Arthur Firstenberg noticed a relation between pandemics and wireless technology. I visualized the information in the table below. It’s a best effort using the website of mainly the WHO, CDC, Wikipedia and others.
|1886||Alternating current||1889||1000||Asiatic/Russian flu||H3N8, H2N3, OC43 (cv) (Uncertain)|
|1917||Radio waves||1918||2000-5000||Spanish flu||H1N1|
|1956||Remote TV controller|
Atomic power plantsAtomic power plants
|1968||Satellites in Van Allen Belt||1968||1000-4000||Hong Kong flu||H3N2|
|1976||Apple first PC||1977||Russian flu||H1N1|
|1981||1G||1982-1983||FMD*, HIV||H3N2, H1N1|
|1992||2G||1992-1993||“They wanted to hide these 2 flu outbreaks?”||A(H3N2), B influenza => Death vaccine*|
|1992-1993||Hanta virus (4 corners)|
|2009-2012||4G||2010||18,5 (lab confirmed)|
*FMD: foot-and-mouth disease
*Death vaccine: The 1992-93 influenza vaccine contained A/Texas/36/91(H1N1), A/Beijing/353/ 89(H3N2), and B/Panama/45/90. For the 1993-94 season, the influenza A(H3N2) component was updated to the A/Beijing/32/92(H3N2) strain, and the influenza A(H1N1) and B components were retained. For 1994-95, the influenza A(H3N2) component in the vaccine was updated to A/Shangdong/09/93, and the influenza A(H1N1) and B components were retained.
*MERS: South Korea, Saudi-Arabia +- 500 deaths.
Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS), also known as camel flu.