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Coronavirus and the 17-Year Cicada Cycle

Over the past couple of weeks the Coronavirus that started in Wuhan, China has turned into a major event. Sadly, there are now more than 2800 cases reported and the virus has now spread across the globe. There are even several cases confirmed in the United States. At first, this virus was thought to be something that was contained and under control, but now it seems to be spreading rapidly.

There are always diseases that sprout up from time to time. In 2014, there was the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. This disease was horrible and struck fear in people across the African continent, thankfully, it was contained within a few months. The current Coronavirus is roughly 6 years after the Ebola outbreak. Also, many people probably remember the SARS outbreak. That outbreak occurred in 2003 in China’s Guangdong province, which borders Hong Kong. This horrible disease started roughly 17 years ago. This cycle is known as the cicada cycle. The cicada bug awakens and arrives on the earth every 17-years from a long absence. These bugs seem to terrorize the surrounding areas. In fact, there is a similar type of event actually going on right now in Eastern Africa.

Fortunately, these cicada bugs only live for about five to six weeks above ground before dying. We can only hope that the Coronavirus which has emerged roughly 17-years after the SARS outbreak will last that long. All cycles seem to have a life-span that is unique to the event. The SARS outbreak lasted a little more than a years time. We can only wonder how long the Coronavirus will last before it is under control.

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