Why have there been many swine flu deaths in Mexico, but not elsewhere? One possibility: the water. Water in Mexico is often contaminated, especially on farms. And reports suggest that the source of the swine flu outbreak may be a Mexican village near a pig farm.
Recall, if you will, that last year’s Salmonella contamination was eventually traced back to irrigation water at a Mexican farm.
Nobody is reporting that water is the reason for the swine flu outbreak. Just a thought. Whether it is or not:
Don’t drink the water!
P.S. According to a viral e-mail, we may have located the real reason for the outbreak: