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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Bodean, Aug 30, 2020.
Thanks Matt. Just gotta keep on keeping on brother.
What happens in 4 months?
And something is going to change?
Good luck in the future my brother.
We can hope?
Change is the one constant.
So, science is never settled? New data arrives daily.
there is no hope..... except at WalMart...
Just the year.
We'll all be another year older...
Hopefully all of us will still be "alive".
The main thing is I hope everyone here continues to have good health.
Pretty much everything else is survivable.
I battled Covid and, I won
I battled Covid and, I won.
Glad ya coming out on the other side!!!... Be safe, onward and upward!!!..
bodean flick covid oft like he flick a booger or a womern oft.
its the southern way.
I recently heard that each day, 500 new studies on Covid-19 are released.
Lots of work being done to understand all the details. And to clarify what's already known - like the fact that obesity increases the risk even more than it was initially assumed, or that aerosols play a larger role in spreading than was initially assumed, or that smear infection - from touching surfaces and inanimate objects - is so rare that it's almost irrelevant.
Also interesting to see all the collaboration, and how scientists work. One virologist who has been studying Coronavirii for years recently published a prerelease study about infectiousness in children. He got some strong criticism from statisticians, because the statistic methods he used were (deliberately) coarse. As a consequence, this virologist convinced the statistician with the strongest points to join his team and contribute to the final release of the study.