Let me say publicly that DonBoy’s answer exudes a combination of intuitive genius and confidence that make me think DonBoy is going to do big things in his life. -- Steven D. Levitt (Freakonomics blog)
Monday, November 01, 2004
Flu pandemics -- global epidemics of new strains of disease that kill an unusually high number of people -- come on average every 27 years. The last one was in 1968.
"We are 36 years out. We believe that we are closer to the next pandemic than we ever were," Stohr told a news conference.
Yes...I'm pretty sure that's true.