have not yet reached the end of the spread.
The fatality curve of Italy is still climbing.
On March 16th the total was around 50 per million.
If the curve does not change in 10 days it will be around 225-230 per million.
Once the curve flattens off the numbers will increase by only 25% per 10 days.
Assuming the virus can be stopped by fall we are only looking at a final tally of around 40,000 deaths per million in Italy.
If it is not stopped and allowed to spread and continue mutating in Fall it could be nothing or wipe out 250,000 per million.
If it starts resembling the Spanish flu it can change the demographic it kills and start working on the 20 somethings.
It wants to survive and multiply, and when the old and sick are thinned for it to survive it will need to work more on the young.
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RE: Scientists in Iceland claim they have found FORTY mutations of the coronavirus
Wouldn't be surprised if they've been spraying the virus in the chemtrails all around the world.
People are so used to seeing the "geoengineering" for "climate change" that it wouldn't be difficult to have a few planes spraying viruses over "select areas" either.
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RE: Scientists in Iceland claim they have found FORTY mutations of the coronavirus
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-25-2020 09:01 AM)
It wants to survive and multiply, and when the old and sick are thinned for it to survive it will need to work more on the young.
Just stop..



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RE: Scientists in Iceland claim they have found FORTY mutations of the coronavirus
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-25-2020 09:02 AM)
Wouldn't be surprised if they've been spraying the virus in the chemtrails all around the world.
People are so used to seeing the "geoengineering" for "climate change" that it wouldn't be difficult to have a few planes spraying viruses over "select areas" either.

correct..

Some pig farmers in China have had spotted Drones spraying stuff on their piggeries..
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RE: Scientists in Iceland claim they have found FORTY mutations of the coronavirus
Each type of mutation may have different affect on people contracting it. Its possible sone maybe more deadly than others.

Always a clean chop.
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RE: Scientists in Iceland claim they have found FORTY mutations of the coronavirus
Lopinator  Wrote: (03-25-2020 02:28 PM)
Each type of mutation may have different effect on people contracting it. Its possible sone maybe more deadly than others.

True. The virus currently infects
ACE2 receptors on cells
CD147 cells
GRP78 cells

ACE2 receptors are located in the lungs, the heart, the kidneys and the testicle cells. If the virus attenuates for the ACE2 receptor, and develops an affinity for CD147 cells or GRP78 cells, we won't know how this will affect people.

Luckily most virulent viruses attenuate over time.

We have almost 4,000 infections in Westchester County since Mar2, and no deaths so far.
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RE: Scientists in Iceland claim they have found FORTY mutations of the coronavirus
oh of course.


Also, it lives for 1000 years, can leap over tall buildings, is more powerful than a central bank, and moves faster than a meth head.
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RE: Scientists in Iceland claim they have found FORTY mutations of the coronavirus
about a week ago the count was at 35 so that is good that it hasn't gone up more than that

These are not huge mutations...very slight.

The molecule for covid 19 is 30,000 neutrinos long

these mutations are changes in 4 or 5 of those neutrinos

a treatment designed for the "mother" virus should also take care of all the changes

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RE: Scientists in Iceland claim they have found FORTY mutations of the coronavirus
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-25-2020 04:35 PM)
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Each type of mutation may have different effect on people contracting it. Its possible sone maybe more deadly than others.

True. The virus currently infects
ACE2 receptors on cells
CD147 cells
GRP78 cells

ACE2 receptors are located in the lungs, the heart, the kidneys and the testicle cells. If the virus attenuates for the ACE2 receptor, and develops an affinity for CD147 cells or GRP78 cells, we won't know how this will affect people.

Luckily most virulent viruses attenuate over time.

We have almost 4,000 infections in Westchester County since Mar2, and no deaths so far.
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RE: Scientists in Iceland claim they have found FORTY mutations of the coronavirus
Big deal that's nothing, I got at least a hundred mutations of molds and fungus in my bathroom. Between the shower and he toilet it's like a living petri dish in there.
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RE: Scientists in Iceland claim they have found FORTY mutations of the coronavirus
Lopinator  Wrote: (03-24-2020 05:44 PM)
Scientists in Iceland claim they have found 40 mutations of the coronavirus, which has left the world gripped in fear.

The mutations were discovered by analysing swabs of COVID-19 patients in Iceland, where almost 600 cases have been reported so far.

Using genetic sequencing, the researchers identified how many mutations the virus had accumulated.

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/coronavir...spartandhp

this post broke my bullshit meter, crap gotta get it fixed again.. sigh


iceland couldn't find its way outta of a wet paper bag to save its own life, ffs
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RE: Scientists in Iceland claim they have found FORTY mutations of the coronavirus
For those with short memories

aids researchers killed in plane crash

Irving Sigal, a molecular biologist who helped develop the drugs used to treat HIV, died in the explosion of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, in 1988. Ten years later, prominent researchers Jonathan Mann and Mary Lou Clements-Mann died in the crash of Swissair Flight 111 off the coast of Nova Scotia.

Several members of the international HIV and AIDS research community were killed when a Malaysia Airlines plane was shot down over eastern Ukraine.
Reports have said that up to 100 of the passengers may have been en route to the 2014 International Aids Conference in Melbourne, Australia.

https://www.businessinsider.com/hiv-rese...?r=US&IR=T


One got on the plane shouting happily WE FOUND THE CURE Anon

There are fears the cure for Aids could have been lost with 100 of the “best and brightest” scientists and researchers on board Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.

Joep Lange, a world-renowned researcher and former president of the International Aids Society, was with the group heading to the global Aids 2014 conference in Melbourne, Australia.

The exact number of scientists he was travelling with has not been confirmed but delegates in Sydney were told that emails indicted around 100 attendees were on the ill-fated plane.

Nine British passengers, including a student, former BBC journalist and two Newcastle United fans, were among the 298 people killed when the Boeing 777-200 was reportedly shot down as it passed over the war-torn country

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world...13821.html


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RE: Scientists in Iceland claim they have found FORTY mutations of the coronavirus
cannawizard  Wrote: (03-26-2020 04:48 AM)
Lopinator  Wrote: (03-24-2020 05:44 PM)
Scientists in Iceland claim they have found 40 mutations of the coronavirus, which has left the world gripped in fear.

The mutations were discovered by analysing swabs of COVID-19 patients in Iceland, where almost 600 cases have been reported so far.

Using genetic sequencing, the researchers identified how many mutations the virus had accumulated.

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/coronavir...spartandhp

this post broke my bullshit meter, crap gotta get it fixed again.. sigh


iceland couldn't find its way outta of a wet paper bag to save its own life, ffs


Unlike Americans; who are simply left holding the bag.


Iceland Recovering Fastest in Europe After Jailing Bankers Instead of Bailing them Out

by Anti-Media News Desk, June 11, 2015


After Iceland suffered a heavy hit in the 2008-2009 financial crisis, which famously resulted in convictions and jail terms for a number of top banking executives, the IMF now says the country has managed to achieve economic recovery—“without compromising its welfare model,” which includes universal healthcare and education. In fact, Iceland is on track to become the first European country that suffered in the financial meltdown to “surpass its pre-crisis peak of economic output”—essentially proving to the U.S. that bailing out “too big to fail” banks wasn’t the way to go... https://theantimedia.com/iceland-recover...g-bankers/


Iceland Just Jailed Dozens of Corrupt Bankers for 74 Years, the Opposite of What America Does

by Jay Syrmopoulos, October 22, 2015

In stark contrast to the record low number of prosecutions of CEOs and high-level financial executives in the U.S., Iceland has just sentenced 26 bankers to a combined 74 years in prison.

The majority of those convicted have been sentenced to prison terms of two to five years. The maximum penalty in Iceland for financial crimes is six years, although hearings are currently underway to consider extending the maximum beyond six years.

The prosecutions are the result of Iceland’s banksters manipulating the Icelandic financial markets after Iceland deregulated its finance sector in 2001. Eventually, an accumulation of foreign debt resulted in a meltdown of the entire banking sector in 2008... https://www.alternet.org/2015/10/iceland...rica-does/



Impressive debut, btw.


I see interesting times ahead for you...

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RE: Scientists in Iceland claim they have found FORTY mutations of the coronavirus
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-24-2020 05:49 PM)
"The Icelandic scientists were able to trace the coronavirus back to three European countries – Austria, Italy – the epicentre of the outbreak – and England."

From the link pay attention people. Its a bioweapon.

100s of CEO's retired in the months before CV hit. Congress members sold loads of stock early in the pandemic because they attended a white house briefing to the ideadly virus. Somebody knew in advance so the bioweapon claim appears to be highly likely.
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RE: Scientists in Iceland claim they have found FORTY mutations of the coronavirus
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-24-2020 06:50 PM)
If it changes will it become more deadly.

yep the second wave is always more deadly by the third wave things start to settle
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