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Zombie Apocalypse & Alien Biologicals (ET germs) two cents worth
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From: Apo​
Date: Sun, Aug 18, 2013 at 11:19 PM
Subject: Zombie Apocalypse & Alien Biologicals (ET germs) two cents worth
To: Andy

George Knapp has the C2C radio hosting duties tonight on the threat of Biological Warfare agents being engineered from ET UFO crash site germs.
1am Eastern; 10pm Pacific.

Here: Para-paranormal Listening (while you insomniac Tweet) KFI 640 Orange County Coast To Coast AM http://www.iheart.com/live/177.....oplay=true

Alien Viruses
Date: 08-18-13
Host: George Knapp
Guests: Bob Wood, Nick Redfern

Joining George Knapp, Fortean researcher Nick Redfern and doctor of Physics from Cornell University, Bob Wood, will discuss the many leaked documents that describe research into alien biology and virology. Dr. Robert Wood's forensic analysis of the documents themselves argues strongly for their authenticity - and their implications are startling: Alien viruses are not only deadly, but are of key importance to biological warfare on Earth.



Alien Viruses: Crashed UFOs, MJ-12, & Biowarfare
Keep Out!: Top Secret Places Governments Don't Want You to Know About
Science Fiction Secrets: From Government Files and the Paranormal

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From: Apo​
Date: Sun, Aug 18, 2013 at 11:02 PM
Subject: Alien Biologicals two cents worth
To: George Knapp

Alien Biologicals two cents worth:

I once saw an Antarctic Biologist asked if he thought digging up some million year old bacteria or virus could get loose and start the Zombie Apocalypse. His answer was he was inclined to believe it more likely today's modern environment would be so alien to the million year old biological as to be completely hostile to it.

Of course, he was just guessing!

No matter Inter-planetary or inter-dimensional or frigging Atlantis, It's all rock-n-roll Extra...Terrestrial to me. I tend to think the ETs have been "visiting" here so long that we have more shared Biologicals than the Inca's had tolerance to Small Pox.

Just like I think we were plenty clever enough to come up with transistors, fiber optics, and night vision during the time line this technology seems to be credited with...I think we are plenty clever enough to come up with a Bio-warfare Bug that could escape a lab.

Notice I do not equate the word clever with smart. Bipedal hominids are plenty clever. It's been demonstrated that just three clever bipedal hominids can easily move actual Stonehenge size monolithic stones with simple levers and a fulcrum...got it on video.

Lastly, I think Mother Balance of Nature knows when to make her own Biologicals get to work and make a public appearance when any population of animals get out of control.

A natural highly communicable plague, striking too quickly for an effective vaccine, traveling airlines business class redeyes worldwide practically overnight leaves only a third of the population with natural immunity to pick-up the high tech toys left behind by the mob and rebuild a New Renaissance of Geopolitics would be my guess. Sounds like the one CDC really fears.

Of course, I'm only guessing too.

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