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(The Atlantic)   I was told there would be no overlooked variables   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Infection, Single person, Polymerase chain reaction, Epidemiology, Influenza pandemic, Pandemic, Transmission and infection of H5N1, Revision3  
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2020-10-01 1:56:16 AM  
Like everything else in the Atlantic, this gives the impression that the journalist is paid by the word, but from an epidemiological point of view, it makes more sense than anything else I've read so far. And agrees with the analysis my wife's had right since about March.
2020-10-01 2:48:31 AM an overlooked variable.
2020-10-01 4:15:15 AM  
John Stewart Bell inconsolable.
2020-10-01 6:52:52 AM  
Excellent article, subby.

If you hadn't otherwise seen it, I also highly recommend Zeynep Tufekci's TED talk:
We're building a dystopia just to make people click on ads | Zeynep Tufekci
Youtube iFTWM7HV2UI
2020-10-01 10:36:30 AM  
scar tissue buildup in .... kidneys, lungs, heart, testicles, (and thinking).
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