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    Re: Cooler carrying a stolen blood sample infected with the deadly Ebola virus, stole

    Quote Originally Posted by timslash View Post
    Get Ebola samples, put it into f.e. water supply system... profit.
    Really, it will be very dangerous. There are many people which often says "Hmm, i think, i'm ill. I need to stay at for a while", or people which don't have insurance? They will spread the disaster in a few days!
    Ebola doesn't spread by the water supply. You need a bit more knowledge and a lot less World Nutt Dully articles.

    IF ebola spread the way you think West Africa would have been depopulated by now.

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    Re: Cooler carrying a stolen blood sample infected with the deadly Ebola virus, stole

    Quote Originally Posted by timslash View Post
    Stolen Ebola blood ‘lost for good’

    Well, let's hope that the "gang of robbers" wasn't ISIS volunteers. Really, what people can do with infected blood samples? Gangs will try to create another, better vaccine? I doubt it. But creating biological weapon, sounds more believable.

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    You know it takes expertise to just handle the virus, let alone do something nefarious with it.
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    Re: Cooler carrying a stolen blood sample infected with the deadly Ebola virus, stole

    Quote Originally Posted by timslash View Post
    Get Ebola samples, put it into f.e. water supply system... profit.
    Really, it will be very dangerous. There are many people which often says "Hmm, i think, i'm ill. I need to stay at for a while", or people which don't have insurance? They will spread the disaster in a few days!
    I'm no expert, but I do know something about this virus since I work in the health care profession.

    You can't infect people en mass with the Ebola virus this way with such a small sample. The virus would be too diluted to have the desired contaminate effect. About the only thing someone could do with this sample is either try to infect others by exposing them directly to the blood or try to replicate the virus to make more samples. If the culprits wish to do any such harm, however, they'd need to act fast. Even the stolen blood sample will destabilize within 2-3 weeks without a living host.
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    Re: Cooler carrying a stolen blood sample infected with the deadly Ebola virus, stole

    Quote Originally Posted by notquiteright View Post
    I suppose if you don't understand how Ebola works and what it would take to weaponize it- it could be a bit believable.

    Love to hear how the weapon would work... infect a bunch of escorts right before the two major parties' 2016 conventions?

    That might be more of a blessing than weapon...
    That is funny in a disturbing sort of way.....I liked your post but felt kinda dirty doing it lol.
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    Re: Cooler carrying a stolen blood sample infected with the deadly Ebola virus, stole

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    Yes lets murder people that's a reasonable response.
    Yes, he was serious, your response is reasonable as well
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