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(Wired)   How a contagion spreads - here come the mathematics   (wired.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Sexually transmitted disease, 2006 albums, Outbreak, Epidemiology, Pandemic, Adam Kucharski, Things Spread, lot of the thinking  
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562 clicks; posted to Geek » on 10 Jul 2020 at 4:58 PM (4 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-07-10 5:19:58 PM  
Video version, for those who TLDR it:

28 Days Later (4/5) Movie CLIP - Blood From a Bird (2002) HD
Youtube S6bKFjxPbC4
 
2020-07-10 5:28:00 PM  
Thank God we have a Nobel-Laureate for President!
 
2020-07-10 6:05:12 PM  
There is 0 mathematics in that article.

Now there is more mathmetics in my comment than the article.


There is a whole lot about "the relearning of facts and evidence..."
 
2020-07-10 7:00:35 PM  
This guy wrote a book?

The article scans like he was trying to make a target number of words for a grade school essay.

Anyway, TL;DNR
 
2020-07-10 8:09:17 PM  
No math, and no Plug tag.  Bad subby.

TL;DR:  Ignoring everything we know about epidemiology can make a pandemic worse.
 
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