Sunday, April 20, 2014

I'd start paying attention...

I can't say there's any validity to this. But then again, I can't say their ISN'T either. I've been following the Ebola outbreaks as close as possible with our MSM keeping a blind eye in this area, and things seem to be heating up:

An outbreak analysis done by a statistical probability expert has come up with terrifying results. The numbers below are the output of a model based upon the epidemiology of past hemorrhagic fevers in west Africa, with tweaks and adjustments to accommodate an urban environment, and to extrapolate for certain other anticipated factors.

These posted probabilities are in no way authoritative, and should be considered a "best guess" only.

Probabilities of unchecked infection at this point, based upon a method of travel, times and frequencies of airline flights to various cities, also including certain assumed volumes of "mixed maritime" traffic between north Africa and southern Europe - the Probability that Ebola will strike is:


63% in Italy within 8 days 
44% in Spain within 15 days
77% in Riyadh/Saudi within 21 days
40% in Libya within 25 days
29% in the US within 28 days
37% in Egypt within 33 days

By the time we get to 35 days, it can be in 25 countries on 4 continents.

35 days after that, nearly every place on the globe within 1000 miles of a commercial airport is fair game.


Well... time to stop the prepping-supplies rotation and start topping everything off and pick up some of those nice-to-have things. Fill up the gas cans, double check the bug-out preps, pick up some oil for the Generator just in case... It's a good time for every prepper to go through their plans and things to make sure nothing was used or missing.

It's NOT a bug out or freak out time. But this is a good sign and as good time as any to get what ever your preps are in order and insure your family knows the plan. 

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