-$2.4 million for a new condom design whose inventor is now being investigated for fraud,
-$939,000 to discover that male fruit flies prefer younger females,
-$257,000 to create a companion website for first lady Michelle Obama's White House garden,
-592,000 to determine that chimpanzees with the best poop-flinging skills are also the best communicators, and another $117,000 to learn that most chimps are right-handed.
-$325,000 to learn that marriages are happier when wives calm down more quickly during arguments with their husbands
-$548,000 to find out if 30-something partiers feel immature after they binge drink while people in their mid-20s don't.
And that's only a short list of the outrageous nonsense that gets funded by pointy-headed bureaucrats at the NIH, with tax money that was forcibly taken at gunpoint from any citizen who has a job.
And here's some helpful advice on how to save three quarters of a million dollars studying handedness in monkeys: for the price of a notebook, pen, and a ticket to the local zoo, observe with which hand they throw their poo and masturbate.
I don't know the cost of developing an Ebola vaccine, but cut out the idiotic research that IS being funded and you'll have a nice start on Ebola.