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Best defense against US Ebola outbreak.  Know What To Do NOW To Protect Yourself and Your Family!

What are the Best defense against USA Ebola outbreak ?



  • Worst Ebola outbreak in history

  • More lives than all other Ebola outbreaks

  • The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has clearly stated that the disease is out-of-control in West Africa.

  • It is very easy for one person infected by Ebola to infect many others.

  • Infections in US states in both Texas and New York

What Exactly is Ebola?


  • Ebola is a virus that causes hemorrhagic fever.

  • Causes a high fever in its victims

  • It causes internal bleeding,

  • It can travel from one person to another.

How We Catch Ebola


  • Through bodily fluids – includes blood,semen, feces saliva, and mucus.  One must come into contact with the bodily fluids to be infected.


  • Through aerosol – Sneezing and coughing produces little drops, much like what you

    see coming out of a can of spray paint. These can carry virus particles, which can be

    breathed in by others.


  • Airborne – The most deadly means of transmission for any virus is airborne. This

    means that the virus can float around in the air, without dying, until it is breathed in by

    another person. This is extremely rare, as ultraviolet light is uniformly fatal to viruses.


According to the CDC, the current Ebola outbreak is only transmitted through bodily fluids.

The government isn’t telling us is that Ebola is also transmitted by aerosol, which is also bodily fluids


What to do to protect from Ebola or What kills them Dead!

Viruses are usually very easy to irradicate outside a living infected person.  They are very delicate organism.  An Easy way to destroy viruses is exposure to UV light or Sunlight.  Ultraviolet rays deteriates the protein membrane surrounding the virus.  THis is called the Capsid.  This causes the virus to be inert.  It also doesnt cause the virus to mutate which is a hazardous when dealing with minuscule organisms.  Sun light has visible nad invisible light spectrums that include UV light, so it destroys viruses with little exposure.  This is why other airborne viruses spread during cold months due to the decreased UV light from the sun going down.  Spending time indoors using artificial lighting increases the likelihood of spreading the virus.  Africa has more sunlight where the outbreak is occurring and perhaps that has helped to keep it from spreading.  If the virus were to be in a cold environment with people spending more time in closed quarters may increase the infection spreading.

Cold temperatures do not destroy viruses like it can with bacteria.  Freezing bacteria can expand and pop the bacteria cell from the tension created from solidification.  Virus do not have water in them therefore tehy do not expand and explode like bacteria.  High temperatures have had an effect on both bacteria and viruses.  Ebola when reaching a temperature of 140 degrees Fahrenheit are destroyed.  Thus burning the remains of infected bodies is a common way to destroy the virus after it has destroyed the host.  Sadly this doesn’t help the victim.

Ebola can also be destroyed by disinfectants.  Many under the kitchen sink and other industrial cleaners can be effective in eliminating Ebola.  The following list are some of these disinfectants that kill Ebola:

  • Sodium hypochlorite.

  • Lipid solvents

  • Phenolic disinfectants

  • Peracetic acid

  • Methyl alcohol

  • Ether

  • Sodium deoxycholate

  • 2% Glutaraldehyde

  • 0/25% Triton X-100

  • ß-propiolactone

  • 3% acetic acid (pH 2.5)

  • Formaldehyde

  • Paraformaldehyde

Some of these are harmful to living human beings and should be used with extreme caution.  Don’t kill yourself while trying to avoid Ebola;)

Ebola can be destroyed by everyday household Bleach.  Chlorine Bleach and NOT safe-color bleach is the only type that is effective.  Dont waste your time and money on the other.


Coming Up…How to Treat Ebola Patients!

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