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Ohio 6/20/20

Confirmed cases 44262 up from 43731 up from 43112 up from 42422 up from 42010 up from 41576 up from 41148 up from 40848 up from 40424
Hospitalized 7201 up from 7167 up from 7104 up from 7051 up from 7007 up from 6948 up from 6895 up from 6864 up from 6814 up from 6753
Median age 81+ 53%, 70 + @24%, 60+ 14%
Deaths 2697 up from 2633 up from 2667 up from 2611 up from 2597 up from 2573 up from 2557 up from 2554 up from 2508 up from 2490
Deaths age 60 & over 2472 up from 2445 up from 2415 up from 2394 up from 2379 up from 2360 up from 2347 up from 2344 up from 2300
Deaths age 50 and over 2631 up from 2601 up from 2570 up from 2548 up from 2533 up from 2509 up from 2494 up from 2491 up from 2446


21 DAY MOVING AVERAGE
Cases; 531 new / 439 average; 609 new / 436 average; 700 new / 438 average; 412 new / 428 average; 434 new / 429 average
Deaths; 30 new / 26 average; 34 new / 26 average; 22 new / 25 average; 14 new / 27 average; 24 new / 28 average; 16 new / 28 average
Hospitalizations; 34 new / 57 average; 63 new / 58 average; 53 new / 65 average; 44 new / 64 average; 59 new / 68 average; 53 new / 68 average
ICU; 13 new / 14 average; 13 new / 14 average; 10 new / 14 average; 13 new / 15 average; 8 new / 16 average; 14 new / 16 average
 

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stats for 6.20.20 to 6.21.20

world cases up 126k and deaths up 4254
US cases up 32K and deaths up 588


WORLD
8675365 to 8802328
Gain 126963
1% increase (yesterday 2%)

Deaths
460366 to 464620
Gain 4254
1% increase (yesterday 1%)

US
2222576 to 2255119
Gain 32543
1% increase (yesterday 1%)

DEATHS
119131 to 119719
Gain 588
0% increase (yesterday 1%)

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Had to have a medical procedure done. Mandatory bat flu test. It was negative but by making it a requirement it is helping their numbers.
The "confirmed case" does not mean they had not already recovered or even knew they had it.
Seems social distancing was BS. Lockdown was BS. Sunlight and fresh air works!

Confirmed cases 44808 up from 44262 up from 43731 up from 43112 up from 42422 up from 42010 up from 41576 up from 41148 up from 40848
Hospitalized 7242 up from 7201 up from 7167 up from 7104 up from 7051 up from 7007 up from 6948 up from 6895 up from 6864 up from 6814
Median age 81+ 53%, 70 + @24%, 60+ 14%
Deaths 2700 up from 2697 up from 2633 up from 2667 up from 2611 up from 2597 up from 2573 up from 2557 up from 2554 up from 2508 up from 2490
Deaths age 60 & over 2475 up from 2472 up from 2445 up from 2415 up from 2394 up from 2379 up from 2360 up from 2347 up from 2344 up from 2300
Deaths age 50 and over 2634 up from 2631 up from 2601 up from 2570 up from 2548 up from 2533 up from 2509 up from 2494 up from 2491


21 DAY MOVING AVERAGE
Cases; 546 new 443 average; 531 new / 439 average; 609 new / 436 average; 700 new / 438 average; 412 new / 428 average
Deaths; 3 new / 26 average; 30 new / 26 average; 34 new / 26 average; 22 new / 25 average; 14 new / 27 average; 24 new / 28 average
Hospitalizations; 41 new / 57 average; 34 new / 57 average; 63 new / 58 average; 53 new / 65 average; 44 new / 64 average; 59 new / 68 average
ICU; 11 new / 14 average; 13 new / 14 average; 13 new / 14 average; 10 new / 14 average; 13 new / 15 average; 8 new / 16 average
 

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stats for 6.21.20 to 6.22.20

world cases up 161k and deaths up 3864
US cases up 25K and deaths up 258


WORLD
8802328 to 8963439
Gain 161111
2% increase (yesterday 2%)

Deaths
464620 to 468484
Gain 3864
1% increase (yesterday 1%)

US
2255119 to 2280969
Gain 25850
1% increase (yesterday 1%)

DEATHS
119719 to 119977
Gain 258
0% increase (yesterday 0%)

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New cases going up but hospitalizations going down......

Confirmed cases 45537 up from 44808 up from 44262 up from 43731 up from 43112 up from 42422 up from 42010 up from 41576 up from 41148
Hospitalized 7292 up from 7242 up from 7201 up from 7167 up from 7104 up from 7051 up from 7007 up from 6948 up from 6895 up from 6864
Median age 81+ 53%, 70 + @24%, 60+ 14%
Deaths 2704 up from 2700 up from 2697 up from 2633 up from 2667 up from 2611 up from 2597 up from 2573 up from 2557 up from 2554 up from 2508
Deaths age 60 & over 2487 up from 2475 up from 2472 up from 2445 up from 2415 up from 2394 up from 2379 up from 2360 up from 2347 up from 2344
Deaths age 50 and over 2638 up from 2634 up from 2631 up from 2601 up from 2570 up from 2548 up from 2533 up from 2509 up from 2494


21 DAY MOVING AVERAGE
Cases; 729 new / 425 average; 546 new 443 average; 531 new / 439 average; 609 new / 436 average; 700 new / 438 average
Deaths; 4 new / 24 average; 3 new / 26 average; 30 new / 26 average; 34 new / 26 average; 22 new / 25 average; 14 new / 27 average
Hospitalizations; 50 new / 56 average; 41 new / 57 average; 34 new / 57 average; 63 new / 58 average; 53 new / 65 average; 44 new / 64 average
ICU; 8 new / 13 average; 11 new / 14 average; 13 new / 14 average; 13 new / 14 average; 10 new / 14 average; 13 new / 15 average
 

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Lunch hour radio statistic here:
" Average age of new confirmed cases is between 20 to 30 "
Theres been 3500 +- new Florida cases the last few days / week each day.
Not very specific that range but I did not know it was that young.
 

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Lunch hour radio statistic here:
" Average age of new confirmed cases is between 20 to 30 "
Theres been 3500 +- new Florida cases the last few days / week each day.
Not very specific that range but I did not know it was that young.
But are they dying? This was all about 2.2 m dead.
 

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stats for 6.22.20 to 6.23.20

world cases up 151k and deaths up 4037
US cases up 31K and deaths up 425

WORLD
8963439 to 9115398
Gain 151959
2% increase (yesterday 2%)

Deaths
468484 to 472521
Gain 4037
1% increase (yesterday 1%)

US
2280969 to 2312302
Gain 31333
1% increase (yesterday 1%)

DEATHS
119977 to 120402
Gain 425
0% increase (yesterday 0%)

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us cases over 31k as they continue testing,
but deads are down to a 0% number for 3 days running now
 

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But are they dying? This was all about 2.2 m dead.
Negative, not at all.
Fatality / mortality rate, as we have been looking at it on this thread for some time now,
is less than 1/2 of 1% for ages 70 and below.
It looks like the #'s are the same pretty broadly in that regard for fatality rate.

News feed local here this morning:
Median age of new cases: 29
43% of all new cases are between 20 and 29

And the " fight " is on over mask wearing.
Local Rep suing the Orange County ( Orlaando area, 1 million people ) over the
mandatory mask order.
People back and forth, back and forth....over a buncha masks...with a 0.5% under 70 fatality rate.

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Negative, not at all.
Fatality / mortality rate, as we have been looking at it on this thread for some time now,
is less than 1/2 of 1% for ages 70 and below.
It looks like the #'s are the same pretty broadly in that regard for fatality rate.

News feed local here this morning:
Median age of new cases: 29
43% of all new cases are between 20 and 29

And the " fight " is on over mask wearing.
Local Rep suing the Orange County ( Orlaando area, 1 million people ) over the
mandatory mask order.
People back and forth, back and forth....over a buncha masks...with a 0.5% under 70 fatality rate.

Back later.
They keep the people distracted and at each other's throats
 

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Note that I heard a week or so ago on one of the short vids posted here, dunno by who, UT, Walt, Shoot, EO, I forget,
that the guys' concern was over an implanted " kill switch " in the thing.
We spoke about this on the board here very very early on, as in right during the ramp up to the lock down.
March or something. I dunno if they can do this in labs but TPTB sure freaked out about this.
Not to mention what is going on in the Media etc now.
 

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Entire list of findings:

1.According to the latest immunological and serological studies, the overall lethality of Covid-19 (IFR) is about 0.1% and thus in the range of a strong seasonal influenza (flu).
2.In countries like the US, the UK, and also Sweden (without a lockdown), overall mortality since the beginning of the year is in the range of a strong influenza season; in countries like Germany, Austria and Switzerland, overall mortality is in the range of a mild influenza season.
3.Even in global “hotspots”, the risk of death for the general population of school and working age is typically in the range of a daily car ride to work. The risk was initially overestimated because many people with only mild or no symptoms were not taken into account.
4.Up to 80% of all test-positive persons remain symptom-free. Even among 70-79 year olds, about 60% remain symptom-free. Over 95% of all persons develop at most moderate symptoms.
5.Up to 60% of all persons may already have a certain cellular background immunity to Covid19 due to contact with previous coronaviruses (i.e. common cold viruses).
6.The median or average age of the deceased in most countries (including Italy) is over 80 years and only about 4% of the deceased had no serious preconditions. The age and risk profile of deaths thus essentially corresponds to normal mortality.
7.In many countries, up to two thirds of all extra deaths occurred in nursing homes, which do not benefit from a general lockdown. Moreover, in many cases it is not clear whether these people really died from Covid19 or from weeks of extreme stress and isolation.
8.Up to 30% of all additional deaths may have been caused not by Covid19, but by the effects of the lockdown, panic and fear. For example, the treatment of heart attacks and strokes decreased by up to 60% because many patients no longer dared to go to hospital.
9.Even in so-called “Covid19 deaths” it is often not clear whether they died from or with coronavirus (i.e. from underlying diseases) or if they were counted as “presumed cases” and not tested at all. However, official figures usually do not reflect this distinction.
10.Many media reports of young and healthy people dying from Covid19 turned out to be false: many of these young people either did not die from Covid19, they had already been seriously ill (e.g. from undiagnosed leukaemia), or they were in fact 109 instead of 9 years old. The claimed increase in Kawasaki disease in children also turned out to be false.
11.Strong increases in regional mortality can occur if there is a collapse in the care of the elderly and sick as a result of infection or panic, or if there are additional risk factors such as severe air pollution. Questionable regulations for dealing with the deceased sometimes led to additional bottlenecks in funeral or cremation services.
12.In countries such as Italy and Spain, and to some extent the UK and the US, hospital overloads due to strong flu waves are not unusual. Moreover, this year up to 15% of health care workers were put into quarantine, even if they developed no symptoms.
13.The often shown exponential curves of “corona cases” are misleading, as the number of tests also increased exponentially. In most countries, the ratio of positive tests to tests overall (i.e. the positive rate) remained constant at 5% to 25% or increased only slightly. In many countries, the peak of the spread was already reached well before the lockdown.
14.Countries without curfews and contact bans, such as Japan, South Korea, Belarus or Sweden, have not experienced a more negative course of events than other countries. Sweden was even praised by the WHO and now benefits from higher immunity compared to lockdown countries.
15.The fear of a shortage of ventilators was unjustified. According to lung specialists, the invasive ventilation (intubation) of Covid19 patients, which is partly done out of fear of spreading the virus, is in fact often counterproductive and damaging to the lungs.
16.Contrary to original assumptions, various studies have shown that there is no evidence of the virus spreading through aerosols (i.e. tiny particles floating in the air) or through smear infections (e.g. on door handles or smartphones). The main modes of transmission are direct contact and droplets produced when coughing or sneezing.
17.There is also no scientific evidence for the effectiveness of face masks in healthy or asymptomatic individuals. On the contrary, experts warn that such masks interfere with normal breathing and may become “germ carriers”. Leading doctors called them a “media hype” and “ridiculous”.
18.Many clinics in Europe and the US remained strongly underutilized or almost empty during the Covid19 peak and in some cases had to send staff home. Millions of surgeries and therapies were cancelled, including many cancer screenings and organ transplants.
19.Several media were caught trying to dramatize the situation in hospitals, sometimes even with manipulative images and videos. In general, the unprofessional reporting of many media maximized fear and panic in the population.
20.The virus test kits used internationally are prone to errors and can produce false positive and false negative results. Moreover, the official virus test was not clinically validated due to time pressure and may sometimes react positive to other coronaviruses.
21.Numerous internationally renowned experts in the fields of virology, immunology and epidemiology consider the measures taken to be counterproductive and recommend rapid natural immunisation of the general population and protection of risk groups.
22.At no time was there a medical reason for the closure of schools, as the risk of disease and transmission in children is extremely low. There is also no medical reason for small classes, masks or ‘social distancing’ rules in schools.
23.The claim that only (severe) Covid-19 but not influenza may cause venous thrombosis and pulmonary (lung) embolism is not true, as it has been known for 50 years that severe influenza greatly increases the risk of thrombosis and embolism, too.
24.Several medical experts described express coronavirus vaccines as unnecessary or even dangerous. Indeed, the vaccine against the so-called swine flu of 2009, for example, led to sometimes severe neurological damage and lawsuits in the millions. In the testing of new coronavirus vaccines, too, serious complications and failures have already occurred.
25.A global influenza or corona pandemic can indeed extend over several seasons, but many studies of a “second wave” are based on very unrealistic assumptions, such as a constant risk of illness and death across all age groups.
26.Several nurses, e.g. in New York City, described an oftentimes fatal medical mismanagement of Covid patients due to questionable financial incentives or inappropriate medical protocols.
27.The number of people suffering from unemployment, depressions and domestic violence as a result of the measures has reached historic record values. Several experts predict that the measures will claim far more lives than the virus itself. According to the UN 1.6 billion people around the world are at immediate risk of losing their livelihood.
28.NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden warned that the “corona crisis” will be used for the permanent expansion of global surveillance. Renowned virologist Pablo Goldschmidt spoke of a “global media terror” and “totalitarian measures”. Leading British virologist Professor John Oxford spoke of a “media epidemic”.
29.More than 600 scientists have warned of an “unprecedented surveillance of society” through problematic apps for “contact tracing”. In some countries, such “contact tracing” is already carried out directly by the secret service. In several parts of the world, the population is already being monitored by drones and facing serious police overreach.
 

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Ohio 6/23/20

New cases going up but hospitalizations going down......

Confirmed cases 46127 up from 45537 up from 44808 up from 44262 up from 43731 up from 43112 up from 42422 up from 42010 up from 41576
Hospitalized 7379 up from 7292 up from 7242 up from 7201 up from 7167 up from 7104 up from 7051 up from 7007 up from 6948 up from 6895
Median age 81+ 53%, 70 + @24%, 60+ 14%
Deaths 2735 up from 2704 up from 2700 up from 2697 up from 2633 up from 2667 up from 2611 up from 2597 up from 2573 up from 2557
Deaths age 60 & over 2505 up from 2487 up from 2475 up from 2472 up from 2445 up from 2415 up from 2394 up from 2379 up from 2360
Deaths age 50 and over 2668 up from 2638 up from 2634 up from 2631 up from 2601 up from 2570 up from 2548 up from 2533 up from 2509


21 DAY MOVING AVERAGE
Cases; 590 new / 466 average; 729 new / 425 average; 546 new 443 average; 531 new / 439 average; 609 new / 436 average
Deaths; 31 new / 23 average; 4 new / 24 average; 3 new / 26 average; 30 new / 26 average; 34 new / 26 average; 22 new / 25 average
Hospitalizations; 87 new / 57 average; 50 new / 56 average; 41 new / 57 average; 34 new / 57 average; 63 new / 58 average; 53 new / 65 average
ICU; 24 new / 14 average; 8 new / 13 average; 11 new / 14 average; 13 new / 14 average; 13 new / 14 average; 10 new / 14 average
 

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Numbers are a lot like voting. All that matters is the fake news they publish, not actual real data.
 

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Poverty kills, cultural death kills, inertia and an army of voyeuristic critics, jerk off artists and navel gazers are also mowing down vast numbers. No libraries or other physical catalyzing influences, no sports which is the life of the soul for many, no churches which are the only spiritual connection many people have.....

The sick and at risk people should not be dragging everyone else down with them.

Open things up, the health care facilities are sufficient to absorb the treatments needed. Mandate reasonable non-spreading requirements, with contact tracing and legal liabilities for those who can be proved to have damaged other people's health within reason....
 

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https://jamesfetzer.org/2020/06/swiss-research-report-facts-about-covid-19/

As skeptical I would normally be of Fetzer due to his outlandish previous theories, this time at least he has marshaled many excellent points.

The covid panic and hysteria is doing far more damage to society than the actual virus. Shutting down parks, limiting people's lung capacity with the insane mask mandate for everyone, no matter how healthy and physically robust they are, is truly a sin against nature, against God and rationality! I see these intimidated older folks driving around alone with their masks on, walking on uncrowded sidewalks and elsewhere with masks of intimidation, wagging their heads at others who do not have a mask on when to do so would be unhealthy.....How far can political correctness be taken??
 

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stats for 6.23.20 to 6.24.20

world cases up 158k and deaths up 5280
US cases up 34K and deaths up 823

WORLD
9115398 to 9273773
Gain 158375
2% increase (yesterday 2%)

Deaths
472521 to 477807
Gain 5286
1% increase (yesterday 1%)

US
2312302 to 2347102
Gain 34800
2% increase (yesterday 1%)

DEATHS
120402 to 121225
Gain 823
1% increase (yesterday 0%)

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so it seems, what we stated way back when holds somewhat accurate,

that this was and is never a big deal,
that shutting down a economy was not going to work,
that deads as a percent are equivalent to a seasonal flu
etc

we can see that closing down the economy did absolutely nothing to stop the spread of the boo hoo flu. As soon as they finally started opening things up, cases are up and deads are flat to up just a bit, but equal on percent terms

meaning we are right back to where we were in March, only a whole lot of drama and freedom restrictions later.
 

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was talking with a young guy whose girlfriend works at a Olive Garden,
4 persons there came down with the evil boo hoo flu

He was stating that the company he works at did things right, shut down the manufacturing facility for a day, supposedly bomb sanitizing the place, then bringing workers back after that.

His point was Olive Garden should have been shut down, especially in food service, with 4 actives.

I asked him, do you really believe businesses should shut down due to the spread of a flu? That as we were raising kids, they would drag stuff home, and pass it around. Eventually all of the kids would have whatever along with one or both of the parents.
No one gave that a thought, accepted it as 'life'. So in this case we should actually shut down companies, board them up over a bug?

no real answer, as you could see the wheels turning with truth

I did tell him there was no vaccine coming, that at most it would be a loaded placebo. That the only real way to move beyond all this drama is human herd effect.

This whole idea of contact tracing and all the above is bullspit. That is a cop out to what this really is and only promotes the narrative, furthers the freedom restrictions.
 

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Glad to hear you are doing what you can in your own community. One hour of that beats a thousand hours, no a million hours here on the .NET

Most of these guys are hen pecked do as they are told guys.

Until they see someone FREE they don't even know the meaning of the word.
 

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Got an Android Cell phone? HEADS UP!!! Google placed a Covid19 APP on your phone. You CANNOT remove it. It is activated IF you turn on your bluetooth. Go to Settings->apps->google->Covid19 Exposure Notifications
 

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State took away a local business guys liquor license. Said he wasn't following the " rules " after some infections.

Blood test appointment this a.m. No mask, no service. Fleabotom person looked like a darn nuclear waste cleaner.

Tee vee in the waiting room had a story on there about South Carolina...Myrtle Beach or somewheres...but for sure the beach...
And the discussion and video was about people NOT wearing masks ...ON THE BEACH.... !!! ( oh the shame the shame )
Then a cut to some guy and his " Uncle Jones' Soul Food business " and he says..." I am really concerned but what am I gonna do, I need the business and I cannot turn people away that are not wearing a mask "

Governor on radio saying that we just cannot be having " dance parties and people hanging from the rafters "
( yo dude, you seen the videos of the darn protests all around ---piss off man )

Numbers the same here.
Median age at 31 or 32 today. Up a year or so,
But still 40 to 50% new infections are under the age of 30.

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Ohio 6/24/20

Confirmed cases 46759 up from 46127 up from 45537 up from 44808 up from 44262 up from 43731 up from 43112 up from 42422 up from 42010
Hospitalized 7447 up from 7379 up from 7292 up from 7242 up from 7201 up from 7167 up from 7104 up from 7051 up from 7007 up from 6948
Median age 81+ 53%, 70 + @24%, 60+ 14%
Deaths 2755 up from 2735 up from 2704 up from 2700 up from 2697 up from 2633 up from 2667 up from 2611 up from 2597 up from 2573 up from 2557
Deaths age 60 & over 2524 up from 2505 up from 2487 up from 2475 up from 2472 up from 2445 up from 2415 up from 2394 up from 2379 up from 2360
Deaths age 50 and over 2688 up from 2668 up from 2638 up from 2634 up from 2631 up from 2601 up from 2570 up from 2548 up from 2533


21 DAY MOVING AVERAGE
Cases; 632 new / 475 average; 590 new / 466 average; 729 new / 425 average; 546 new 443 average; 531 new / 439 average
Deaths; 20 new / 22 average; 31 new / 23 average; 4 new / 24 average; 3 new / 26 average; 30 new / 26 average; 34 new / 26 average
Hospitalizations; 68 new / 57 average; 87 new / 57 average; 50 new / 56 average; 41 new / 57 average; 34 new / 57 average; 63 new / 58 average
ICU; 10 new / 13 average; 24 new / 14 average; 8 new / 13 average; 11 new / 14 average; 13 new / 14 average; 13 new / 14 average
 

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I got this from one of the older at risk guys I know, a Jewish teacher who seems to have a really negative outlook:


Open things up for whom? People our age?

You and I get infected and we are most likely done for. If things "open up," I stay a prisoner in my home for the next couple of years. How nice. And I'd bet that millions would die. If that is the choice, please have the government pay for my relocation to another country.

I don't believe in the glib argument of "Open up or lockdown and destroy the economy." That is a classic informal Fallacy of False Choice.

The correct way has been shown by Europe: Kurzarbeit and Universal Health Care. With those two, you don't sacrifice the economy, you save people's jobs and you provide sufficient health care to defeat the virus.

But because we Americans cannot even fathom alternatives that work because they are from overseas while our methods fail miserably.

Given that, I fully expect the virus to be to us what Chernobyl was to the Soviet Union. Chernobyl happened in 1986, the Soviet Union dissolved in 1991.


Have you heard about the D614G mutation which is far more infectious and is showing up more and more?

The D614G mutation means that at that location the amino acid switched from aspartic acid to glycine and that has made all the difference in its infectiousness.

It has 4 to 5 times more functional spikes on the surface allowing it a higher probability to stick to the ACE2 receptors on the surface of a cell.

In addition, the original's spikes break off a lot: only a quarter of its spikes maintained sufficient integrity in order to bind to the receptors, the rest breaking off. On the other hand, the spikes of the mutant are more flexible and thus break off far less often.

In March, it showed up in 1 of 4 samples. In May, it was found in 70% of samples.

So, in sum, this thing under evolutionary selection pressure became more sticky, more stable and hence more infectious and we're all in for hell soon.

And what I think we'll be seeing in the rear view mirror a few years from now is a country that used to exist called America. No way we have the type of culture or mindset that can defeat it. The Soviet Union couldn't change and thus it perished.

We won't change for anything either. People will not stop eating the horrendous American diet and are fattening themselves up for a viral feast.
 

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He is one stupid SOB IMO

Have you heard about the D614G mutation which is far more infectious and is showing up more and more?
hey dumbass, we invented it 2 mos ago right here,
we spoke of how this thing was mutating,
like duh? it isn't rocket science

then you have this you communist pig:
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Explaining Kurzarbeit, or Saving Jobs the German Way
By
Carolynn Look

The state-funded German safety net known as Kurzarbeit, which keeps salaries flowing to workers even when their work has dried up, is getting renewed attention as governments around the world grapple with the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic. The European Commission is using the German program as a model for a regional effort to encourage that workers are furloughed, not sacked. Even some in the U.S. are curious.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/arti...ys-workers-when-their-work-dries-up-quicktake

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along with free meds for all

f you asshole,

by all means I will pay your flight out of here

you are what is exactly wrong with this country you pos
 

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Ohh, and for the record you ignorant asshole,

you want the rest of us to be under lockdown, totally against our freedom so you may live,

that is your position,

which in and of itself is a fallacy,

the guy is trying to sound smart, and like he has info that others do not,
'have you heard'

in other words, I have fresh information that you may not know

excepting the fact the guy is 2 mos late with his supposed information,
then his recitation is a regurgitation of propaganda

good grief people like him just frost my ass

self absorbed arrogant piece of shit anyway
 

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Ohh, and for the record you ignorant asshole,

you want the rest of us to be under lockdown, totally against our freedom so you may live,

that is your position,

which in and of itself is a fallacy,

the guy is trying to sound smart, and like he has info that others do not,
'have you heard'

in other words, I have fresh information that you may not know

excepting the fact the guy is 2 mos late with his supposed information,
then his recitation is a regurgitation of propaganda

good grief people like him just frost my ass

self absorbed arrogant piece of shit anyway
I try to be more charitable....Mike is not well, he had health conditions that cost him most of his savings.

And it sounds like a co dependent when people say "us" when I am not in his boat. I am healthy, no real physical limitations thank God. It is morally wrong to have those who are slaves of the sick care system drag the rest of us down with them.

Heck, I would even eat a head of organic garlic a day, and drink strong medicinal herbal teas if I needed to. Most people with major health conditions are their own worst enemies.
 

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Krag,
I get that, but circumstances don't dictate freedom,
We either stand for something or we don't,

and you are correct, I should probably just chill as that type of thinking is becoming so pervasive that there is very little chance it can be stopped at this point,
 

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stats for 6.24.20 to 6.25.20

world cases up 168k and deaths up 5118
US cases up 34K and deaths up 754

WORLD
9273773 to 9440535
Gain 168782
2% increase (yesterday 2%)

Deaths
477807 to 482923
Gain 5116
1% increase (yesterday 1%)

US
2347102 to 2381369
Gain 34267
1% increase (yesterday 2%)

DEATHS
121225 to 121979
Gain 754
1% increase (yesterday 1%)

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fyi, the guy above mentions europe as his go to,

so here are some stats from these types:
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The Social Progress Imperative is a not-for-profit organization that defines “social progress as the capacity of society to meet the basic human needs of its citizens, establish the building blocks that allow citizens and communities to enhance and sustain the quality of their lives, and create the conditions for all individuals to reach their full potential.”

Based on these factors, the ten countries with the highest quality of life are:

  1. Denmark
  2. Switzerland
  3. Finland
  4. Australia
  5. Iceland
  6. Austria
  7. Netherlands
  8. German
  9. New Zealand
  10. Sweden
Denmark has the highest quality of life index of 196.47. Denmark has high social mobility and impressive equality rates. Denmark scores very high in the “basic human needs” index, particularly in medical care and sanitation with scores above 99.0%.

https://worldpopulationreview.com/countries/standard-of-living-by-country/

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Nominal GDP Rankings by Country
What are the largest economies in the world? According to the International Monetary Fund, these are the highest ranking countries in the world in nominal GDP:
  1. United States (GDP: 20.49 trillion)
  2. China (GDP: 13.4 trillion)
  3. Japan: (GDP: 4.97 trillion)
  4. Germany: (GDP: 4.00 trillion)
  5. United Kingdom: (GDP: 2.83 trillion)
  6. France: (GDP: 2.78 trillion)
  7. India: (GDP: 2.72 trillion)
  8. Italy: (GDP: 2.07 trillion)
  9. Brazil: (GDP: 1.87 trillion)
  10. Canada: (GDP: 1.71 trillion)
https://worldpopulationreview.com/countries/countries-by-gdp/

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I dare say that pic isn't of the keefer I know.............
 

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Hey, what u doing here bro? I just saw your state senator get the shit kicked out of him by two libs in front of ur State Capitol.

You guys got no shame? I cant even tell folks here I am from Wisconsin anymore.
 

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fyi, the guy above mentions europe as his go to,

so here are some stats from these types:
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The Social Progress Imperative is a not-for-profit organization that defines “social progress as the capacity of society to meet the basic human needs of its citizens, establish the building blocks that allow citizens and communities to enhance and sustain the quality of their lives, and create the conditions for all individuals to reach their full potential.”

Based on these factors, the ten countries with the highest quality of life are:

  1. Denmark
  2. Switzerland
  3. Finland
  4. Australia
  5. Iceland
  6. Austria
  7. Netherlands
  8. German
  9. New Zealand
  10. Sweden
Denmark has the highest quality of life index of 196.47. Denmark has high social mobility and impressive equality rates. Denmark scores very high in the “basic human needs” index, particularly in medical care and sanitation with scores above 99.0%.

https://worldpopulationreview.com/countries/standard-of-living-by-country/

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Nominal GDP Rankings by Country
What are the largest economies in the world? According to the International Monetary Fund, these are the highest ranking countries in the world in nominal GDP:
  1. United States (GDP: 20.49 trillion)
  2. China (GDP: 13.4 trillion)
  3. Japan: (GDP: 4.97 trillion)
  4. Germany: (GDP: 4.00 trillion)
  5. United Kingdom: (GDP: 2.83 trillion)
  6. France: (GDP: 2.78 trillion)
  7. India: (GDP: 2.72 trillion)
  8. Italy: (GDP: 2.07 trillion)
  9. Brazil: (GDP: 1.87 trillion)
  10. Canada: (GDP: 1.71 trillion)
https://worldpopulationreview.com/countries/countries-by-gdp/

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Good stuff,
How is the tax structure ?
And the cost of living ?
Exchange rate ?
And then....can I have my guns ?
( I know some of the answers, yeah...grass is greener ... :) :) )
 

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5500 new cases for yesterday to today.
60% are under age 40.
New " hot " zone is the 18 to 34 bracket.
Annnnnd...it will be 97 F today....so much for it does not transmit in the summer heat.
% of people hospitalized AND on a ventilator is way way way down, forget the % they said but saying 20% or less
And they do NOT say how many of those are over 70 or had 26 pre existing conditions.
IOW...not very many.
" Shaming " on the mask thing is in higher gear.
Mayor of Orlando, " Some people say it is UN constitutional for us to require you to wear a mask...
we say it is your CIVIC DUTY to protect others by wearing a mask "

I think that this is all they got at the moment. Masks.

Ohhh...another good line...
Gubbenor dude says
" In response to the 14 days of quarantine of NY, NJ and Conn states on people driving into or flying there from Florida,
I would only ask that you do not quarantine them in Nursing Homes "
Hah,

But who the hell can afford the time to go anywhere and spend 14 days in a quarantine b4 you could conduct any business ???
Who wants to go anywhere then...at all ?
These fers have lost total touch with who and how it is they get paid taxes with which to turn around and regulate the same folks.
Reminds me of the speil Jack N was saying in the movie..what was it...A Few Good Men ? ...when he was getting thrashed by
Tom Cruise...." You sleep good at night becasue you want me on that wall and you need me on that wall ..etc etc ...and while Santiagos death was unfortunate...it probably saved lives..."
And then something like " you want to turn around and bitch about the way ( your security ) it all is done "
A lot to be said for that.
In my pea brain. Very parallel.
But WTF do I know.
Just trying to engage in commerce and do some freaking business to take care of myself and my family and
the symbiotic relationship with others.

Back later...starting to carry on.
 

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5500 new cases for yesterday to today.
60% are under age 40.
New " hot " zone is the 18 to 34 bracket.
Annnnnd...it will be 97 F today....so much for it does not transmit in the summer heat.
% of people hospitalized AND on a ventilator is way way way down, forget the % they said but saying 20% or less
And they do NOT say how many of those are over 70 or had 26 pre existing conditions.
IOW...not very many.
" Shaming " on the mask thing is in higher gear.
Mayor of Orlando, " Some people say it is UN constitutional for us to require you to wear a mask...
we say it is your CIVIC DUTY to protect others by wearing a mask "

I think that this is all they got at the moment. Masks.

Ohhh...another good line...
Gubbenor dude says
" In response to the 14 days of quarantine of NY, NJ and Conn states on people driving into or flying there from Florida,
I would only ask that you do not quarantine them in Nursing Homes "
Hah,

But who the hell can afford the time to go anywhere and spend 14 days in a quarantine b4 you could conduct any business ???
Who wants to go anywhere then...at all ?
These fers have lost total touch with who and how it is they get paid taxes with which to turn around and regulate the same folks.
Reminds me of the speil Jack N was saying in the movie..what was it...A Few Good Men ? ...when he was getting thrashed by
Tom Cruise...." You sleep good at night becasue you want me on that wall and you need me on that wall ..etc etc ...and while Santiagos death was unfortunate...it probably saved lives..."
And then something like " you want to turn around and bitch about the way ( your security ) it all is done "
A lot to be said for that.
In my pea brain. Very parallel.
But WTF do I know.
Just trying to engage in commerce and do some freaking business to take care of myself and my family and
the symbiotic relationship with others.

Back later...starting to carry on.
More testing means more positives.
 

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More testing means more positives.
Correctamundo. And they have 2x or 3x fold increased the testing #s.
AND
you can go and get tested just as a " walk in " or really...it is " drive through "
no symptoms, no age requirements, nothing. You gotta pulse....you get a test.
When as before, it was, you hadda have temp, be age 65 or older, etc etc
and even 1st come first serve and we close at 3 kind of stuff just to be " eligible " to get a test.
FURTHER....glad we are chatting about this...
You can get a " stay at home for 14 days " free paid pass from work if you test positive and you gotta stay home from work.
Tests are " free " so you see where I am going here...
People ( couple of our apprentices ) are going to get the test and then sitting for 3 days for the results...that is paid also...
for all manner of whimp ass so called symptoms...
Just saying