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Midge 1 weeks ago
       
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Augustina 1 weeks ago
Midge,
Was it about fat people again ?
       
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Gert 1 weeks ago
Midge,

Soooo, your argument is that because a completely different disease spread in a completely different way didn't need a vaccine, we don't need vaccines now? Wow...
       
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Pocahontas 1 weeks ago
Midge, The W.H.O has just approved a malaria vaccine.
Just another fact to feed to the social media paranoia engine
       
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Theodora 1 weeks ago
Midge, Don't bother to show the truth to whom doesn't WANT to see it! Cheers, bro
       
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Reggie 1 weeks ago
#1 I don't believe that story. It's impossible bats eat all mosquitos, but if they do, so what are they gonna eat after.
       
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Augustina 1 weeks ago
Reggie,

This is probably not the best site for enhancing your education.
       
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Gert 1 weeks ago
Reggie,

Bats eat loads of different insects. But they wouldn't need to eat them all. Not all mosquitos carry malaria. The tower was probably built near the place meaning a big concentration of bats would all be hunting there eating most of them causing people at one point not being infected anymore. Unfortunately malaria hasn't been eradicated from the world.
       
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Janice 1 weeks ago
#6 - Probably the only "artist" who's name is onomatopoeic.
       
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Mat 1 weeks ago
#5 I think this is a general rule in the army. At least also taught in the german army
       
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Cecilia 1 weeks ago
Mat,

Every army do this. But the british army unfortunatly fot them discoverd the rdason why first
       
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"TIL 110 years ago Dr Charles Campbell constructed 30 feet high bat roost to fight malaria. Bats that lived in the roost ate the mosquitoes and Mitchell's lake municipality was malaria-free in 4 years."

 

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