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Precautions13-03-2020 19:23
keepit
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Clearly, if you look at the trends of virus spread, you can see that precautions or lack thereof, have a major effect on the spread. It's kind of like greenhouse gasses, the greenhouse gasses slow the "spread" of em radiation and the precautions slow the spread of corona. Everyone should do their part to prevent the spread.
13-03-2020 19:47
Xadoman
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You can not trap virus like you can not trap heat and light. This virus will eventually infect almost all the people on the world. Only some noncivilized tribes could escape from it. My theory is that the more it spreads the weaker it eventually gets.
13-03-2020 19:58
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote:
Clearly, if you look at the trends of virus spread,

It's not spreading. Only 0.000135% of the population of the world is infected.
keepit wrote:
you can see that precautions or lack thereof, have a major effect on the spread.

None of the 'precautions' have done a thing.
keepit wrote:
It's kind of like greenhouse gasses,

No such thing.
keepit wrote:
the greenhouse gasses slow the "spread" of em radiation

You cannot trap light.
keepit wrote:
and the precautions slow the spread of corona.

None of the 'precautions' have done a thing.
keepit wrote:
Everyone should do their part to prevent the spread.

It's not spreading.

It's the winter flu season. That's all.


The Parrot Killer
13-03-2020 20:00
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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Xadoman wrote:
You can not trap virus like you can not trap heat and light. This virus will eventually infect almost all the people on the world. Only some noncivilized tribes could escape from it. My theory is that the more it spreads the weaker it eventually gets.


It's not spreading. Only 0.000135% of the world is infected.
Only 2 new cases in China this week.


The Parrot Killer
13-03-2020 20:01
keepit
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Slowing the spread makes it , hopefully, possible for the medical system to handle the load over a period of time rather than all at once.
13-03-2020 20:07
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote:
Slowing the spread makes it , hopefully, possible for the medical system to handle the load over a period of time rather than all at once.

Normally between 25,000 and 75,000 die from the flu every year.

So far, just over 4,000 have died from the corona flu. I don't think we really need to be worrying. It seems rather lame.


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13-03-2020 20:09
Xadoman
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Into the Night wrote:
Xadoman wrote:
You can not trap virus like you can not trap heat and light. This virus will eventually infect almost all the people on the world. Only some noncivilized tribes could escape from it. My theory is that the more it spreads the weaker it eventually gets.


It's not spreading. Only 0.000135% of the world is infected.
Only 2 new cases in China this week.


Nobody knows how many people are infected. It is logical to assume that most people will encounter this virus in their lifetime. Like chikenpox or smth.
13-03-2020 21:11
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IBdaMann wrote:
keepit wrote:
Slowing the spread makes it , hopefully, possible for the medical system to handle the load over a period of time rather than all at once.

Normally between 25,000 and 75,000 die from the flu every year.

I believe you are referencing just the USA here?

IBdaMann wrote:
So far, just over 4,000 have died from the corona flu. I don't think we really need to be worrying. It seems rather lame.


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I believe you are referencing the whole world here?

Just making sure.
13-03-2020 21:33
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote:
Slowing the spread makes it , hopefully, possible for the medical system to handle the load over a period of time rather than all at once.


The medical system is handling the load just fine. Almost all of the cases don't even require hospitalization or even a trip to the clinic.


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