Flu of 1918
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The 1918 Flu was a flu that killed more people than World War I. The flu of 1918 was spread through birds.
The flu of 1918 was also know as the Spanish flu. It killed more people in one year than in four years of the Bubonic Plague.
The 1918 was originally spread from bird to human but then evolved to transmit from human to humans. This is what is happening to a new bird flu but it has not figured out how to evolve.
I hope that the new bird flu doesn't evolve.
Don't be a pansy maggot.
Sir Yes Sir!
Anyway the CDC in Atlanta, Georgia is already working on a vaccine for the new bird flu.
Basically the 1918 flu virus had two genes an H gene which allowed the flu to go in the human cell and a N gene which allowed it to get out of the cell.
The virus had one H gene and 1 N gene. Also known as H1N1.
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