Official WHO Press Release Warns Of Potential “Reassortment” Between H1N1 And H5N1

Reassortment H5N1 Bird Flu H1N1 Swine FluThe most important news for Wednesday, November 25th, 2009…..

An official World Health Organization press release is warning that there could be a “reassortment” in which the H1N1 flu combines with the H5N1 virus to produce a completely new strain.

A top Chinese scientist is warning that if there is a reassortment between H1N1 and H5N1, it will be a disaster for humanity.

A top virologist has published a paper in which he alleges that the H1N1 swine flu originally came from a lab.

Reports of H1N1 swine flu “re-infections” are raising pandemic concerns.

A soldier in Switzerland is reporting that medical units are preparing to carry out an operation to give all Swiss soldiers the swine flu vaccine – by force if necessary.

What message were the writers of the television series “V” trying to send by writing an episode where the visiting aliens attempted to harm mankind by putting poison into the flu vaccine?

Adam Lambert says that he got “carried away” but that he does not see “anything wrong” with his performace in front of the American Music Awards.

The recent poll numbers from Gallup reveals that Barack Obama’s approval rating is falling like a rock.

CNBC says that the real jobless rate in the United States is 17.5 percent.

Analysts are predicting that more foreclosures are on the way and that the foreclosure problem will not subside until 2011.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has taunted the U.S. and Israel by saying that they “don’t have the courage” to attack Iran.

Talk about a waste of money – the Pentagon has awarded a $5,760,000 contract for men’s undershirts.

A Russian newspaper is reporting that a Russian nuclear attack on the United States may focus on the major banks as a key target.

Are video games going too far?  The newly released game “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2” has a level where players are instructed to kill as many unarmed civilians in an airport as possible.

Pakistan says that it is not happy with the U.S. strategy in Afghanistan.

Is the once mighty automaker Saab about to completely disappear?

Scientists are now saying that a giant ocean once covered a third of the planet Mars.

One couple who refused to leave a tip after receiving bad service in a Pennsylvania restaurant were arrested by police after being accused of theft.

Some are asking if it is a good thing that scientists are on the brink of creating freaky animals with human brains, faces arms and legs for medical research.

Residents of Washington can expect to see ads declaring, “No God?…No Problem!” inside buses, metro cars and on the side of buses by week’s end. The advertising campaign, sponsored by the American Humanist Association, will then target the transit systems of New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco.

Lastly, we can be thankful that Thanksgiving is one of the few holidays that actually has a good history.