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New H1N1 Swine Flu Virus in China

| June 30, 2020 | 14 Comments
New H1N1 Swine Flu Virus in China

Here we go again! First. we’re still dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. While the infection and death rates are dropping in many states, in others where the distancing rules have been too loose too soon, the infection rates seem to be picking up a bit. Some of it is due to carelessness, some may be […]

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More Perspective on the Wuhan Coronavirus

| June 24, 2020 | 29 Comments
More Perspective on the Wuhan Coronavirus

I saw an Internet meme about 3 weeks ago that caught my eye. It came out around Memorial Day, and observed that “more people had now died from the (Wuhan coronavirus) than were killed in combat in Vietnam and Korea combined”. I’m pretty sure the timing was intentional. I was reminded of this the other […]

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Dexamethasone can Improve Coronavirus survival Rate

| June 17, 2020 | 11 Comments
Dexamethasone can Improve Coronavirus survival Rate

Dexamethasone is cheap and widely available. Researchers in the UK utilized this steroid on coronavirus patients who needed breathing machines or supplemental oxygen. The results showed promise. Those who took it had a better chance of avoiding death. The British Parliament authorized its use in the UK. From USA Today: The study, led by the […]

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How a Learned Habit Contributed to Pandemic Spread

| June 14, 2020 | 53 Comments
How a Learned Habit Contributed to Pandemic Spread

The cashier coughed into her hands. Without washing or sanitizing her hands, she handled the money and merchandise she was holding during the cough. She handed the merchandize, and change, to the customer. My chance of getting this cashier was 50%. I turned that into zero percent as I left the line and returned my […]

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Reality Check

| June 10, 2020 | 11 Comments
Reality Check

AOC’s brilliant plan to eliminate fossil fuels is not getting a good reception in the working classes. However, Biden appears to be floating over in that direction while voters are slowly oozing away from him, in the opposite direction.  In fact, people who would normally vote Democrat appear to be moving to the right-hand side […]

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Opinions on Where Things Are Heading

| June 9, 2020 | 37 Comments
Opinions on Where Things Are Heading

Youtube video interview below is by Stuart Varney with Steve Forbes (Forbes magazine) discussing future probabilities if the Democrays win the next election. Remember, Biden is the candidate now, and from what I’ve seen of him, so close to the edge of vacuity that he was “chosen” because he’s dumb enough to do whatever he’s […]

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Curiouser and Curiouser, Said Alice

| June 8, 2020 | 50 Comments
Curiouser and Curiouser, Said Alice

It’s almost been like going down the rabbit hole, hasn’t it? Things you never thought you’d see have become nearly commonplace: shuttered stores and restaurants, huge loss of jobs (not discounting the recent 1.9 million back at work now), and a massive wave of illness that is possible to cure – soon, we all hope. […]

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Don’t Shut Protests Over Coronavirus Concerns

| June 7, 2020 | 28 Comments
Don’t Shut Protests Over Coronavirus Concerns

Remember when health professionals got angry when armed demonstrators protested the stay at home orders? Well, 1,288 health professionals signed an open letter arguing against shutting down these protests for coronavirus purposes. In this letter, they identify “white supremacy” as a contributor to the coronavirus. The letter starts off by mentioning the health professionals condemnation […]

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