Virus hunters are in a constant battle with shit. Viruses are shit excreted by cells.
So when there’s too much of it, the declare war. They wage war with poo.
Why fight with poo? Change the diaper. Flush it or throw it away.
Don’t bombard it with chemical warfare.
A virus is a type of pathogen. The Earth is a type of celestial body.
The car you drive is a type of transportation.
Fungus is a pathogen. Did you get your fungus test with that HI virus test?
Bacteria is a pathogen. Did you get your B/F/HIV test?
Watch Wall Street win.
It’s said that “HIV is one of several viruses transmitted through sexual contact and by exposure to infected blood”.
That of course would include blood infected mosquito needles.
The sky is a type of air space. The sky is falling.
It’s said that “Viral infections in animals provoke an immune response that usually eliminates the infecting virus”.
The viral infection is falling.
Usually eliminates! OMG. See bacteriophage eat.
Watch phage consume virus.
Watch hunter hunt down and try to kill thing that phage ate.
Then watch scientist say the virus infected the phage.
It’s quite a performance.
Phages have been used “for over 90 years as an alternative to antibiotics”.
They say that HI viruses infect the cell. What cell? Prison cell? Cell phone?
Do they infect the white blood cell or the red blood cell?
Do they “infect” the white blood cell? Or maybe it’s that the white blood cell ate the thing.
Yea that’s it.
The cell. “HIV infects the cell”.
Black cells? White cells? Oriental cells? Indian cells?
White blood cells are the immune response.
Ah more white propaganda.
White blood cells are antibodies. They are your leukocytes. They eat HIV.
They are delicious.
When you dissect the frog, you see what’s inside.
HIV/WBC – Human (redundant term) Immunesystem Virus slash/eaten by White Blood Cells
NAMING/POO – Naming Acronyms Misleadingly In Neverending Goopitis / Perfectly Oriented Omicrons
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