Wed Nov 22, 2006 4:13pm Dozens of dead birds in a flood ravaged village in Somalia have raised fears of an avian flu outbreak in a country with limited health facilities, officials said on Wednesday. "We don't have the capacity to test the birds here for bird flu or other diseases. Floods are already ravaging villages here and the last thing we want is an epidemic,"Dead birds raise avian flu fears in Somalia
Wed Dec 13, 7:47 PM Officials scrambled on Wednesday to determine what has caused the deaths of thousands of mallard ducks in south-central Idaho near the Utah border. Wildlife officials are calling the massive die-off alarming, with the number of dead mallards rising from 1,000 on Tuesday to more than 2,000 by Wednesday afternoon. "We've never seen anything like this -- ever," Parrish said.Thousands of ducks mysteriously dying in Idaho
As you can see, thousands of birds can die in a few days. Birds never appreciated our borders. Nothing is preventing us from doing the same. We have plenty of black plague history to back it up. This is no fairytale.
As the cure for viruses are well-suppressed globally we have no reason to deny this is another state of the art engineering project. The different mutation stages of the Aids virus have already shown the first generation of that plague spawned all over the world. People infected in the "normal" way would carry a second or third generation. They don't - period - case closed.