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does it even kill anymore??
#21
(08-30-2020, 07:49 PM)andrew_o Wrote: ..........................................
In essence the virus has pretty much killed whoever it was going to kill.

HOW did it do that if it only infected a tiny portion of the population??
are you thinking it picked and chose the ones it could kill as it's first victims???


and then later when it affects a much larger portion, Less NUMBERS (not portions) die.


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It's a typical infection curve.

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true, but only when the mutations make that happen as the germ gets weaker
this germ seems as clinically dangerous as initially.
other than the obvious observation of it not killing people


ALL the researchers are telling us this virus is NOT mutating (or at least minor)

but IF it DOES mutate a lot, won't a vaccine be hard to find?
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#22
(08-31-2020, 02:30 AM)DaveGillie Wrote:
(08-30-2020, 07:49 PM)andrew_o Wrote: ..........................................
In essence the virus has pretty much killed whoever it was going to kill.

HOW did it do that if it only infected a tiny portion of the population??
are you thinking it picked and chose the ones it could kill as it's first victims???


and then later when it affects a much larger portion, Less NUMBERS (not portions) die.


Quote:andrew_o
..............
It's a typical infection curve.

.
true, but only when the mutations make that happen as the germ gets weaker
this germ seems as clinically dangerous as initially.
other than the obvious observation of it not killing people


ALL the researchers are telling us this virus is NOT mutating (or at least minor)

but IF it DOES mutate a lot, won't a vaccine be hard to find?

Rolleyes Rolleyes Rolleyes  If it is a typical "infection curve" we have only seen the first wave, which is now receeding.

Add a new strain of the flu to the mix, and we can expect a really interesting Winter Season.
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#23
It's culling all the fat useless fuckers.

It's doing your nation a favour!
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#24
(09-02-2020, 08:40 PM)andrew_o Wrote: It's culling all the fat useless fuckers.

It's doing your nation a favour!

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but it's NOT just  "my nation".

and that explains death RATE,
in no way that I can imagine does it explain why now that more and more of those "fat fuckers" are GETTING it,
Less NUMBERS of them end up dead.

You don't wanna even guess???


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#25
The 'cases' curve is meaningless - it's just the number of positive tests, but the chart on the right is interesting. Judging by that it's peaked and on the way down now.

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Your second wave shown above was likely a function of:

The size and geographic diversity of the USA
The easing of lockdown in some areas
The riots spreading it around

Either way, it's on its way down now.
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#26
Today's Observation:

FIRST Day of School, my son goes to the local one here in farming community, one of few having physical instead of digital.
When I pick him up I notice 100% of everyone has MASKS on and properly worn. Distancing seems proper as can be for High Schoolers.


THEN my wife insists we order food out from a local tavern with new management
I go in to pick up the food and find the place PACKED with OLD local people -
buy "old" I mean 65 to 85 years old!!!!
very friendly outgoing group, NO SOCIAL Distancing, NO MASKS (even tho required by law if not sitting down eating/drinking)
Band yelling out songs (with spit) on the dancers - no masks and really OLD people - did I say that?? Didn't realize that old of guys Dance and on weekdays and at Dinner time, oh well,
a couple employees wearing masks, but a couple just have them hanging on their neck as they get in your face taking orders.
the tables of  people are tight together (violation of law) .



all in all, I'm shocked. MY employees and customers are pretty careful
these farmers in the boonies think their OLD people are immune???????????

and young people taking it much more serious? shocking.
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#27
(09-09-2020, 02:43 AM)DaveGillie Wrote: Today's Observation:


all in all, I'm shocked. MY employees and customers are pretty careful
these farmers in the boonies think their OLD people are immune???????????

and young people taking it much more serious? shocking.

I see that here too.

Rural communities think it is only an "urban disease" that kills those "other people".

The 2nd wave may change that thinking.

Since Trump took over the statistics in Mid-July 2020, I think the stats are now as worthless as he is.
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#28
After the initial shock, people have generally settled down and gotten on with their lives. Fear only works for a while.

The second wave is now petering out and the fatality rates are declining fast: It's almost over for you:

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In the UK is completely finished. It's burnt itself out.

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They didn't get a second wave because a) It's a smaller country with no lag between population centres and b) they didn't open early.
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#30
THIS IS ESSENTIAL VIEWING FOR THOSE WISHING TO UNDERSTAND THE VIRUS AND ITS EFFECTS.

Later on in the video it analyses US in some detail - and explains all.


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