He sends photos of this virus to Peter Jahrling and they realize they are facing a level 4 hot agent. They decide to test this virus with the ones in the blood samples of Ebola or Marburg. Dalgard doesn't like this idea and doesn't want to give them access to the house until more details are given. Later, a worker named Jarvis Purdy at the building suffers from a heart attack and believe this may be related to Ebola and order them to report any strange behavior from him. Their crew soon goes into the monkey house to investigate.
Speech Sounds 1) Summary A mysterious disease has swept across the nation and deprived many of their abilities of communication; speeches, literacy, as well as the lives of numerous people were lost. Rye, after the death of her family to the disease, was making a trip to Pasadena out of loneliness and desperation in search of her remaining relatives. While riding on the bus Rye encountered Obsidian, a man dressed in police uniform trying to restore peace in a society where miscommunication led to violence and government was obsolete. Rye felt an extreme jealousy towards Obsidian after finding out that he was capable of reading and writing. As the two returns to Rye’s home, they saw a man chasing after a woman, he proceeds to kill the
The year is 1832 Pablo King, Henry Clay, and Nicholas Biddle is super stressed out about the Bank of The United States closing. Pablo King is a senator from Georgia and owns a cotton plantation with lots of slaves on it. He also is an immigrant from Spain. The president, Andrew Jackson, is very sick in the White House suffering from a gunshot wound. The infection is spreading throughout his body making him weaker.
When he goes back to school a lot of his peers were either scared or angry at him because before he had amnesia he was a bully. Now he has to figure out who he is and who he was. In the beginning of he book Chase Ambrose wakes up in a hospital after the accident he had of falling of the roof of his house. He doesn’t remember what his name is, who his family members are or what he was doing before he fell off the roof. He feels confused and when the doctor comes in he tells everyone that he has a dislocated shoulder and amnesia.
After being shot, doctors rushed to the train station and began trying to locate the bullets to remove them. Since doctors did not believe germs existed, they did not disinfect the area around the president or their hands, which they used to feel around inside of his body. This caused a spread of germs which later developed into an infection which he finally succumbed to after about a month in the hospital. Critic of Guiteau’s guilt and author of a book about Garfield’s assassination, Candice Millard, blames the doctors by claiming, “If they had just left him alone he almost certainly would have survived” (CBS 1). This is backed up by the fact that the bullets were found to have not hit any vital organs.
Terrible incidents continue to follow Billy such as the loss of his wife in a car accident and later survived an airplane crash with heavily injures in his head. Surviving a terrible war and terrible postwar experiences made Billy spend some time in a mental hospital and all of a sudden he began talking about his imaginary race Tralfamadorian. In a mental hospital Billy socializes with another patient, Eliot Rosewater, a repeated character of Vonnegut’s previous novel God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater, where he is introduces to the works of the science-fiction writer Kilgore Trout especially with the novel The Big Board, which creates out the scenario of his later adventures on Tralfamadore. In Slaughterhouse-Five, Vonnegut leaves the reader decide the implication of the science fiction in his novel whether it is used as a strategic means to remove attention from the horror of Dresden atrocity or it is simply a product of schizophrenic mind of his character to flee from harsh reality to a fantastic
They jumped in leaves, threw them into the air, and even raked a few, too. Unfortunately, the following days were very different: 3-year-old Grace got pneumonia and was taken to the hospital. Though there was no way to have known, Grace’s father felt terrible. The illness was due to the time spent in the leaves a few days earlier, as Grace had allergies and asthma that hadn’t been previously diagnosed. As a next step, Grace
Cambodians were killed in mass numbers once they had reached the labor camps. They were killed because they were inefficient workers, they did not listen, or even if they were ill. This greatly reduced the cambodian population (Ngor 214). In Night, once Elie reaches the camp, a doctor named Dr. Mengele examines the physical condition of the prisoners’ bodies. He determines whether or not the prisoners would be capable of doing labor or if they were sick.
The main character, Charlie, has suffered from schizophrenia since the story began, hurting his self-confidence when beginning high school. The first time his condition is emphasized in recorded time is after he takes acid and has a trip. Once he is in the hospital and is discussing what he went through on this “trip” he says he has visions, immediately forcing his mother to become stressed and concerned for his health and well being. Once again, Charlie’s serious case came up after his friends left for college. He resorted to having visions of his aunt’s death, causing him to feel the need to kill himself.
One boy recalled the results of many of his brothers surgeries, leaving him paralyzed, later removing his sexual organs, then eventually dead (Victims par.5). One woman has a memory when she was ten years old in one of Dr. Mengele 's experiments sitting in a cold room naked for eight hours with her twin sister, and in one arm blood was being drawn and in the other a substance was being injected (Survivor par.7). He would also conduct experiments to make sea-water drinkable. The subject would be deprived of any food and only were given chemically processed seawater. Severe damages to the body would be the result to these experiments (Josef par.5).