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The deadly E.coli outbreak in Germany has claimed nearly 40 lives and has already been named the world's largest. The World Health Organization says the infection is spreading to European countries,Canada and even to the US. But unfortunately the source of the outbreak may be a scientist. We are still trying to figure out the evolution of that deadly strain, but the uncertainty has lead to a lot of questions. Mike Adams, health ranger and editor in chief of, explains.

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Comment by Kal'Narred on June 21, 2011 at 11:35am
Only watch this if you have a relatively strong constitution
Comment by Kal'Narred on June 21, 2011 at 11:34am
i think the chickens are fine, it's because cows or bovines have a particular digestive system for grasing. E-coli is a bacteria which is found in the gut of most (if not all) animals and is a good bacteria which helps our digestive system. For some reason (I'm afraid I'm not a bio-chemist) the breakdown of corn in a cows digestive system causes the safe e-coli to mutate and become dangerous.
Comment by Kal'Narred on June 21, 2011 at 6:50am
Here's the truth of it. Deadly E-coli occurred when food manufacturers started feeding cows on corn to fatten them up quicker. Cow's stomachs are not supposed to digest corn, they are supposed to digest grass. Also the cows are left in a small enclosure and are knee deep in there own and each others faecal matter, which is not cleaned off till after slaughter and preparation. The reason this is kept quiet is because the directors of the food production companies have people in the food regulatory bodies, also the reason for the vegi-liable law. My information came from the documentary "Food Inc" (not a good watch for the sensitive animal lover)

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