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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated July 26)

EBOLAPOCALYSPE 2014

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- Wed, 20 Aug 2014 18:24:44 EST M/Tf4Iu4 No.13330
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I had a few questions.

>Is this a serious threat? They're already testing people in Sacramento for possible exposure.
>In the event of a mass outbreak, what's the best course of action? I'm assuming head for the most secluded place you can find and trench in, try to keep your area clean and shoot anyone who get's too close to your camp. Ebola spreads through contact, if I remember correctly, so isolation seems best.
>What should be added to a bug-out bag to prepare for Ebola or other viral situation. I'm assuming chlorine sprays, disinfectants and protective gear, but what else?
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Wesley Niggerwell - Wed, 20 Aug 2014 18:28:44 EST M/Tf4Iu4 No.13331 Reply
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Also, on a bit of a /tinfoil/ note, if the government comes out with some sort of cure/vaccination/clinic/camp whatever, should it be trusted?

NB
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Martin Tillingshit - Thu, 21 Aug 2014 03:50:48 EST PdNQkuPt No.13337 Reply
Ebola isn't really a threat. You need to get an infected person's blood into your system in order to contract it. That's why it's always been confined to really shitty countries in the past.

Also the US has handled an ebola "outbreak" before. A whopping 0 people died.
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Basil Fuddlelodging - Thu, 21 Aug 2014 13:49:53 EST /i9SfJJE No.13338 Reply
I'd say invest in some hand sanitiser, disposable latex gloves and dust masks for now, until and unless things go crazy.

Possibly take vitamin C as ascorbic acid powder to keep your immune system up. Cook your meat thoroughly, stay away from pork.

If you really have to bug out, don't go anywhere they have bats.
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John Bavingnit - Fri, 22 Aug 2014 01:57:49 EST /vbnMxn8 No.13339 Reply
THANK YOU EBOLA-CHAN
GOOD LUCK EBOLA-CHAN
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Eugene Niggerdock - Fri, 22 Aug 2014 04:17:56 EST o+aglVil No.13340 Reply
Personally I'm going to wait and see if this turns out to be any more of a pandemic than pig flu, bird flu, SARS, or mad cow disease were.

Oh, before you start feeling too comfortable...

>Dr. Ken Alibek (b. Kanatjan Alibekov), former deputy director of the Soviet/Russian biological warfare research, development and manfacturing organization Biopreparat has stated his strong belief that not only has the Russian biological warfare research community succeeded in weaponizing Ebolavirus, but that they have also succeeded in creating a viral chimera of smallpox and Ebolavirus which has the relative stability and transmissibility of smallpox with the pathogenicity in humans of Ebola - a recombinant virus called "Ebolapox."
(wikishit)
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Nigel Blythebury - Fri, 22 Aug 2014 11:51:41 EST jXJVM/K7 No.13341 Reply
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We fucked. Either you immune or you gonna die. We gettin purged.
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Barnaby Namblestone - Fri, 22 Aug 2014 21:04:15 EST CXxNQpoE No.13342 Reply
if some group of scientists genetically modifies ebola into a chemical weapon that spreads like the common cold, then we might have something to worry about.
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Hamilton Sobberwill - Tue, 02 Sep 2014 13:10:36 EST TAC2Ekoz No.13365 Reply
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>>13340
>>13342
So, we have until the Geneva convention goes out the window, then we're totally fucked, right?
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Cyril Pavingspear - Thu, 04 Sep 2014 04:08:04 EST WgXAI8L3 No.13372 Reply
the economy benefits from big scares like this
and any news with the word ebola is spammed to millions all day
you are more likely to catch the flu right now and die
but that is an annual scare
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Betsy Weblingsark - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 21:04:18 EST MJ3z6bk3 No.13411 Reply
Ebola is not easily transmittable. I've heard of two americans who got sick with it overseas and came back here for treatment and they were cured. This is only an issue in shitty countries where people don't understand how diseases are transmitted, don't have even decent medical facilities, and live in poor sanitary conditions.
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Priscilla Pubberdodging - Fri, 17 Oct 2014 00:40:32 EST gEyohukk No.13526 Reply
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So now we have clip board guy, a scare here in Portland, and several nurses stateside that have been infected. Things are picking up.

I know everyone always says that the flu has killed more people ect ect, but
>Just remember that there was once a time when the flu had only killed 4000 people.
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Lillian Sackledale - Sat, 18 Oct 2014 15:05:05 EST Z86pI5rY No.13534 Reply
>>13330
stock up on vitamin c if your worried about it. 100-200 grams per adult should be enough. The half life is very short(about 30 minutes), so take doses of about 1gram per hour or 500mg per 30 minutes until a day or 2 after symptoms go away, and your immune system should take care of the rest.
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Martin Clammerchit - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 16:57:42 EST X13CqqpF No.13538 Reply
All you apocalypse fetishists are getting serious hardons for this...you could just bug out and pretend like everyones got it, for fun and paranoia
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nichard dixon - Wed, 22 Oct 2014 17:53:13 EST SBY2vvhP No.13543 Reply
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>>13330
Well you have to look at the spectrum of this virus. There is more than one strain obviously and the newest strain we deal with is highly mutagenic
basically this strain mutates 1-2 times for every victim it infects.
>one mutation could be becoming airborne
>another mutation could be resisting certain sanitation methods
This is a versatile disease that is very very dangerous.
I never was very prepared for a plague apocalypse event but considering the supplies i have i think i'm ready
personally if I were you op, I would add sanitizers (if you don't have them), some basic protection gear if your going to attempt to isolate yourself (why haul all that equipment if your barely gonna use it). other than that a standard bug out bag is ok in my opinion
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Fanny Bocklefod - Thu, 06 Nov 2014 08:39:31 EST n1vIBOjz No.13586 Reply
>>13543
>one mutation could be becoming airborne
>another mutation could be resisting certain sanitation methods
Nope and Nope. The former would require a bunch of highly improbably mutations. The latter would be the very first virus that somehow is resistant to bleach. nb
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Sidney Gepperridge - Wed, 17 Dec 2014 21:11:36 EST N6Q8zDzA No.13629 Reply
>>13534
also Nascent Iodine (elemental form) +nano silver
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Doris Nanningcocke - Wed, 07 Jan 2015 05:47:53 EST B1n2WRwt No.13674 Reply
Be a NEET. I havn't seen anyone else in two weeks, other than my weed dealer.

All's I do is paint warhammers and smoke weed while collecting sweet sweet gov't money.

The meek will inherit the earth, guys.
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cursive !M6R0eWkIpk - Tue, 20 Jan 2015 11:16:41 EST 8RYncBiW No.13708 Reply
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>>13704
so you can get Effed while youre Effing Oh.
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Sophie Misslestock - Fri, 23 Jan 2015 01:08:11 EST lcYadD0W No.13713 Reply
>>13674

and your dealer probably comes in contact with tons of people exchanging money etc which is all dirty as fuck and surely contains Ebola, you would die alone and slowly.
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Wesley Sucklenuck - Tue, 03 Mar 2015 07:50:53 EST 3VlPy42e No.13782 Reply
This thread is really funny in hindsight.
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Cedric Sobberpet - Sun, 08 Mar 2015 22:50:54 EST dlxzfFpo No.13788 Reply
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> Wed, 20 Aug 2014
> 19 posts and 6 images omitted. Click Reply to view.
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Eugene Murddale - Sun, 22 Mar 2015 21:30:32 EST Fabyp0ls No.13812 Reply
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>>13788

>Inohrite?

Op here, surprised the thread is still up. Did we survive? Is there going to be an ebola-round-two: Electric Boogaloo?
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Jenny Wiblingstod - Fri, 27 Mar 2015 14:18:54 EST 7UKzYljI No.13817 Reply
>>13337
>>13411

i agree with the above 2 posts.

Ebola, from what i've casually read around on about it, is a flash in the pan disease, that for all of its horror and epic destructive capabilities to the human body, cannot generate any staying power in the face of even the absurdly basic (euro-american) turn of the century 'wash your hands with soap or bleach, wear a mask and scrubs around sick people, and boil contaminated stuff' level of medical precautions and quarantine procedures.

Therefore, Ebola CAN ONLY be at all effective and lethal against primitive tribals who are among the poorest of the poor, who live in tightly enclosed slums, and have no real medical knowledge of any kind. This means that only 3rd and 4th world countries and populaces are susceptible to having Ebola and other similar plagues sweep through an area and kill 8 out of 10 people.

in america or europe, the most that ebola could do, was to infect maybe adozen people, before being quite effectively brought under control in its early symptom stages.

/ end ?
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Ernest Sambletick - Fri, 27 Mar 2015 15:19:36 EST vu1jagXA No.13818 Reply
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>>13817

Unless bughunters decide to smuggle it in an organized, orgiastic effort to raise Ebola awareness by helping others in first and second world nations develop the illness.
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Sophie Blapperbanks - Fri, 27 Mar 2015 21:47:24 EST 7UKzYljI No.13821 Reply
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>>13818

true, but then that would probably fall under the purview of 'dubious actions of the (american ?) government ' ..... then again, there's no accounting for how naively stupid the american majority is, especially these last few generations.

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