|Too many factions. It's getting like the middle east and they don't make progress.|
Also, one of the epidemiologists on tv just said that kidney damage is more frequent with covid infections than lung damage.
Someone is going to have to show if there is kidney damage in asymptomatic covid patients.
Rory Mcilroy said that today's fear mongering is tomorrows understated precautions.
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|Step 1: keepit says something stupid. CHECK.|
Step 2: Someone explains the stupid behind what keepit said...
** What "factions" are you talking about?
** What is "It" referring to?
** What does "getting like the middle east" mean? Also, in English, "Middle East" should be capitalized; it is a proper noun.
** Who is "they" referring to?
** What does "make progress" mean?
... and there's your problem right there...
Fear mongering. Organs can heal.
Awaiting Step 3 (whining about semantics) ............
Edited on 25-06-2020 23:40
|Into the Night★★★★★
keepit wrote:Covid isn't a faction. It's a virus.
keepit wrote:The Middle East brought us a lot of modern mathematics and astronomy.
An opinion. No actual correlation. Correlation isn't causation either.
No, it's just fear mongering.
The Parrot Killer
I'm still believe this is just a bid, for research grant money. 6 months isn't sufficient to have made much of a study on the subject. The 'damage' would have only been observed, with those who died. ,ost of which were in poor health, and of advanced age. Very difficult to define such a trend, in 6 months. Just too many factors to illuminate, to say with any certainty, what Covid-19 damages. The simple observation, only some of the dead bodies are showing the damage (and not many), not very single person infected.
Mostly, I believe there are a lot of coincidental factors, having been infected with a mild respiratory disease, was one of the minor ones. A ot of fear mongering for research money. Scared people are easier to rob... Research use apocalyptic observations, instead of a gun...
By "factions", do you mean 'mutations'? (assuming that you were talking about covid-19) ITN picked up a lot more from your gibberbabble than I did...