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Global Warming (not necessarily caused by people) will release nasty extinct viruses from tens of thousan


Global Warming (not necessarily caused by people) will release nasty extinct viruses from tens of thousands of01-05-2020 01:15
Tai Hai Chen
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Looks like these viruses once infected cave men and modern people have no immunity against them because they haven't been around since the end of the previous ice age.

https://www.sciencealert.com/several-ancient-viruses-have-been-found-in-15-000-year-old-glacial-ice
01-05-2020 05:04
HarveyH55
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Just because they found frozen viruses, doesn't mean they had stopped being passed around in the caves... They found frozen people, and obvious there were still other people, who continued to multiple, and infect the planet. We discover plants, insects, fish, mammals, often. Some were once considered extinct. It's doubtful that we know how many viruses actually exist in the world, or how long they have been around. Most are destroyed pretty quick and easy, outside a host. Doubtful that melting ice, poses a huge threat, since these contagions need a host, and wouldn't last long enough to infect.
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