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RE: The Chinese/Asian coronavirus thread
(((They))) have already run drills on this.

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RE: The Chinese/Asian coronavirus thread
This thing has an incubation of five days when there are no symptoms. 9-14 days before a person will present to a medical establishment. All that time spreading the virus which has a high 'r0' value of at least 2.5. That means it is very contagious.









No idea if these videos allegedly showing collapsed people being carried off by medics in bio suits in Wuhan are genuine.



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So, I booted up Plague Inc. after seeing people talk about it. I'd already played it before, but they added some new stuff since then.

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Alright, this has the potential to be the real thing. Odds are it's not, but I'm not taking any chances. I'm going out tomorrow to buy three months of canned food and I'll fill my bathtub with water.
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I'm in Shenzhen right now. It is not so bad.
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(01-26-2020 10:48 AM)Horus Wrote:  Alright, this has the potential to be the real thing. Odds are it's not, but I'm not taking any chances. I'm going out tomorrow to buy three months of canned food and I'll fill my bathtub with water.

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(01-26-2020 10:57 AM)STEEL_WARRIOR Wrote:  I'm in Shenzhen right now. It is not so bad.

Shenzen, huh?

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(01-26-2020 11:22 AM)Handsome Creepy Eel Wrote:  
(01-26-2020 10:48 AM)Horus Wrote:  Alright, this has the potential to be the real thing. Odds are it's not, but I'm not taking any chances. I'm going out tomorrow to buy three months of canned food and I'll fill my bathtub with water.

Don't forget to clean it first #lifehacks #smartliving #modernsurvivaltips

No need: introducing the waterBOB.

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The best would be to have big infections in major airports in the entire world this would slow down the globohomo project.
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I don't believe in any of those super-pandemic viruses that the WHO and Bill Gates have been predicting for decades now. Jon Rappaport always went into deep reporting and research of all the last cases of SARS, Zika virus etc. Then later it turned out that 50% of the women didn't have Zika and 100% of the women were affected by pesticides, but we cannot blame that. The SARS crap also was blown out of proportion. Today they are admitting to a 1% mortality among the severely sick cases. Big deal - people die of pneumonia all the time - the old and the weak always do, pandemic or not. It would not surprise me if it turns out that 80% of all the diseased did not even have that partricular flu strain. And frankly it likely is just another flu strain and nothing else. You will see this blow over like the Swine Flu, SARS, mad cow disease (which was caused by the way by a strong chemical used in animal agriculture - 100% of affected cows were treated by that and they silently withdrew it but still blamed some virus or bacteria etc.)

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbtDQ73mscg upcoming show with Jon Rappaport on the issue

Never ever believe in the virus or bacteria explanation. We humans have all the diseases in the world in potential in us. The Black Plague resurfaced in some areas in California due to similar hygienic conditions among the homeless and the streets. But that doesn't mean that the plague will be coming back because the standards of hygiene and nutrition, clean water are way too high. The same goes for China - I would not be surprised if a large portion of the people were affected by some kind of food poisoning there - producers are often cutting corners and the side-effects sometimes are similar to a strong flu.

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NEW VIRUS IN CHINA. WATCH OUT. SPREADING. ANIMALS TO HUMANS? PANDEMIC COMING UP? OBEY MEDICAL AUTHORITIES. ALL HANDS ON DECK. CENTERED IN WUHAN. CITY OF 11 MILLION. WILL THEY QUARANTINE AND SHUT DOWN HONG KONG? TRAVELERS WITH THE VIRUS GETTING THROUGH TO EUROPE AND AMERICA? WHAT'S THE NAME OF THE VIRUS? 2019-nCOV or nCoV2019. WHAT? THANK GOD THE CHINESE ARE UNDER A TIGHT DICTATORSHIP, THEY CAN CRACK DOWN AND QUARANTINE ANYBODY ON A WHIM. IF YOUR BODY TEMPERATURE IS ELEVATED ON A TEST, THEY STOP YOU? WOW. WE MAY NEED THAT IN THE USA, AS LONG AS THEY DON'T STOP ME. IMPEACHMENT? FORGET THAT, IT'S THE VIRUS.

In the 19 years of this website, the one story I've researched and covered more than any other is the DEADLY VIRUS hustle. SARS, Swine Flu, Ebola, etc.

Now, we have a new one. The possible maybe CORONAVIRUS from China.

In each case of these could-be killers, we have an official warning. "This could be the big one." Millions of people could fall ill and die. In each case, there are travelers. "People returning from X have the virus and they are spreading it." In the case of SARS and Swine Flu, the patients' symptoms were typical "flu" symptoms: fever, fatigue, cough, weakness. In other words, there was no reason to think the "new disease" was any different from ordinary traditional illness.

The big and only difference is the claim that researchers have found a new virus as the cause of illness.

But in each case, there are serious problems with that claim.

First, only "official researchers" are involved with the "discovery" of the new virus. There is no confirmation from independent researchers. For example, in the case of SARS (2003), ten labs belonging to the World Health Organization (WHO) performed the "discovery" of that coronavirus. They were connected through closed circuit---no outsiders allowed.

Eventually, a Canadian biologist working for WHO, Frank Plummer, told the press he was quite puzzled by what he was seeing: more and more SARS patients didn't have the SARS virus at all. In fact, almost no new SARS patients had the virus. Well, when you stop and think about that ridiculous state of affairs, you realize you can't say a person, with ordinary flu-like symptoms, is suffering from a new disease if he doesn't have the cause of that disease. But the mainstream press took no notice of this and moved on.

In the case of the Swine Flu "epidemic" (2009), the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) was reporting thousands of cases in America---but CBS star reporter Sharyl Attkisson found out that the CDC had, mysteriously, stopped counting cases. How could this be? She came up with the devastating answer. The overwhelming percentage of blood tests on Swine Flu patients were coming back from labs with no sign of the Swine Flu virus or any other flu virus. That story ran on the CBS News site, but as Attkisson told me in an interview, the bosses at CBS wouldn't allow it on the national television news broadcast. Censored. And that was the end of the CBS exposure of the Swine Flu hoax. Yet, as I reported: about three weeks after CBS shut down the story, WebMD ran a piece in which the CDC estimated there were 22 MILLION cases of Swine Flu in the US. If your head is spinning, it should be.

The second major problem with the announcement of a "new disease" or an epidemic is the absence of research on what we could call the "infection factor." Let me explain. To even begin to say a particular germ is causing a particular disease, you have to prove the germ is present in a patient's body IN GREAT NUMBERS. A few little viral particles floating around here and there are irrelevant. You need millions. So if an ignorant doctor or a researcher states, "Well, this patient has the coronavirus so he has the disease," he's falling far short of proving anything useful. Where are the tests proving the patient has millions of the virus in his body? Nowhere.

The third major problem with the announcement of a "new disease" or an epidemic is the "test factor." What test is being run on a patient to prove he has the "new virus" in his body? Most of the time, it is an antibody test. Stay with me here, this is important. Prior to 1984, it was generally recognized that a positive antibody test was a good outcome. In short, it indicated that the patient's immune system had come in contact with a germ and successfully defeated it. But then, for several reasons, this science was turned on its head. A positive antibody test, from that time on, was evidence that the patient currently had the disease in question. Boom. Now, disease numbers could easily be inflated. And they were. And they are.

Automatically assuming that the announcement of a possible epidemic is accurate---well, it's a major mistake, to say the least.

The CDC and WHO are operated by virus hunters. Running a new virus up the flagpole is their stock in trade. They rush to an area where an "outbreak" has been announced, and they roll up their sleeves and look for the virus. They pay no attention to environmental factors, such as contaminated water supplies or toxic chemicals or malnutrition or lack of basic sanitation.

Epidemics are good for business. Pharmaceutical business, inducing fear business, shutting down travel business, diverting the public from key events business, surveillance and quarantine business, and so on.

I'm sure, at some point, there will be THANK YOU, CHINA, BUSINESS, too. Thank you, China, for your rule by iron fist over the population. Your ability to stop anyone for any reason and test for "the virus" may have saved the planet from an extinction event. Freedom? Forget it. Public safety is the ace in the deck. It wins every time. Hell, we may need a good epidemic in the US, so we can exert more control over the unruly citizenry. The doctor is king. Do what he says. Always. How many vaccines are there now? Take all of them. Everyone must.

Nineteen years ago, when I started this website, I told you that, of all the cartels in this world, the most important and powerful one, long-term, was the medical cartel. Nothing since that time has changed my mind.
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I'm going to splurge on three months worth of canned food which doesn't require cooking. I'm currently rendering beef fat to make tallow. Tallow is shelf stable indefinitely. A few batches of this and it would be more than enough to cover calories for a few months. Then I'm thinking a hundred cans of corned beef, and a hundred cans of beans. I will also buy some large bags of rice.

Yes I know I'm the weird guy with a tinfoil hat. I lived in Asia during SARS and I know this is something different.
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It's a good plan. Prepping quickly has never been easier. Those little camping stoves with the disposable gas cans for example are cheap and reliable in the short term, and if you use appropriately sized cookware they're actually pretty efficient too. Don't want to get caught with 100 kilos of rice of the power goes out for some reason and you only have an electric stove.

Personally I think the most overlooked prep is generally entertainment. It's hard to imagine having to undertake a form of solitary confinement for what may be months at a time. It would take a real toll on most people. A decent quantity of books would be a real blessing in a situation like that.

Probably about time to bump the old survivalist threads.

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(01-26-2020 07:08 AM)rotekz Wrote:  Can anyone verify this as genuine or fakery?


There are a bunch of these sorts of videos, different people saying similar things (90K+ infected, bodies piling up in hallways, etc). I am fairly sure most of them are real.

I've only seen one source that says it's undergone a secondary mutation, so I'd wait for more info on that.

Unfortunately, the CCP could shut off the internet if they think things have gotten out of control.
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(01-26-2020 12:01 PM)Horus Wrote:  I'm going to splurge on three months worth of canned food which doesn't require cooking. I'm currently rendering beef fat to make tallow.

I wonder if some guy in China is saying "I know it sounds crazy, but I'm stocking up on three months of mice and tomatoes. A few weeks worth of bats, too!"

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(01-25-2020 07:52 PM)infowarrior1 Wrote:  
(01-25-2020 01:12 PM)Kona Wrote:  
(01-24-2020 09:53 PM)infowarrior1 Wrote:  Coincidence?
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I dont get it.

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Take the words off the sign "Bao hu san" and put them into google translate ....

https://translate.google.com/#view=home&...20hu%20san

This has to be some kind of joke.

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I would take what Chris Martenson has to say with a grain of salt. I thought I recognized his name when I first saw this video yesterday. A little research and I was reminded of him being one of the prominent "peak oil" guys from the 'oughts (prior to the fracking revolution and other recent conventional oil discoveries). He was wrong about peak oil and could very well be wrong about this.

The thing about predictions is that they are testable. Fail the test too many times and you loose credibility.
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(01-25-2020 10:56 PM)Dr. Howard Wrote:  Looks like they've got a suspected case in Israel now.


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(01-26-2020 06:09 PM)Rigsby Wrote:  
(01-25-2020 10:56 PM)Dr. Howard Wrote:  Looks like they've got a suspected case in Israel now.


It's like anuddah shoah!

The year is 2060, students in schools around the world take a moment to remember the 30 billion Jews that died in Israel during the 2020 coronavirus holocaust.

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(01-26-2020 03:20 PM)Abelard Lindsey Wrote:  I would take what Chris Martenson has to say with a grain of salt. I thought I recognized his name when I first saw this video yesterday. A little research and I was reminded of him being one of the prominent "peak oil" guys from the 'oughts (prior to the fracking revolution and other recent conventional oil discoveries). He was wrong about peak oil and could very well be wrong about this.

The thing about predictions is that they are testable. Fail the test too many times and you loose credibility.


His "peak oil" theories are scaremongering and not to be taken seriously.

His "peak gutter oil" theories, however?

Pretty soon, now we're talking some real social upheaval!
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(01-26-2020 01:56 PM)Kona Wrote:  
(01-26-2020 12:01 PM)Horus Wrote:  I'm going to splurge on three months worth of canned food which doesn't require cooking. I'm currently rendering beef fat to make tallow.

I wonder if some guy in China is saying "I know it sounds crazy, but I'm stocking up on three months of mice and tomatoes. A few weeks worth of bats, too!"

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The tomatoes are a nice touch.

As is the (almost extinct) Rhino piss he dunks it in to humanely drown it before savouring every last mo(use)rsel.

You might disagree with it on cultural grounds, but no one can ever say the Chinese don't have class!

Washed down with a fine Chianti of tortured monkey urine (the adrenaline gives it a bit of a 'kick').


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on Jan 31 I'm going to come back in and update this thread on the 1 month progress in Wuhan to give us an all an concrete idea of spread and collapse rates. The oldest article I could find was from dec 31 that said 27 people were sick in Wuhan and had all fallen ill some time in December.

Its Jan 26 today, they are at 1000+ official cases, the city is in quarantine (and so is the whole province), the hospitals are overwhelmed/ineffective and Americans are being air lifted out. Use this as a guideline for the city you are in based on what the official count numbers are at, and where things will be at 30 days from that date.

I'm keeping my eye on Toronto and Chicago specifically. Toronto had a symptomatic passenger arrive via plane, so we'll see how that spreads. Chicago had a non symptomatic old lady arrive something like 3 weeks pre symptoms.

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What are some good info sources? Best I can see so far is the arcgis dashboard. It’s not updated regularly though:

https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps/...7b48e9ecf6

Any others?
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