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Charley was born Aug. 27, 1935, in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Army bases and he enrolled in 11 different schools by the time he graduated in 1953, from Frankfurt (am Main) American High School in Frankfurt, Germany. The point of view expressed by Rob S is the refuge of a poor political position to wit about the XX million ilegal aliens already here.? This question is usually posed by the very folks who insisted that those illegal aliens should have been allowed entry without limitation. What is the answer?? Summer vacation the US has tens of thousands of un/under used yellow school busses sittling idle right now. As with any other big problem the sooner we start the sooner we will finish..
We learned about flaws in the system that screens travelers.That made us wonder: What else don’t we know about Ebola?To find out, we reached out to Ebola experts to get their thoughts.Elke Muhlberger, PhD, is a microbiologist at the Boston University School of Medicine, who specializes in the study of filoviruses, the virus family to which Ebola belongs. Amesh Adalja, MD, is an infectious disease specialist at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. And Thomas Geisbert, PhD, is a microbiologist and immunologist who specializes in Ebola at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston.Here’s their list of big questions that remain to be answered about the virus.Native Alaska Village of Point Lay Hailed for Stewardship of 35,000 WalrusesICTMN StaffWith 35,000 walruses camped out on the edge of town, the 250 population Native village of Point Lay, Alaska has been thrust onto the world stage.And, true to their custom, the residents have stepped up not to bask in their potential 15 minutes of fame, but to embrace their traditional role as environmental stewards.The walruses began arriving in mid September, as they had been for the past few years.