I AM fairly SCARED!!!!
chatski at umbc.edu
Wed Nov 2 17:54:45 EST 1994
In article <398jqo$65v at pipe1.pipeline.com>,
Kevin Akers <kakers at pipeline.com> wrote:
>This is a very interesting thread, and I'm familiar w/the
>backround of Ebola, per Preston's article(?) in the New Yorker
>magazine several years ago. I would like to request that Mr.
>Chatski please elaborate his position in precise and articulate
>terms. After all, this is science, and I'm not learning much
>from his cryptic indications. If "there is no animal host,"
>how does Ebola guarantee its continued survival and propagation
>of genes? If it "is not found in nature," then where is it
>found? What exactly do you mean by this?
The place in the world today where there is the most evolutionary
pressure on viruses is the laboratory. Unintentional or intentional.
More information about the Virology