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  1. You're not sure where you saw it, but you'll post it here as if it's legit? Why don't you guys make a section called Political Musings or something along those lines and stop with the contortions, pretending that what you say isn't political, but anyone disagreeing with you is.
  2. Death rate is higher in younger people in emerging countries. "A closer look at the data raises questions about the widely held idea that COVID-19 is mainly dangerous for the elderly. Of Brazil's victims, 69 percent were aged 60 or older, compared with 95 percent in Spain and Italy, according to official statistics." https://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2020/05/22/in-brazil-covid-19-hitting-young-people-harder.html
  3. ICYMI Lakeside Shopping Services, which is a weekly Costco order and delivery service, is open to new customers again. Questions and Information requests should be referred to them and not this thread. https://www.lakeside-ss.com/ The weekly deadline for orders is Sunday, 6 p.m.
  4. The shop was opened yesterday when I drove by.
  5. One of the issues with herd immunity theory is that infection survivors must be immune to reoccurrence of the virus. This is not confirmed with corona virus. "After testing different scenarios, the Harvard group concluded that their projections of how many people end up getting covid-19 in the coming years depended “most crucially” on “the extent of population immunity, whether immunity wanes, and at what rate.” In other words, the critical factor in projecting the path of the outbreak is also a total unknown." MIT https://www.technologyreview.com/2020/04/27/1000569/how-long-are-people-immune-to-covid-19/
  6. Naw. It's okay, Rick. I'm good. I'm figuring out what media is censoring the news. Making a list for myself. So I don't get misled. To be thorough, I'm starting at the bottom. Paint chips. Maybe oil paints. Edit: Bad choice to start. Too granular. A bit boring. But cleared as misleading media to my satisfaction. Well, I wasn't mislead, YMMV. I'm done with the vetting of media though. My bad. I don't have the patience. I'll just blunder around, evaluating media as it pops up.
  7. MC, seriously? "Americans and Europeans have had enough of this failed policy". Lots of polls available when you google. This one 87% of Americans support stay at home. I could have chose from 3 others with the same results. There is a tiny minority of protesters in the US. Certain political interests and media are trying to make them look mainstream. Not even close. https://www.forbes.com/sites/jackbrewster/2020/04/22/americans-overwhelmingly-support-stay-at-home-restrictions-new-poll-finds/#3cdd78762e12
  8. I do understand that the world is trying to grapple with these questions. The lock down is not endless. Authorities everywhere are trying to save lives based on the best information they can get at the moment. https://www.businessinsider.com/coronavirus-lockdowns-successful-evidence-from-around-the-world-2020-4?r=MX&IR=T
  9. This is good, balanced info to add to Ian's point. It was complied by researchers. They add cardio as part of prep also, so your entire system is stronger, better able to fight for you. https://necsi.edu/respiratory-health-for-better-covid-19-outcomes
  10. Two doctors with sketchy data aren't equal to the other side of the question. This goes through the data, from a left position given the source. https://www.alternet.org/2020/04/a-pair-of-doctors-just-proved-that-medical-training-doesnt-keep-you-from-being-amazingly-ignorant/ The issue has been politicized based on its nature. Also it is being discussed as such here. I thought politics where verboten on this board. Why the exception for this issue?
  11. Chris Hayes on MSNBC spent a segment on these guys tonight (Tuesday). He had epidemiologists on who did refute their position and questioned their integrity. The show will repeat tonight if anyone is interested.
  12. It sounds crazy to expats, living here as senor singles or in couples. It might not be a hardship at all for large extended Mexican families. All the basic supply issues would generally be easily handled by the younger generations.
  13. What a great find, Ferret. I recognized his name and logo from the "Moving Art" series on Netflix. It is this wonderful cinematography, mostly or all landscapes and he matches it with different musicians and types of music. There is no spoken word, so it's not this type of meditation, but beautiful and calming.
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