The earliest strains of Bacillus were detected in early 1993. In 1994 the first outbreak was reported from Columbus, Ohio. Bacillus is a single-celled organism. Being parasitic in nature, Bacillus produces harsh infectious noise to weaken the defenses, invade subcutaneous tissue, and deteriorate synapse functionality. Since 1993 Bacillus has been spreading virulent sonic pathogens on an unsuspecting population. It serves as the vanguard to the retaliation of nature against the rampant overpopulation, pollution and consumption of humankind. The current standard practice of medicine and disease control is severely lacking, leaving much of the public immunodeficient and vulnerable to epidemic disasters. More and more diseases are becoming drug-resistant through overuse of antibiotics, leaving people with little options to combat the more virulent and fatal strains that are cropping up on a more regular basis. In 1997 the laboratories that monitor, study and catalog the constantly mutating strains from Bacillus moved from Ohio to Seattle where the hot zone of activity is currently centered. Bacillus went into a five-year remission from 1998 to 2003, but has since re-emerged with renewed strength. There is no known cure against Bacillus and there is nothing in development. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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