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Q
I see you believe HIV was created in a lab, sorry to burst your bubble, but back then we didn't have the knowledge of DNA so we couldn't have made the virus, without the education of DNA. By that time we barely learned that DNA was important.
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howtobeterrell:

nolifejustanime:

darvinasafo:

ummmm, my bubble is still a shimmering orb of excellence.

Back when? How far is back then?

Polio vaccines were nearing completion in the early 1950’s.

DNA was beginning to be understood in the 1950’s.

It was during these times Africans served as guinea pigs for western scientist to use as test subjects for these vaccines.

This was ground zero for the adverse effects of these failed vaccines; where they studied how some experimental pseudo-medicinal cocktails could break down the human immune system.

Then decades later in the mid to late 70’s and early 80’s we see the emergence of HIV in the same African regions.

Miss me with that lame ish, #istaywoke

Teach them Brotha

i have this book lol on kindle.. worth the read if anyone wanted to know

geminiio:

i need ferguson to go down in history books. i need school children in the year 2074 to learn about michael brown being shot on august 9th, 2014 by officer darren wilson. i need this to spark a movement. this can not lose the focus of society a mere month after it happened. 

(via thepoliticalfreakshow)

ikusaba:

supersmashkev:

this is on a level that i cannot reach

this is teen nick sitcom level

(Source: ridge, via thefuuuucomics)

under-radar-mag:

Musical artist, Steven Ellison, a.k.a. Flying Lotus, has announced the upcoming release of his newest album, You’re Dead!
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under-radar-mag:

Musical artist, Steven Ellison, a.k.a. Flying Lotus, has announced the upcoming release of his newest album, You’re Dead!

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BREAKING: Here's How Obama Plans To Ramp Up The Fight Against Ebola In West Africa

thepoliticalfreakshow:

The Obama administration says it will “significantly” ramp up its response to the Ebola outbreak that has left more than 2,200 people dead in West Africa. Here are some of the key initiatives President Obama plans to announce on Tuesday:

Reuters

1. The U.S. will send 3,000 military personnel to West Africa to help combat the spread of Ebola, and establish a joint headquarters in Liberia’s capital to coordinate with governments in the region.

The U.S. will send 3,000 military personnel to West Africa to help combat the spread of Ebola, and establish a joint headquarters in Liberia's capital to coordinate with governments in the region.
Ahmed Jallanzo / Handout / Reuters

2. The U.S. will establish a regional base to help speed up the transportation of goods and equipment, and as a place for U.S. personnel to be stationed.

The U.S. will establish a regional base to help speed up the transportation of goods and equipment, and as a place for U.S. personnel to be stationed.
AP Photo/Abbas Dulleh

3. Construct as many as 17 heath care facilities in the region for Ebola treatment, each with about 100 beds.

Construct as many as 17 heath care facilities in the region for Ebola treatment, each with about 100 beds.
John Moore / Getty Images

Administrators did not say how the new facilities would be built, but officials have said that at least 1,000 new beds are needed in the next week to contain the disease. The new plan includes a total of 1,700 beds.

4. Ebola treatment units will be built in areas where they are most needed and the U.S. will help recruit medical staff for the units.

Ebola treatment units will be built in areas where they are most needed and the U.S. will help recruit medical staff for the units.
AP Photo/Abbas Dulleh

5. The U.S. government will establish a training site to teach 500 workers per week how to provide care for Ebola patients.

The U.S. government will establish a training site to teach 500 workers per week how to provide care for Ebola patients.
John Moore / Getty Images

These workers will be trained how to work directly with patients.

6. The United States Public Health Service will deploy 65 Commissioned Corps members to Liberia to care for health workers who may become ill while treating Ebola patients.

The United States Public Health Service will deploy 65 Commissioned Corps members to Liberia to care for health workers who may become ill while treating Ebola patients.
John Moore / Getty Images

They will be located at a previously established hospital.

7. The U.S. will airlift 50,000 home health care kits this week from Denmark to Liberia.

The U.S. will airlift 50,000 home health care kits this week from Denmark to Liberia.
James Giahyue / Reuters

Some kits include tests intended to determine whether people have the disease.

8. The U.S. will provide protection kits and safety information to communities, targeting the 400,000 most vulnerable households in Liberia first.

The U.S. will provide protection kits and safety information to communities, targeting the 400,000 most vulnerable households in Liberia first.
AP Photo/Abbas Dulleh

The kits will include gloves and masks, disinfectants, and fever drugs.

Source: Michelle Broder Van Dyke for Buzzfeed News