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  1. Netherlands recalls defective masks imported from China nothing suspect about any of this... i am sure they are sincere with efforts to assist. 🤧 🤢 🤮
  2. just a regular flu season bro... nothing unusual about that interview at all... and no media jumping up and down over the WHO's early stances on person to person transmission, or social gathering, or travel... though i suspect a nice super cut is on its way soon, highlighting this. also, again pointing to: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-03-23/china-s-mobile-carriers-lose-15-million-users-as-virus-bites https://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2020/03/24/21-million-chinese-cellphone-users-disappear-in-three-months-of-pandemic/ the Bloomberg article updated too 21 million as well.
  3. sure thing Doro... while you hand-wave nonsense.... i'll provide some additional interesting observations about China: from the vid above: the 21 million cell phone drop is interesting, as is the Wuhan Lab job application looking to study the molecular mechanism for Ebola and SARS to co-exist in bats.
  4. and then there is the question of reinfection... what percentage of the recovered are actually immune? additionally what if the virus does cause secondary health risks, or permanent damage and someone who recovers the first time, isn't so lucky when reinfected? regardless testing is not at 100% saturation in every country and tests do not produce 100% accurate results, so for now we have reports and we are still basically watching surge points. so comparisons have limitations.
  5. China to the rescue!!! Coronavirus tests Spain purchased from China fail to detect positive cases 30% sensitivity tests unreliable. 80% is the industry standard? seems 100% certainty when it comes to tests, no one is there yet.
  6. math on fatality rate seems off... 578 of 11,658 is not 81.1%, (rather 4.9579687768% or almost 5% of UK infected are dying...) so they are using a more sensational calculation. additionally US is currently at 1.4449278134%, or 1.5% of infected die. on March 11 Italy was reporting 12,462 cases & 827 deaths. 20 days is April first. looks like the less than 20 days is gonna be about right. the first week of April will be a pretty interesting dynamic to watch. big bills like rent coming due, etc. it is one thing to evict a small number of people, what happens across the globe defaulting happens en masse? will there be another dynamic shift in news cycles?
  7. highlighting something i found rather interesting recently. Amy Klobuchars husband contracted China Syndrome very recently and she has been doing interviews making a claim that he was coughing up blood. now is this for dramatic effect, or is she telling the truth? i'd lean that this would not be something you'd lie about: and true to form, she says almost identical talking points in the retelling of this story that starts around the 3:15 mark here: i point to this because what i have seen in cases that take off, is all sorts of weirdness that shows rather atypical behavior. vomiting blood doesn't really seem typical for cold and flu virus's. neither does fitful body tremors: and with the recent Hantavirus popping up, doesn't help with clarity having another "animal" potentially confusing the data. the genetic mapping data from this virus really needs to be examined and exposed. why are there so many instances of people feeling fine, or having minor symptoms, that all of a sudden turn dramatic? what is this virus doing to RNA (potentially DNA) at the molecular level? seems important if testing data is to be truly reliable and not potentially misleading.
  8. ah yes, nervous Amy: the snow queen: i have more to say regarding Amy, but i'll put it in the Covid thread...
  9. maybe hiding for a week was the best idea... and when will Joe be announcing his female VP pick?
  10. how bout one that jumped from animal (bat) to animal (pangolin) to human in a wet market in Wuhan & one that broke containment in a lab in Wuhan? again this plays to the uncertainty about asymptomatic spread via air, vs via skin shedding. and both scenarios plausibly being contagious without symptoms. either carriers need masks... or everyone does. and the whole interplay between the World Health organization and China since end of December, up to the present. if this is only natures "fury" i would agree. atypical behavior from traditional corona-viruses to something more like a retro-virus, or hybrid behavior is just the kind of mad scientist conspiracy stuff one would expect from lab cooking, or a country that clones pandas back from extinction, or has gene editing babies controversy hanging over their collective heads. it may only be natures fury. time will tell. and fortunately that won't take forever. even with China covering things up early on.
  11. assuming what is being transmitted via air is even the same thing... what the face masks are for. does this new brand of "sickness" have multiple vectors of transmission? or is there more than one strain in circulation? has anyone considered 2 strains of "Wuhan" virus in circulation? here we are almost 4 months later & what is known still seems rather fuzzy. Chinese doctors to first encounter it, said it was "SARS" like. which again plays to face masks being important. but again, this assumes only some characteristics. its the parts that aren't SARS "like" that has me asking questions. ... you seem certain. cure, no cure... it would be my guess this happens regardless. some people are addicted to order:
  12. i never said you did... well if you want to get into the subject of release control valves... an interesting study on what was done then Vs. what is done now. got programing? it is an amazing phenomena to witness. actually i didn't have Blexit, or Kanye in mind. if you have something to suggest... spit it out. as long as people of color have immunity from racism & it is solely a white persons disease... feel free to completely ignore things like "Han" Chinese and what they did to Koreans, Japanese & other Asian populations... never mind their intentions for the rest of the planet... and we can additionally ignore Chinese regimes current operations in African countries. or all the other non white tribal feuds strewn across the history of the globe. tribalism benefits the in-group almost universally to the detriment of the out-group. history is also replete with those on all spectrum of the compass trying to enact solutions too. something deceptive in the human psyche that sees absolution via, "washing ones hands" of a stain. regardless, scape-goating Trump... will fail.
  13. i am sure all the black people attacking them will stop now. because you know... this is purely a problem caused by Trump and his supporters. why is it these incidents happen predominantly in BLUE STATES? or is it simply there aren't enough Asians in Red States... maybe they need to be strengthened with some more diversity. how much is mapped and known of this virus? (China commanded early samples being studied by Doctors be turned over to government offices or destroyed, a curious move to say the least.) what if the virus is spreading via asymptomatic viral shedding? why is it assumed the Wuhan Virus has only one stage? Herpes (2 stage) is also a virus, once caught, it never goes away. what if the long term effects, don't actually provide immunity? or there are byproducts of infection? how much is actually known regarding this virus? also Trump hasn't made any action yet. until he does, could be nothing more than an A/B test, for data. he also signaled a pardon for: which i would honestly rather see happen first... but on that front, nothing yet either.
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