Still the most insane Cover Art out there
Still the most insane Cover Art out there…  
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Still the most insane Cover Art out there…
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Ebola for Beginners: How it Works, Why There’s No Cure, and Why It’s So Hard to Control This Time
Good Info.. and yes – we all should be concerned…. Originally shared by +Science on Google+ Ebola for Beginners: How it Works, Why There’s No Cure, and Why It’s So Hard to Control This Time By Maren Hunsberger, reposted with permission (originally published at http://goo.gl/ZVwoBU) The internet is awash with news that one of the world’s foremost Ebola-fighting physicians, Sheikh Umar Khan, has himself been infected with the disease (http://goo.gl/i5T6yj), along with two American aid workers (http://goo.gl/VuQJA9). History’s deadliest outbreak of Ebola is currently sweeping across Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia, having claimed more than 600 lives already. With a mortality rate of anywhere between 40% and 90% (this epidemic's is around 65%), what is it that makes Ebola one of the most lethal diseases in the pantheon of pathogens? Why is there no cure or vaccine? And why is so difficult to control? The Basics: Ebola’s full name is Ebola haemorrhagic fever, a rather gruesome title (the details of which we’ll address shortly). It’s caused by the Ebola virus (no surprises there), which is a member of the Filoviridae family. For context, viruses can be 50-100 times smaller than bacteria, and come in a variety of shapes. Ebola virus, […]
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Good Info
and yes – we all should be concerned…. Reshared post from +Science on Google+ Ebola for Beginners: How it Works, Why There’s No Cure, and Why It’s So Hard to Control This Time By Maren Hunsberger, reposted with permission (originally published at http://goo.gl/ZVwoBU) The internet is awash with news that one of the world’s foremost Ebola-fighting physicians, Sheikh Umar Khan, has himself been infected with the disease (http://goo.gl/i5T6yj), along with two American aid workers (http://goo.gl/VuQJA9). History’s deadliest outbreak of Ebola is currently sweeping across Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia, having claimed more than 600 lives already. With a mortality rate of anywhere between 40% and 90% (this epidemic's is around 65%), what is it that makes Ebola one of the most lethal diseases in the pantheon of pathogens? Why is there no cure or vaccine? And why is so difficult to control? The Basics: Ebola’s full name is Ebola haemorrhagic fever, a rather gruesome title (the details of which we’ll address shortly). It’s caused by the Ebola virus (no surprises there), which is a member of the Filoviridae family. For context, viruses can be 50-100 times smaller than bacteria, and come in a variety of shapes. Ebola virus, along with […]
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Nice Sunset again tonight
Nice Sunset again tonight….  
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Nice Sunset again tonight….
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