Thursday, October 30, 2014

Wha’d I Say? The CDC Lied!

Wha’d I Say?  The CDC Lied! 
Now they admit it…but with just another lie…

True Ebola facts…
By de Andréa
October 30, 2014

Tell a lie long enough, people will believe it as the truth no matter what.  Even if the truth eventually has been made public as it now has. 

Frieden lied and people died!
Check it out:

This week, Dr. Tom Frieden (pictired at right) the talking head for the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) finally admitted that Ebola can travel through the air in a sneeze or a cough, but claims that it can never go more than 3 feet.

He is still lying…Why? Because the government thinks you can’t handle the truth…  Or’, it is just a matter of subjugated power and control.  Or’, just because they can.

Well…you don’t have to be a government subjugated dependent robot, brainwashed and controlled by government lies and rhetoric, my friend. 

Let’s check out the real truth…

As I previously told you Frieden has been lying from the start and is still lying. On the CDC’s own website, they say that flu droplets can travel 6 feet.

The CDC, like the World Health Organization, now admits that Ebola can be spread through sneezing or coughing.  

What changed? Well… the lies changed.

Mythbusters demonstrated that sneezes can nail people some 17 feet away:
Engineers at MIT show that sneezes can actually travel up to 200 times farther than previously thought … up to 20 feet farther.


“[The study] challenges our current ideas of how far germs can spread in aerosols such as coughs or sneezes,” Mary B. Farone, Ph.D., associate professor of biology at Middle Tennessee State University, told We used to think if we could see the spray, that was the limit of the dissemination, but this study shows that tiny particles, such as bacteria and viruses, can be spread much further on gas clouds.”

MIT explains:
A study by MIT researchers shows that coughs and sneezes have associated gas clouds that keep their potentially infectious droplets aloft over much greater distances than previously realized. “When you cough or sneeze, you see the droplets, or feel them if someone sneezes on you,” says John Bush, a professor of applied mathematics at MIT, and co-author of a new paper on the subject. “But you don’t see the cloud, the invisible gas phase. The influence of this gas cloud is to extend the range of the individual droplets, particularly the small ones.”

Indeed, the study finds, the smaller droplets that emerge in a cough or sneeze may travel five to 200 times further than they would if those droplets simply moved as groups of unconnected particles — which is what previous estimates had assumed. The tendency of these droplets to stay airborne, resuspended by gas clouds, means that ventilation systems, such as those on airplanes, are more prone to transmitting potentially infectious particles than had been reported.  Yes, just wait until a whole plane load of people arrive at JFK that has been infected by one person through the airplanes ventilation system.

The researchers used high-speed imaging of coughs and sneezes, as well as laboratory simulations and mathematical modeling, to produce a new analysis of coughs and sneezes from a fluid-mechanics perspective. Their conclusions upend some prior thinking on the subject.

The study finds that droplets 100 micrometers — or millionths of a meter — in diameter travel five times farther than previously estimated, while droplets 10 micrometers in diameter travel 200 times farther. Droplets less than 50 micrometers in size can frequently remain airborne long enough to reach ceiling ventilation units.
A cough or sneeze is a multiphase turbulent buoyant cloud,” as the researchers term it in the paper, because the cloud mixes with surrounding air before its payload of liquid droplets falls out, evaporates into solid residues, or both.

The study notes:
Our key findings are as follows. The turbulent multiphase cloud plays a critical role in extending the range of the majority of pathogen-bearing drops that accompany human coughs and sneezes. Smaller droplets (less than 50 µm diameter) can remain suspended in the cloud long enough for the cough to reach heights where ventilation systems can be contaminated (4–6 m).  6 meters equals 19.685 feet.

THE BOTTOM LINE:  In several previous articles which you can read my archives, right from the very first interview with Dr. Frieden I expressed my opinion that he was lying.  I didn’t know why at first, but I did know he was not just mistaken but instead that he was flat out lying.  First, because no one in medicine could be so ignorant as to say the things that he was brainwashing the public with.  Second the CDC was, and still is, saying one thing and doing another, such as “the Ebola virus only lives 4-6 hours outside the host”.  Then why would they need to burn the contents of an Ebola patient’s apartment after several days and then chemically fumigate the apartment and then install ionizers for several days to sterilize the air?  Especially if Ebola is not airborne. 

And then as you can see on the CDC web site, it states that viruses are transmitted through bodily fluids, well guess what?  A sneeze and a cough ejects bodily fluids which according to their own website travels 6 feet - not 3 feet as Dr. Frieden just said.  Moreover, the MIT study that proved sneezes can travel up to 20 feet and linger in the air for hours, has been known for years, HELLO! 

As to why he is and still is lying…well I have my opinions.  There can be several reasons for the government agencies to lie, such as not to cause a panic.  But in this case none of them are honorable, I can assure you of that.  In one way or another it’s about herding sheep, either for shearing or for slaughter.  

Take your pick…

Thanks for listening – de Andréa
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