Improbable, they're already working on vaccines. Those who survive too, their blood can be used for transfusions to help the sick.
It's incredibly rare for a virus to mutate in a way that would make it airborne. It just doesn't make sense, considering if it was so easy, HIV/AIDS would have went airborne by now.
Either way, I won't be affected by it.
The thing that really makes me believe the picture is that not only does he know where tbtb will release it, but also where the virus is going to spread, and how many people it's going to infect. What a brave guy to release the info on a south antarctican marmalade smearing message board.
>mfw watching Europe, Africa and Asia get rekt while comfy af
Oh well, you guys had a good run but honestly you already hit your peak and honestly have nothing else to contribute to humanity.
I guess I'll miss the Japs the most, but I'll completely forget about it when I'm living on my Martian resort in the year 2030 due to the rapid scientific progress an American world would have made.
Unless Ebola becomes able to spread through the air, it's not gonna happen. He probably only even picked it because it's topical right now. That said, It's be extremely interesting in a morbid way to see how this would effect our culture
>australia invents human to emu brain transplant
>saves human race from ebola
It does. Entire cities have moved in this country. Any of you fuckers remember the location of Canberra? It's moved.
X-32 became the fighter for the JSF program, not the X-35.
Berenstein from where I'm from.