Friday, September 9, 2011


I look forward, with some fear, to see the movie of infection, which comes in theaters tomorrow. This topic is scare flick from any one in fear of making a realistic scenario of HIV pandemic killer. Ian Lipkin gave the Director of the Center for Infection and Immunity at Columbia University, and consultant in the new film, to me the real reason for concern about the scenario I dreamed of by the directors, said Salon: "We know that if we had some sort of epidemic, or, worst in the United States We do not at present have the tools needed to ramp very quickly, some kind of strategy for the manufacture of vaccines and distribution. that's not only cold, hard facts. "After watching the infection, and we're going to all want to either hide away in our homes and / or start calling congresspeople our best to take procedures so we are better prepared for something like that.

Or they can play games only. Here to play five games after watching the film:

Attas: The objective of this game is an online mini sneeze just in time, and the trend is entirely appropriate to transfer the virus to others who then transferred to others, and so on, to eventually reach the largest possible number of individuals. It's a simple demonstration of how easy it is to transmit the virus when people do not cover their mouths when they sneeze (one of every four people in one study did not bother).

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