Epidemic The ancients edited 09/12/2014
1st Dec 2014 UN Aids Day HIV EBV and WNV By Isabel Cutter
Flashback in Liberia Ebola infected country
Koko: High levels of bacteria and circulation anomalies of the Atlantic Ocean make it easier for the disease to spread as there is poor sanitation in the area in north west Africa.
Teddy: What do you need me to do on the mission?
Koko: I just need you to accompany me to get some water samples and blood samples from the Sudan so we can start making a new vaccine to slow down the spread because the combination of HIV and Ebola will be lethal.
Teddy: Can you give me any further information so we can route the map.
Koko: Teddy I need to go deep into the heart of the desert.
Teddy: Woman point on the map!
Koko: The disease is spreading from wildlife into humans and I am worried about its effects on sea life and it started in the coastlines.
Teddy: We need to build awareness
Koko: Yes the first reports of an Ebola Strain were in the Sudan cited in the Sudan in 1976. I am worried about the EBV virus aka Ebola. The disease was dormant in humans for a number of decades.
Teddy: Honey is this linked to people eating raw food.
Koko: Ebola is spread by body fluids like HIV.
Teddy: Koko I have heard enough, I will get the field team ready.
Back in the Lab
Ameriah: I did the test on the oil samples from the oil rigs.
Koko: What are the results?
Ameriah: All clear.
Akeya: Great we can suffocate the bugger in a nest of oil. Call the sea conservation team.
Ameriah: Akeya what are you on about.
Koko: I get it we section the seabed closest to mainland and suffocate the flukes.
Akeya: Unconventional but we kill the bug by taking away its oxygen.
Koko: Risky business Akeya.
Ameriah: I will get a shipment of bio degradable oil.
Akeya: You enjoyed the sword too much at temple.
Ameriah: Necessary good. The monkey was on its last legs. The transcripts show the priestesses are an ancient tribe that has survived plagues over hundreds of years.
Koko: Ladies let’s get the antidote ready. We might cure AIDS in the process. I have located the DNA genomics similarity: -
Lake Tanganyika holds all the key the DNA similarities in HIV EBV and WNV The structure of the AIDS, Ebola and Snail Fever have a similar DNA structural appearance under the microscope. See the sample from the Lake Lake Tanganyika in
Slide A Bacterium for WNV source in Lake Tanganyika -CGCCCGCCGCGCCCCGCGCCCGGCCCGCCGCCCCCGCCCCCCTAC
GGGAGGCAGCAG-3′) and R518 (5′-ATTACCGCGGCTGCTGG-3′). Source
Slide B EBV similarity note the mutation down the Nile region target B antigens TGAGTCA to TGAGGCA, the B site was changed from TACCCGGAA to TACCCGGGC and the N site was deleted. For this, EBV nucleotides 138926–138941 were deleted resulting in a sequence CAGTGTGC Source
Slide C HIV SIV Viral mRNA profile 5′-AGTCAGTGTGGAAAATCTCTAGCAGTGG-3′ and either 5′-CCGCAGATCGTCCCAGATAAG-3′ (1.8 kb class) or 5′-CTATGATTACTATGGACCACAC-3′ source
Slide D Cancer 5′-CCC CGC TAC CAGCCG ACT Cancer connected 4 tic tac toe...
Note: I discovered the commonality between the diseases discovery re TAC using genomics 1 Dec 2014 with theoretical biology. Bella aka koko copyright koko&teddy
Akeya: Explain further
Koko: When the body reacts to the virus the B antigens are mutating and been integrated into the virus. Its feeding on healthy red blood cells and the attaching itself B antigens and changing the DNA sequencing once the T-Cell is moved the virus starts re-sequencing the DNA. We need to start with the snail virus to get Ebola cured and the use the antidote to synthesis the AIDS antidote. The monkeys and snails predate us and
Akeya: Vive la révolution de l'éducation
Ameriah, Koko: Vive
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Author - Isabel M Cutter