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Pandemic Crisis Cure Concept


What happens if the world is faced with a Pandemic, for which no cure currently exists but one is on the verge of being discovered? Here is a concept, which with the proper protocols could save the human race from near extinction. Human Hibernation. Put as many of the Pandemic victims to sleep as possible before they succumb to the virus or pathogen. Then isolate a team of scientists to figure out a cure. Once the cure is discovered inoculate the scientific team and have them go around to wake everyone up. Wake up the largest groups first and train them with videos how to inoculate the all those people that there is enough vaccine for.

Each time enlisting more recovering people to help and train others; eventually over many months waking back up the entire human race from their suspended animation or hibernation event. Think it sounds to Sci Fi like for you? Well think again, because within a couple of years it will be possible. One groups of scientists have discovered that using a certain ratio of hydrogen sulfide gas that they could induce hibernation in mice. Bears and ground hogs and many other mammals can hibernate and it is likely that all mammals can do this, yes, including human beings. Therefore as this technology becomes available and with the proper protocols it is possible to save the entire human race from such a Pandemic or possible extinction. We need to have a plan, think on this.

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