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Friday, October 31, 2014

Volkswagen’s New 300 MPG Car Not Allowed In America Because It Is Too Efficient

You won’t find the 300 MPG Volkswagen XL1 in an American showroom, in fact it has even been denied a tour of America because it is too efficient for the American public to be made widely aware of, and oil profits are too high in America with the status quo in place. No tour has been allowed for this car because the myth that 50 mpg is virtually impossible to obtain from even a stripped down econobox is too profitable to let go of, and when it comes to corporate oil profits, ignorance is bliss.
Years ago I had calculated that it should be possible to get a small car to exceed 100 mpg by putting parallel direct to cylinder water injectors side by side with the fuel injectors, and using the exhaust manifold to preheat the water so it would enter the cylinders as dry steam, thus providing added expansion (which drives the engine) while allowing the combustion process to proceed without reducing it’s efficiency. But I was obviously wrong with my calculations, because they were in fact over 2x conservative.
The 100 mpg carburetor was indeed a reality, and the Volkswagen XL1 proves it with only straightforward nothing special technology we have had since the 1970?s.Though the XL1 can be plugged in to deliver a 40 mile all electric drive, it does not need to be plugged in EVER to achieve 300 mpg. And it does not cheat in any way to achieve the rating, it weighs over 1,700 pounds, has normal tires, and delivers a very good driving experience with a governed top speed of 99 mph. The XL1 could reach a top speed in excess of 110 mph absent governor and turns in a 0-60 time of 11.5 seconds which is by no means leisurely for a car designed for efficiency. The XL1 in no way cheats on performance to hit it’s rating. It is simply the car we should have always had, and have had taken from us in the name of oil profits.
Though the XL1 can hit 300 mpg under ideal driving conditions, it’s combined mileage is usually a little over 200 mpg, and if you do city driving only that will drop to a minimum of 180 mpg under the worst driving conditions. But I’d be happy with that no doubt.

What does that kind of fuel economy really mean?

If the XL1 was equipped with an 18 gallon fuel tank, and you did all highwaydriving, you could fill it up with an oil change and when the next change was due you could change the oil and keep driving without filling up for and additional 2,400 miles. But it comes with a much smaller fuel tank, because if it could go that long on a single tank chances are the fuel would foul before it got used. The tank is only 2.6 gallons to prevent fuel age related problems from happening. So fill ups are cheap.
Many of the publications which speak about the XL1 did so when it was a concept car predicted to get right around 250 MPG. But in 2014, after extensive testing of cars now produced, test drivers report economy above 300 mpg under the correct driving conditions, which would be close to sea level, a flat straight road with no stops, and reasonable speeds. To get rid of miles/imperial/U.S. gallon confusion, in the metric system the XL1 is rated to deliver 100 kilometers per litre. Translated for the U.S., that means approximately 65 miles per quart.
I remember how I laughed at the Smart Fortwo, because even a full size 4 doorChevy Impala significantly beat the “Smart’s” fuel economy, and with the Impala you would get a whole car. The Volkswagen XL1 is clearly the two seater the Smart should have been if it really was what the name implies, and the XL1 is in contrast, a car I’d be proud to be seen in.

You will NOT see the Xl1 in America,

Even it’s far less efficient 85 mpg non hybrid full size station wagon counterpart – the Jetta TDI blue motion wagon (Carscoops.com), which is made in America is banned from American roads. And I would like to ask why? What excuse is there for banning highly efficient cars from American roads?
One excuse is that “they don’t meet American crash test standards”, but the real truth is that the Fed simply refused to ever crash test them because of what they are, in Europe even the XL1 is considered to be a very safe car in crashes, and the Jetta station wagon is obviously even safer and you CAN buy the non TDI versions of the exact same car in America. The only thing different is the engine, WHAT GIVES?
The answer is obvious. Simply for the sake of raking in huge profits from $4 a gallon gas, getting guzzled at 10X the rate it should be, the corporations have via campaign contributions and other types of pay outs succeeded in getting the FED to legislate the best cars off the road for irrelevant trumped up reasons.
The XL1 will not meet American emission standards NOT because it is not clean enough, it will not meet them simply because inefficient parts that are mandated by the EPA are not part of the XL1?s power train. We will never see truly clean running and efficient cars in America, because the FED has mandated that American cars be intentionally stifled by horribly fuel wasting parts that add to the cost of the vehicle and do absolutely NO GOOD, how much more efficient and clean can you get than 300 mpg? The exhaust from the Xl1 has to, by simple math and the laws of physics, run at the theoretical threshold of emissions perfection.

All is not rosy for Europe however

The Xl1 is SO MUCH the car that the oil companies do not want that there will only be 2,000 made. And no production line was set up for them, they are all hand made. And irrelevant “lightweight” parts are added to the frame, consisting of carbon fiber and other exotic materials to add to the mystique. But the materials and production limits are a load of BUNK, the car STILL weighs over 1,700 pounds, if it weighed just 100 pounds more everything exotic could be removed, because “exotic materials” are not doing much anyway, they are just marketing.
Cost is not the issue either Even after being hand made with “exotic” materials in an intentionally limited edition, the Xl1 still only costs $60,000. There is a lot more of a market for this car than 2,000 units at that price, have no doubt, this car is being held back on purpose. If it can be hand made for that little, automated assembly lines could do it for half. And if a 1,700 plus pound Xl1 can get 300 mpg, a 3,400 pound Chevy Truck should be able to deliver at least 150 MPG, the Xl1 lays the mileage scam bare, with every hybrid that gets 40 mpg and every truck off the line that gets 20, Americans are getting the shaft and they do not even realize it.
I was first infatuated and impressed with the 85mpg Volkswagen TDI Blue Motion wagon and wished I could get one in America (when I was still there), and then the 300 mpg Xl1 came along, what a rude awakening and slap in the face for the American car buyer.

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Obama Admits Ebola is A Trial Run For A Deadlier Airborne Disease

Government-enforced medical quarantines just went from 'conspiracy theory' to official policy in NJ and NY

The states of New York and New Jersey have leapfrogged federal guidelines and set up their own mandatory 21-day quarantine requirements for arriving passengers who had direct contact with Ebola patients in West Africa.

"The patients with the highest level of possible exposure will be automatically quarantined for 21 days at a government-regulated facility," reports CBS News. [1] Government-run quarantine camps, in other words, are now a present-day reality in America.

"We believe it within the State of New York and the State of New Jersey's legal rights" says Governor Cuomo. And it almost certainly is. In fact, this move by New Jersey and New York is one of the smartest things any government official has yet done in the United States to thwart the spread of Ebola.

But take notice of something worth considering: Do you see how quickly we are calling for mandatory government quarantines? It didn't take much, either. Just one returning passenger with Ebola in New York City was all it took, in fact. Suddenly, we are all supporting a police which was considered a whacky theory just a few years ago.

Five years ago, talk of government quarantines was called a "conspiracy theory"

Consider the history of the very idea of government-mandated medical quarantines. Just five years ago, anyone suggesting that such a thing could be happening in the USA was called a "conspiracy theorist." I know this because I'm one of the few people who warned about precisely this scenario many years earlier, and I'm often called a conspiracy theorist for accurately predicting things that would come true years later.

As soon as Ebola arrived in America, however, all talk of mandatory quarantines suddenly shifted from "conspiracy theory" to "medical protocols." Suddenly the idea of forcing certain people into government-run facilities from which they are not allowed to leave -- a sort of medical prison -- was being openly talked about as an important option to consider.

In Dallas, the family members of the late Thomas Duncan were spotted violating their self-quarantine and were ordered back into a self-enforced lockdown. Not long after that, NBC's "just get your damn flu shot" medical correspondent Dr. Snyderman got caught violating her self-quarantine after returning from West Africa where she might have picked up Ebola. And just a few days ago, Dr. Spencer in NYC decided to spend a night on the town while claiming he was also "self-quarantined." It didn't take long for officials to realize that the entire idea of a self-quarantine is completely bogus for the simple reason that nobody follows it.

It turns out that even doctors and journalists violate self quarantines, meaning that we can't trust people to faithfully quarantine themselves. Suddenly the idea of a government-enforced mandatory quarantine made all kinds of sense. It didn't sound like a conspiracy theory anymore. It sounded like a sensible idea to help stop the spread of Ebola.

If a forced quarantine is justified for one person, it can be justified for one million

Now we live in a nation where public sentiment openly supports government-enforced quarantines of people who might carry Ebola. Notice how quickly this all happened? Some might even point out the problem-reaction-solution overlay to all this, proposing that Ebola has been hyped up for precisely the purpose of rolling out a medical police state in America. I don't personally think we are there yet, but we are clearly on the path towards it, and there's nothing stopping the President from announcing a nationwide medical police state right this very minute.

If the government claimed the authority to detain one person suspected of carrying Ebola, that same authority must also apply to one million people, you see. What you are witnessing right now, in other words, is absolute proof that all of us who warned about government quarantines and the mass rounding up of citizens to be placed into FEMA camps were, in fact, rather prophetic.

The things we warned about five years ago that sounded crazy at the time are now national news headlines. If I had said in 2009 that a level-4 biohazard viral infection would be running loose across New York City, most people would have utterly dismissed the idea as loony tunes. And yet that's exactly where we are right now.

Those of you who are among the more astute observers of reality will notice that the domains www.BioDefense.com and BiologicalTerrorism.com were registered 15 years ago. In other words, yes, I saw this coming 15 years ago and had the domains registered with the intention of sitting on them until the future arrived.

I have also purchased domain names on other future events which I know are coming, but if I were to mention any of those right now, they would seem just as crazy as an Ebola outbreak in NYC would have seemed until recently. The simple truth is that most people aren't ready for a future that's any different from their present. They can't envision change coming, so they live in a state of denial about what that future may bring.

Those who see what's coming are the most sane of all

There are some of us who are blessed (or cursed) with the ability to see what's coming. I've often said that a person who knows what will happen in 1-2 years is considered a "genius" by society, while a person who knows what will happen in 10 - 20 years is called a kook. That's because there is a psychological phenomenon known as a normalcy bias which functions as a kind of mental momentum, keeping people cognitively locked into a very narrow set of expectations while dissuading them from exploring any real change in the world around them.

If I told you that the United States of America as we know it today will come to an end before 20 years from now, most people can't cognitively process the concept because of their normalcy bias. So I don't bother explaining the details until the time comes, because only then will people have enough evidence in front of their own eyes to realize the magnitude of the changes unfolding before them.

You wouldn't believe how many feature stories I've written and then archived without publishing them for this very reason. Recently, I wrote a story about the risk of Ebola terrorism taking place in New York City, but I realized the public wasn't ready to hear that yet so I shelved it. I may still publish it, but not before the public is ready to grasp the message with more clarity. If I publish it right now, too many people will remain in a state of denial and anger because they hate any new information that challenges their Matrix-like mental constructs.

There are many other things the public isn't ready to hear. Remember, America is a place where people are so willing to remain willfully hypnotized by socially-accepted delusions that they still think JFK was assassinated by a lone gunman and that the WTC 7 building collapsed in perfect symmetry due to a small office fire. We are all living in a nation dominated by delusional people who are sleepwalking through a fictional construct, which is precisely why they are so psychological shocked when something happens that they never considered: A viral outbreak, a solar flare, a grid down power failure, a nuclear accident, a debt implosion or even 98 million people being injected with primate cancer viruses as part of a nationwide polio vaccination scheme, which is exactly what already happened in U.S. history.

Three serious threats to America right now

If you want to know what's really on my radar right now, there are three things that I suppose I will dare to mention briefly. The first is the Ebola outbreak, which I believe will be kept under control in the USA for the next 12 months or so, but if Ebola becomes endemic in Central or South America, then North America will be in serious trouble and may have an uncontrolled spread within 24 months.

The second thing on my radar right now is an impending stock market crash that would rival the "Black Monday" crash of 1987. The market is being pumped up right now with $200 billion a quarter in money creation by the Fed. Interest rates are near zero while inflation is around 6% or more. Right now, a massive wealth confiscation scheme is taking place, siphoning billions of dollars in purchasing power from the American people without them even knowing it. The minute the Fed stops pumping dollars into the system, it will catastrophically collapse.

The third thing on my mind is the possibility of the Russians waging a nuclear attack on the USA immediately after the country is weakened either by a viral pandemic or a devastating stock market crash. The mainstream news hasn't covered it much lately, but Russian strategic nuclear bombers have been making practice runs near Alaska. Russian warplanes are conducting aggressive probing maneuvers on attack vectors to U.S. targets. While neither Russia nor China would dare attack the USA on a normal day, a weakened nation suffering from a devastating economic collapse or a nationwide viral pandemic would create precisely the circumstances during which aggressor nations (like Russia) might pounce.

These three things are fast approaching and represent real, legitimate risks to our nation. Everyone interested in preparedness, self-reliance and survival should seriously consider these scenarios. Learn about Ebola survival and preparedness at www.BioDefense.com

And remember: The government quarantines of suspected Ebola carriers has now begun. It is no longer a conspiracy theory; it is now policy.

Sources for this article include:
[1] http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2014/10/24/new-y...

Saturday, October 25, 2014

CDC Crazy Response to New York Ebola Case

CDC is still being reactive rather than proactive. They are playing catch up, waiting until a patient appears and racing to the rescue (in full view of the media cameras) after the patient has already potentially infected others. We are in a race against Ebola and to judge from Africa, Ebola is winning. And in a race like this there is no second place, only dead last!

Friday, October 24, 2014

Cops Gone Wild - Take down family pet like person!

The dog was named Parrot. This was taken moments before Parrot was murdered by police officer Scott Fike. Officer Fike drove his knee into the middle of Parrot's back while stretching Parrot's legs behind him, as one would do with an armed criminal. Without waiting to determine whether this technique would calm Parrot, Fike grabbed Parrot, lifted him off the ground, and brought him to the top of the concrete staircase. Officer Fike then threw Parrot over the banister, down twelve steps, and onto the concrete floor. Then, Fike stood at the top of the stairs, drew his weapon, and shot Parrot to death. Aaron, the animal's owner, cannot recall the number of shots fired. Witnesses state that Parrot was not harming anybody and was simply frightened by Fike.

Saturday, October 18, 2014

A Global Patriot Act? The UN just passed it!

Can You Pass This Quick Quiz?

Try answering these six questions to see how much history you know.  Be honest; it's kind of fun and revealing.  If you don't know the answer, make your best guess.  Answer all of the questions (no cheating) before looking at the answers.

Begin by knowing that the answers to these questions aren't all Barack Obama

1) "We're going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good."

A. Karl Marx                    B. Adolph Hitler                  C.Joseph Stalin
D. Barack Obama            E. None of the above

2) "It's time for a new beginning, for an end to government of the few, by the few, and for the few...... And to replace it with shared responsibility, for shared prosperity."

A. Lenin                           B. Mussolini                        C. Idi Amin 
D. Barack Obama            E. None of the above

3) "(We).....can't just let business as usual go on, and that means something has to be taken away from some people."

A. Nikita  Khrushchev        B.  Joseph Goebbels            C. Boris Yeltsin
D. Barack Obama            E. None of the above

4) "We have to build a political consensus and that requires people to give up a little bit of their own ... in order to create this common ground."

A. Mao Tse Tung             B. Hugo Chavez                    C. Kim Jong II 
D. Barack Obama            E. None of the above

5) "I certainly think the free-market has failed."

A.  Karl Marx                   B. Lenin                                C. Molotov 
D. Barack Obama            E. None of the above

6) "I think it's time to send a clear message to what has become the most profitable sector in (the) entire economy that they are being watched."

A. Pinochet                      B. Milosevic                           C. Saddam Hussein 
D. Barack Obama            E. None of the above

The  answers  are:
(1)   E. None of the above. Statement was made by Hillary Clinton 6/29/2004

(2)   E. None of the above. Statement was made by Hillary Clinton 5/29/2007

(3)  E. None of the above. Statement was made by Hillary Clinton 6/4/2007

(4)   E. None of the above. Statement was made by Hillary Clinton 6/4/2007

(5 )  E. None of the above. Statement was made by Hillary Clinton 6/4/2007

(6).  E. None of the above. Statement was made by Hillary Clinton 9/2/2005

Want to know something scary?

She may be the next president if you don't forward this to everyone that you know.

Friday, October 17, 2014

Ebola outbreak projections for the United States defy CDC's false assurances

(NaturalNews) After watching the testimony of CDC director Tom Friedan (and others) before a congressional committee today, it is abundantly obvious that no official source is going to tell the truth about the realistic danger of an exploding Ebola outbreak in the United States. Under the leadership of Frieden, the CDC has reached a state of delusional denial that staggers the mind, continuing to insist that Ebola cannot be spread through indirect contact (i.e. via contaminated surfaces).

The droning mantra of the CDC has now become, "We will consider any options that help reduce risk to Americans." Yet somehow those options do not include air travel isolation -- a fundamental tool in halting any pandemic outbreak.

The official CDC / government position

The U.S. government has gone from saying that Ebola won't ever come to America to saying Ebola is now in America but is completely under control. Now that the virus keeps infecting surprising numbers of new victims, the new spin offered in today's congressional testimony is, "American will not experience a serious Ebola outbreak."

With the CDC leading the blind charge, the U.S. government has now officially adopted a position of quack science denial of reality. It is now perfectly clear to everyone who understands the principles of virology and disease outbreaks that every claim and assurance now uttered by the CDC must be immediately assumed to be a half-truth. Unlike with the hoaxed swine flu pandemic where the CDC was madly hyping up a largely fictional pandemic in order to create demand for more vaccines, the CDC is now fully invested in "downplay" mode, resorting to denials and obfuscations instead of the exaggerations we're used to hearing from the CDC.

This increasingly convinces me that this Ebola outbreak is not only very real but actually far worse than we are being told. "Never believe something is true," the saying goes, "until the government officially denies it." And today, the CDC is adamantly denying that the Ebola outbreak taking place in America right now is any problem at all.

Why I'm thankful for frontline CDC workers even though I strongly disagree with CDC leadership

I want to clarify that my criticism of the CDC is solely directed at the CDC leadership and not the rank-and-file CDC scientists and workers who are legitimately trying to save lives. They deserve our thanks and support for working extremely long hours in their attempts to halt this pandemic, even if they have been misled by their employer and not told the truth about the origins of this Ebola strain.

Sadly, these people are working under the leadership of a government department that seems to deliberately want Ebola to spread. Why else would the agency still refuse to recommend BSL-4 biohazard gear for all medical staffers treating Ebola patients? Why else would the CDC continue to ridiculously insist that Ebola cannot be spread via contaminated medical gear or surfaces? The agency's foolish clinging to the exclusivity of the "direct contact" theory of Ebola transmission is already proving disastrous. How long will it take for the CDC to finally admit that its direct contact theory is flatly false?

Because of the delusional state of CDC leadership right now, it's worth exploring independent projections of the Ebola outbreak that has already begun. Below, I offer my own best estimates on what we're likely to face from Ebola in the years ahead. All such projections are, of course, subject to change if circumstances change or if new advances are made in the prevention or treatment of Ebola.

Duration of preparedness supplies

Based on what we've learned over just the last few days, I am updating my recommendations for isolation self-reliance storage supplies to a minimum of 42 days (six weeks). This means that all the supplies you need for day-to-day consumption must be gathered in sufficient quantities to ride out a six-week mandatory quarantine in your own home.

Naturally, 42 days is a bare minimum and you would be far smarter to cover yourself and your family members for a period of 90 days, 180 days or even longer.

These supplies should include food, water, medicine, emergency power needs, heating and cooling, pet food supplies and so on. Water is often the most challenging for families because of the enormous quantities needed. I like to recommend 4 gallons per person per day, but in a pinch you could survive on half that. This means that a family of four needs, at bare minimum, about 250 gallons of water per month (and that barely covers basic hygiene and cooking needs). So a six-week supply of minimum water needs is roughly 375 gallons, or about 7 of those large 55-gallon barrels full of water.

If you're lucky, the public water supply might still function during a serious outbreak, in which case you can get by with a high-quality water filter. Based on my recent laboratory testing, the gravity water filter that removes the most toxic elements is the Big Berkey with both the ceramic elements on top and the arsenic / fluoride elements attached below. In this configuration the Berkey filters also remove significant quantities of uranium, strontium, aluminum and other elements (I'll be sharing actual ICP-MS laboratory results soon).

When planning for supplies, don't forget all the pandemic medical supplies you'll need: bleach, full body isolation suits, full face respirators, latex gloves, plastic sheeting, duct tape and so on.

Chance of CDC and western medicine halting Ebola in the USA

I currently estimate a 1 in 4 chance of the CDC and U.S. health authorities successfully preventing any "serious" Ebola outbreaks in America. By "serious," I mean a ten or more people infected in a single region.

This means I currently believe there is a 75% chance that we will see an outbreak involving at least 10 people in the United States sometime within the next 24 months.

I do believe, however, that the current Dallas outbreak will be controlled. Perhaps I'm being overly optimistic in that, considering all the hundreds of people who have potentially been exposed via air travel, and I'll watch closely over the next 42 days to see how many additional infections (if any) might have taken place.

Of course, there's always a possibility that infections have already spread to more than 10 people from the Dallas outbreak, but we won't even know for six more weeks. That's because we now know the incubation period for Ebola is really 42 days, not the 21 days we've all been told by the CDC.

In other words, every time there is a new infection identified, the clocks starts ticking on a 42-day countdown. If no new infections are reported during that 42-day countdown, then we can be confident the virus did not spread.

It is worth noting that James Wesley Rawles, former U.S. Army intelligence officer and founder of www.SurvivalBlog.com also predicts the CDC will be unable to stop Ebola from sooner or later spreading across America. Like me, Rawles believes the most substantial long-term threat comes from the likely spread of Ebola in Central or South America from which it would then rapidly spread to North America via uncontrolled border crossings.

I continue to believe this is the most likely scenario that would overwhelm the U.S. medical system and lead to the uncontrolled spread of Ebola across U.S. cities.

Timing of serious outbreaks across the United States

If you review the spread of Ebola in Liberia and Sierra Leone, you realize it took less than one year for Ebola to go from a handful of people to infecting over 10,000 per month.

With this strain of Ebola, which may have been weaponized, the time required to go from a very small number of infections to over one million infections, according to CDC computer modeling, is barely over a year (13 - 15 months).

Of course, we were repeatedly told that the USA has "first world hospitals" and advanced medical technology, so Ebola can't spread in the USA. But it did spread in precisely the way we were told it wouldn't: among medical staff working in a "first world hospital" in Dallas.

Now we're told, "America is not Liberia," implying that Ebola somehow won't infect people from rich nations. But it's an idiotic statement. Ebola doesn't care about your economic status or nationality, and it can't tell the difference between a Liberian and an American. Bluntly stated, Ebola doesn't check your passport before deciding to infect you.

In many ways, in fact, America is MORE vulnerable to Ebola than Liberia:

• America has a higher population density

• Americans travel more frequently than Liberians, creating more opportunities to spread a pandemic

• Americans are more immunosuppressed from mass medications

• Americans are more psychology invested in a state of denial, believing that Ebola can't possibly infect them because that's what the American government keeps telling them

12 - 24 months

For these reasons, I think a serious, uncontrolled outbreak of Ebola in America would emerge 12 - 24 months following a serious uncontrolled outbreak of Ebola in any Central or South American nation (such as El Salvador or even Mexico). On the positive side, however, if Ebola can be prevented from taking hold in Mexico or any countries to the south, there is a very strong chance it can be substantially kept out of the continental United States.

If Ebola spreads uncontrolled across the United States and isn't halted with some extraordinary intervention (medical or otherwise), I estimate the number of fatalities could reach 30 million in a worst-case scenario, which would take several years to unfold and "burn out." That's roughly 10% of the U.S. population, and I must emphasize this is a worst-case scenario, not the most likely scenario.

I also realize that some will argue that this number is not nearly high enough for a worst-case scenario. If Ebola has a 50% - 70% fatality rate, they would argue, then an uncontrolled infection across the United States should produce 150+ million fatalities. But that assumes a 100% infection rate and also that the virus maintains its high fatality rate. Usually when viruses mutate to become more successful at spreading, they become less likely to kill their hosts. So we are likely to see a fatality rate significantly lower than 50% if this virus is given more opportunities to spread and mutate.

My "worst case" estimate of 30 million people comes from the formula of a 20% fatality rate with the infection of 150 million people over a period of several years.

What I'm doing to help save lives and prevent the pandemic

I hope and pray that nothing like this ever comes to pass, and I'm working very diligently every day to try to educate the public and help save lives through my free online audio course at www.BioDefense.com

Since there's not much I can do on the front lines with hospitals and patients -- that's the CDC's domain -- I am contributing to the safety of society in the best way I know how: by teaching people principles of Pandemic Preparedness so that lives will be saved if the CDC fails to contain this.

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