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Friday, July 26, 2013

Biological Flash Crash

Yersinia Pestis

In March, 2013, the CDC made statements about the seriousness of antibiotic resistant bacterias. Some are untreatable and have high mortality rates.

There's no political will to address such little things.

The BBC reports today that a squirrel found in the Angeles National Forest in California has been found to be infected with the bubonic plague. The plague - caused by the bacteria Yersinia Pestis - is always deadly, unless treated by antibiotics......

Yersinia Pestis can mutate, too....

Bugs in the programs.


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