Skip to comments.H1N1 linked to Peru Meteor Strike? (tin foil hat or not?)
Posted on 09/16/2009 6:26:24 AM PDT by Erik Latranyi
I have information that supports my hypothesis that many of our human illnesses may have their origins in space. Case in point is the meteor and crater discovered in Peru.
Many of the local people came down with a mysterious illness following exposure to the space debris and or crater. The W.H.O. investigated the incident after learning of a strange illness (w/out ANY protection LOL) . It is possible they have not identified the nature of the illness nor has there been any mention of it in medical journals but I suspect that if it is H1N1 they are keeping it very quiet.
There is a possibility that the organism used human vectors which then traveled north into Mexico. It is possible that this is the origin of the N1H1 flu strain that sparked the global pandemic earlier this year and must be ruled out.
I am calling for an investigation.
BTW You may want to pass this along because I suspect that once this gets out the clip will mysteriously vanish. ALSO would like to warn everyone to follow good hygiene while in public as there could be a nasty strain coming back with fury this fall season in N. America
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I came up with this forum post. While it is weak and without substantiation, I still think the theory has merit.
Freepers, what do you think?
“Pigs in space”
Pigs in Space
I'm gonna go with ...
Mr.President,I demand an independent investigation-Charlie
I think H1N1 is more likely the result of a lab experiment gone awry, and live virus hybrid vaccine released from lab. This occurred in Austria last year. Here is one story, you can find more:
Emergence in Mexico raises a number of questions about how- it is hard to not think a deliberate seeding was made
hold my place while I pop some popcorn.
Unless DNA & RNA originally came from space and the “space flu” came from the same genetic source, it is extremely unlikely that an extraterrestrial virus would be genetically similar enough to us to have any effect. I think carnivorous little green men eating humans would be more likely than the “space flu”.
I'm not a doctor or even a research scientist. I'm a electrician...LOL
But flu is a virus which is living thing that requires certain tenperatures to survive. It is not and never was or will be a spore.
Re-entry heat is damn hot, outer space is damn cold and would have killed it long before it got to the temperate climates of earth. Not to mention radiation.
Just my thoughts.....
What, no Andromeda Strain references yet? You’re slacking, Freepers.
TY...since I don’t know how to post pictures
You might want to look around, as it is already here. The H1N1 virus is not running the same schedule as regular flu.
I have had this stuff before. In fact, after I had it back in the 70s, I never got the flu again after that.
Maybe a rose colored lining here for at least some people.
I stayed at a Holiday Inn express once.
Chandrashekar and Hoyle had postulated this years ago. I saw some plots Chandra made with meteor shower dates and influenza eruption peaks and while the correlation didn’t imply a direct cause and effect, it was pretty compelling.
I think the lame-o Benjamin Bratt re-make kind of poisoned that particular well.
I was actually going to refer to a short story I read once. It involved time travelers who go to specific points in time to watch disasters unfold for there amusement. These particular time travelers show up on earth right before a meteor strikes and infects the whole planet with some deadly virus. I wish I could remember the name of the story. It was pretty good.
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