Viruses replicate in
heterothropic parts of cells-- also see Bacteria

EPA, WEF and state regulators say these viruses obey the laws and will not hurt you.
  Biohazard Level 2 Laboratory Safety Handling Procedures are Required, except on your food & lawn

By Jim Bynum                                                                                                                7/31/2007

In the last twenty-five years,acute Illnesses, chronic sickness and deaths have been caused by
viruses once thought to be beneficial. New veruses have emerged and old ones have become
very deadly.

In 1989 EPA  only acknowledged nine viruses in sludge biosolids: 1)
Entroviruses -no disease; 2)
Poliovirus --Gastroenteritis, meningitis, carditis, nervous system involvement,  pneumonia,
infectious hepatitis; 3)
Coxsackieviruses -- Infectious Hepatitis; 4)  Echovirus --no disease; 5)
Hepatitis A (HAV)--no disease ;  6) Norwalk =  Gastroenteritis; 7) Norwalk like viruses--
Gastroenteritis; 8)
Reovirus --- Respiratory infections,  gastroenteritis; and, 9) Rotavirus --  
Gastroenteritis, infant diarrhea

In 1992, published information was limited to, "Most of these pathogens are very deadly to
humans and animals.  Of the nine viruses, Entroviruses or Picornaviruses (152 species)
pathogens can cause gastrointestinal problems, respiratory problems and can also be fatal.
Poliovirus (3 species) pathogens cause inflammation of the grey matter of the spinal cord.  
Coxsackievirus A (23 species), B (6 species) pathogens are mostly mild, but they can cause
inflammation of the heart in newborns. While Echovirus (31 species) pathogens primarily cause
inflammation of the heart, spinal cord and brain, Hepatitis A virus pathogens cause liver
problems and can lead to death. Norwalk viruses and Norwalk like virus pathogens cause mostly
diseases of the gastrointestinal tract and Rotavirus causes acute gastroenteritis.

Since 1992, all of these viruses in sludge biosolids have become even more deadly.  They
require biohazard level 2 safety procedures for handling in a laboratory.

Why would EPA and WEF claim it is safe for our children to play on these viral contaminated
sludge biosolids and reclaimed water disposal sites -- farms, play grounds, school grounds, state
and city parks as well as home lawns?

VIRUS FAMILIES: See Glossary of

non-enveloped virus  --  require intermediate to high level liquid chemical
          germicide to inactivate in laboratory

Adenoviruses, --gastrointestinal tract, conjunctiva, central nervous system, and urinary tract;
          many species induce malignancy,
human Obesity

Astroviruses, ---gastroenteritis in humans and other animals

caliciviruses, ---(Noroviruses - Norwalk - Norwalk like viruses) acute gastroenteritis and
          inflammation of the stomach and intestines
          Human noroviruses are the predominant cause of foodborne gastroenteritis
          worldwide.  (August 2007) Human type norovirus found in cattle.
papovaviruses ---[Polyomavirus and Papillomasvirus],  25 million U.S. children and women

parvoviruses, ---Fifth disease, slapped cheek disease, spontaneous abortion, transient aplastic,
          hydrops fetalis, seronegative arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis,

picornaviruses ---(enteroviruses, Poliovirus, Coxsackievirus, Echovirus,  and hepatitis A virus),
          memory loss and other neurological symptoms.

Reoviruses     Respiratory infections,  gastroenteritis

Rotavirus --   Gastroenteritis, infant diarrhea, -- 592,000 infants and young children <5 years old
          die each year from rotavirus diarrhea,

Enveloped viruses, -- low levels of disinfection with liquid chemical germicides
          to inactivate in laboratory

arenaviruses,---Hemorrhagic fever in the Southwest

bunyaviruses,-----Hantavirus Hemorrhagic fever in Southwest, lung edema and pulmonary
          failure.  Mortality is around 55%

coronaviruses, ----SARS, upper respiratory, gastrointestinal tract, pneumonia, new viruses

filoviruses,------viral hemorrhagic fevers

flaviviruses, ----encephalitis, --West Nile virus, dengue virus, Tick-borne Encephalitis
          Virus, Yellow  Fever Virus

Herpesviruses, ----severe pathogenesis and often death in untreated individuals, infectious
          mononucleosis, Burkitt's lymphoma, CNS (Central Nervous System) lymphoma,
          nasopharyngeal carcinoma, Kaposi's sarcoma, chickenpox and shingles, genital
          herpes, mononucleosis, retinitis, roseola infantum

orthomyxoviruses, -----Influenzavirus A, human pandemic deaths,

paramyxoviruses, ---    mumps, measles, which caused 745,000 deaths in 2001 and respiratory
          syncytial virus (RSV) which is the major cause of bronchiolitis and pneumonia in
          infants and children.

pestiviruses,---- infect mammals, member of the Flavivivirus family

poxviruses, -----Small pox, infection of the skin or occasionally of the mucous membranes

retroviruses,----- attack Helper T cells.

rhabdoviruses, ----vesicular stomatitis virus, Rabies