Thursday, May 20, 2010

Science Safety

The Judiciary Report was the first to state in a time-stamped, copyrighted article that the recent swine flu mini-epidemic that gripped the world, was due to someone playing around in a science laboratory.

Weeks after that article was published, scientist, Adrian Gibbs, a co-creator of the flu drug Tamiflu, which is the most widely used flu medicine in the nation, stated he believes the latest swine flu strain was the end result of "human error" which supported the Judiciary Report's previous claims.

In light of these revelations, what is being done to ensure such incidents do not transpire again. We must look at our world as a collective, in that something that endangers one of us endangers us all.


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