“Variola may have been introduced to humans through such a cross-species transfer” “It is closest in DNA sequence to camelpox virus, which causes smallpox-like disease in camels; both viruses are apparently descended from a recent common ancestor.”
Frankly anyone who thinks the WHO, CDC and UK Gov recommendation of 14 days is anything other than a sensible minimum, is a dangerous idiot IMO, particularly given the apparent extremely fast mutation rate being reported ... and ability to jump species
Mutation of Smallpox
"Clinical descriptions indicate that smallpox always had a high case-fatality rate until around the end of the 19th Century, when a more benign form of the disease, with a similar rash but much lower mortality rate, appeared in the Western Hemisphere.
Less lethal types of smallpox were also noted in Africa, where they may have existed for some time . These milder variants are now designated “variola minor,” in contrast to the traditional “variola major.”
The genetic changes responsible for attenuation have not been identified.
Interestingly cowpox was used as a relatively effective ‘vaccine’ against smallpox,
and monkeypox seems to be ‘expanding’ to fill the nasty nitch that smallpox existed in.
Note That although smallpox and monkeypox are often talked about in the same breath, and are often considered closely related, despite monkeypox, camelpox and Cowpox vaccines’ effectiveness against smallpox and each other, the genetics of smallpox and monkeypox have been examined and they are not believed to be actually genetically ‘related’.
… On the other hand Camelpox and Smallpox on more recent examination are believed to be VERY closely related:
“Variola may have been introduced to humans through such a cross-species transfer” (like Coronavirus)
It (smallpox) is closest in DNA sequence to camelpox virus, which causes smallpox-like disease in camels;
***** both viruses are apparently descended from a recent common ancestor.”
"The appearance of variola minor may represent a stage in variola's adaptation to its human host."
Possible sources of fresh smallpox outbreaks
Lots of references say things like smallpox has been ‘entirely eliminated from the world’ when it clearly still exists. ‘Eradicated’ should be qualified as being ‘from the living human poplation. Even whether ‘carriers’ exist is unknown.
* ‘Officially’ (WHO approved) in 2 labs - which means little to weapons programs or nature itself - Accidents and misplacing links already supplied.
* Unofficially it is claimed to be held in other bio-weapons labs: Just two links of many:
* Animal hosts and species jumping of genetically similar Virus like Camelpox.
* thousands of Inuit infected bodies across the melting areas of the melting Northern ice and peat bogs and tar pits around the world.
in the summer of 2016 a large anthrax outbreak struck Siberia.
"A heat wave in the Arctic thawed a thick layer of the permafrost, and a bunch of reindeer carcasses started to warm up. The animals had died of anthrax, and as their bodies thawed, so did the bacteria. Anthrax spores spread across the tundra. Dozens of people were hospitalized, and a 12-year-old boy died.
On the surface, it looked as if zombie anthrax had somehow come back to life after being frozen for 70 years. What pathogen would be next? Smallpox? The 1918 flu?"
The NIP was received on 7/08/2019 I returned it on 8/08/2018 along with GDPR. The prosecution witness statement was signed the 18/01/2020 papers received 24/01/2020 allowing for deemed service of 2 days each way id say there an about 6 months
Shocking pictures reveal ‘disgusting’ conditions inside Hermes depot where workers ‘feel like slaves’. Read more at https://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/topic/419726-shocking-pictures-reveal-%E2%80%98disgusting%E2%80%99-conditions-inside-hermes-depot-where-workers-%E2%80%98feel-like-slaves%E2%80%99/
Euro Car Parks issued this ticket to the police in Devon and Cornwall. Read more at https://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/topic/419522-can-anyone-identify-the-parking-company-which-issued-this-ticket-to-the-police-in-devon-and-cornwall/