Have any of you been tracking the rate of new Ebola infections? It seems that there is pretty clear exponential growth, and the virus is anything but contained. Is anyone else bothered by this? By looking at this just mathematically, some huge swath of people will become infected. At a certain point the shear number of infections could threaten to collapse the efforts to contain it. Maybe the outbreak is just too big to contain. Maybe the outbreak is too slow moving to cause a health care collapse. I'm no epidemiologist, but I'm guessing that this outbreak will continue for years into the future.