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Friday, July 10, 2015

Interview With Author David Chen, M.D

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re: The ALTA Project


1.    You work in a hospital. Do you think it is really possible for a pandemic to threaten the planet? Yes I do. Every year we are threatened by another infectious disease. The recent Ebola outbreak was case in point.

2.    How would the world react to such a situation? There would be an initial degree of pandemonium followed by an attempt to control the situation which would require marshal law and government security.

3.    Do you think humans will kill each other via war, terrorism, germicide, nuclear accidents, technological sabotage or other means before a disease or storm wipes us out? Humans are already doing that on a small scale but a disease could do it on a much larger scale.

4.    Humanity seems to know it will become extinct. Why are we so aware of this? I actually disagree with that statement. Some humans believe that, others do not. My book is based on the belief that while a catastrophic event could potentially happen, humanity will continue, but not like it currently is.


5.    With the world thrust into chaos and panic, would some humans seize such an opportunity to rape, kill, and steal? They do now.

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