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  1. Lefties and righties.... I am going to give you insight now you won't hear elsewhere. COVID-19 has hallmarks in its genetic code indicative of genetic modification techniques. That is what the leaders know which probably led to a panic in upper echelons. This may not be talked about a lot because the political ramifications of that are numerous and it is conceivable this virus was not intentionally released. (EG - lab testing animals sold as meat or something.) Thankfully, these sorts of viruses are very small and cannot package a lot of genetic material beyond the basic genetic code necessary for their replication. Extra "features" engineered into them often are lost over many generations of viral replication. Consider, in the course of a few infections a virus has more generations than mankind has. Also, the Chinese are still pretty stupid with their bio-engineering. The virus may have been intended as an eventual bioterrorism agent, but as near as I can tell, the dangerous nature of this virus is comparable to a middle line influenza like H1N1. It is scary but don't panic. We will be alright. As I have said for a while now, the worst of this should be over by late May or possibly June. Think Game of Thrones - but with summer.... Summer is coming. We know that matters a great deal because current warm areas have much lower virus counts. Even poor countries in South America and Africa are doing well thanks to this shielding effect. Whether you want to blame Trump or the Chinese, the fact is we should expect things like this as long as we maintain such close ties with immoral nations willing to develop these sorts of agents. We really should consider reestablishing/subsidizing/nationalizing/promoting certain industries - bringing them back into this country. I consider it a matter of the public defense and welfare to have certain industries well established here in the U.S. That is consistent with our constitution and Republic's values even if some of it can border on the edge of socialism. We bail out entities of questionable value to national security like Wall Street investors and banks (crony socialism); I think having crucial medical supplies on hand to deal with health threats is a legitimate role for government.
  2. Yeah. Fuck Trump. We should be putting the response in the hands of an old senile idiot like Biden who has zero public health experience.
  3. Split the output with a 3D printed plastic part that offers variable resistance for several lines. I can draw up the CAD spec for you in an hour and have it printed in a few hours after that. (Or you can use the one that was already developed.) Also suction the shit out of their lungs since that will do a lot more good in improving the ventilation/perfusion ratio than merely trying to ventilate them. That would actually require a competent hospital staff that knows how to suction the lungs instead of just sitting on their ass hoping a machine will solve everything for them.
  4. Stupid thread. Triage in a crisis is part of every doctor's job and has been since the founding of medicine. Maybe that idiot Cuomo should have actually prepared for a crisis instead of waiting for a crisis he could take advantage of. After SARS and the many potential pandemics over the last 20 years, leaders in New York KNEW they needed those supplies stockpiled. They opted for a socialist rationing approach. As Obama says, some people need the pain pill.
  5. Ironically, the social distancing that delayed the start of the peak extrema will ultimately have saved lives but extended the hurting of our economy. Had we not done social distancing the virus peak would probably have hit and we would be through in the next few weeks. The curve was never going to be flat, but they did manage to delay the ramp up period. The prediction above still stands. As to the quality of socialized medicine..... Tracking all the deaths in Europe shows that only Germany did it right. https://www.realclearpolitics.com/coronavirus/ They did a great job getting tests out early: https://time.com/5812555/germany-coronavirus-deaths/ (Ironically California decided to stop testing on the spurious basis that it doesn't change outcome; more likely the felonious reason that confirmed cases make them look bad.) Otherwise America is beating the shit out of Europe for outcomes even with sh1tholes like New York included. https://www.realclearpolitics.com/coronavirus/country/united-states/
  6. Yeah, Phoenix seems like the type to be impressed by a Cuomo press conference.
  7. Anybody listen to that mental midget Cuomo talk about COVID-19 statistics today? God, sometimes it sucks to actually understand a lot of science because you realize that the people in power are often the dumbest sacks of sh1t you could find. Speaking of sacks of sh1t, Obama is blaming Kung Flu on man made climate change - if you doubt that you are a "denier." Sure Obama, if the climate didn't rise a supposed 1/2 degree over the last 100 years then it would be ok to eat bats in the vacinity of a trash-tier bio facility that dumps lab animal remains directly into the environment. I suppose I shouldn't expect better from communist religious fanatics. All they know how to do is blame everything on the devils of capitalism, global warming and the failings of a free populace. Thank God these parasites are still contained within their isolation centers on the coast. A good government aid for this manufactured crisis would be to ban all outgoing travel from the East Coast for at least the next two years. It would be excessive for the cold virus going around but it would be a good idea to contain the leftist virus.
  8. 1. Harvey Weinstein 2. Tom Hanks 3. Rita Wilson 4. Idris Elba 5. Andy Cohen 6. Kathy Griffin 7. Prince Charles 8. Jackson Browne 9. Trudeau's wife (and probably Trudeau)
  9. Funny you suggest that. I believe Kathy Griffin suggested something similar but now she is the one in the hospital with "serious symptoms." That one is a very funny one. (She is a comedian afterall.) I guess she dies first. I probably will be ok and not die of the common cold. Time to update the list.
  10. No need to be angry that Trump is on track to win 2020 easily. You bought your own lie that Biden was the best candidate to beat Trump even though it was obvious that Bernie was way better. I know all about the fake votes in Detroit and LA. No need to kid yourself, I play a lefty in my every day work and I hear all sorts of dirt. Just remember, if you increase the margin of cheating too much above 10% then it will be easy to prove and give Trump an excuse not to leave the white house. LOL.
  11. Looks like Dems are pissed the DOW is up 2000. No worries, Schumer will make sure no deal will happen so they economy stays stunted and Dems lose the election (because people are not stupid.)
  12. I can appreciate that. When it comes to healthcare I am a cynic and probably more left wing than many; with a few caveats. The medical system in America is in need of a beef up and I am sorely disappointed by both parties in how they allow the system to be overpriced. No excuse for 3000$ CT scans like the one I had for a case of gastritis. I am a conservative but I have little love of the insurance companies - they aren't the ones providing the care. Doctors, nurses and health care specialists do. The mega-hospital corporations also set up a monopoly which leaves sick people few options. That is not free market; that is crony capitalism brought on by selective legislation. The answer is not socialism and "free care" for everyone but a system which ensures that nobody goes broke for non-preventable injury/illness. I don't want to cover your abortion, your birth control, your chronic smoking COPD or 8 babies with 8 dads (although I will cover sterilizing such a person). I also think hospitals should be allowed to throw out drug seekers and abusive patients. I don't like the idea of covering illegals, but they are people. In their case they should be stabilized and deported and cared for by their country of origin. I hear those countries often have highly sought after "socialized" medicine. I can also accept billing the country of origin with tariffs or some other arrangement.
  13. https://www.statista.com/chart/21173/hospitalization-icu-admission-and-fatality-rates-for-reported-coronavirus-cases/ Roughly similar to what I gave you earlier except U.S. is doing better than world average. Also, while we have not seen the peak, it is worth looking at flu for comparison. Right now total deaths is about 1/50th the death from flu in 2018-2019. Also, we can safely conclude that the number of known COVID-19 is roughly equal to hospitalizations for that period as the testing was not available outside of the hospital setting at that time. Knowing this we see that the death % for hospitalized people with the flu is around 7%, equivalent to this coronavirus. This thing is overblown. I am going to continue with my contention that what we will see will be like a bad flu that peaks in the next few weeks and then declines over April. This attempt to destroy Trump will backfire as long as he is careful and doesn't fall for the bailout the rich scheme that doomed Bush. Banks and Wall Street people can take it on the chin. Many of them were part of trying to create this crisis. https://www.cdc.gov/flu/about/burden/2018-2019.html Table 1: Estimated influenza disease burden, by age group — United States, 2018-2019 influenza season Symptomatic Illnesses Medical Visits Hospitalizations Deaths Age group Estimate 95% UI Estimate 95% UI Estimate 95% UI Estimate 95%UI 0-4 yrs 3,633,104 (2,506,551, 7,199,330) 2,434,180 (1,667,892, 4,820,252) 25,328 (17,475, 50,191) 266 (85, 713) 5-17 yrs 7,663,310 (6,027,982, 10,438,419) 3,984,921 (3,067,414, 5,415,715) 21,012 (16,528, 28,621) 211 (38, 640) 18-49 yrs 11,913,203 (10,077,523, 16,032,899) 4,407,885 (3,498,694, 6,064,550) 66,869 (56,565, 89,993) 2,450 (1,402, 5,813) 50-64 yrs 9,238,038 (6,582,690, 15,759,286) 3,972,356 (2,712,868, 6,886,487) 97,967 (69,808, 167,123) 5,676 (3,547, 13,486) 65+ yrs 3,073,227 (2,008,898, 6,030,701) 1,721,007 (1,097,482, 3,394,980) 279,384 (182,627, 548,246) 25,555 (17,874, 41,363) All ages 35,520,883 (31,323,881, 44,995,691) 16,520,350 (14,322,767, 21,203,231) 490,561 (387,283, 766,472) 34,157 (26,339, 52,664)
  14. Hard time finding that one again, but here is an America specific one: https://www.statista.com/chart/21173/hospitalization-icu-admission-and-fatality-rates-for-reported-coronavirus-cases/ Roughly similar to what I gave you earlier except U.S. is doing better than world average. Also, while we have not seen the peak, it is worth looking at flu for comparison. Right now total deaths is about 1/50th the death from flu in 2018-2019. Also, we can safely conclude that the number of known COVID-19 is roughly equal to hospitalizations for that period as the testing was not available outside of the hospital setting at that time. Knowing this we see that the death % for hospitalized people with the flu is around 7%, equivalent to this coronavirus. This thing is overblown. I am going to continue with my contention that what we will see will be like a bad flu that peaks in the next few weeks and then declines over April. This attempt to destroy Trump will backfire as long as he is careful and doesn't fall for the bailout the rich scheme that doomed Bush. Banks and Wall Street people can take it on the chin. Many of them were part of trying to create this crisis. https://www.cdc.gov/flu/about/burden/2018-2019.html Table 1: Estimated influenza disease burden, by age group — United States, 2018-2019 influenza season Symptomatic Illnesses Medical Visits Hospitalizations Deaths Age group Estimate 95% UI Estimate 95% UI Estimate 95% UI Estimate 95%UI 0-4 yrs 3,633,104 (2,506,551, 7,199,330) 2,434,180 (1,667,892, 4,820,252) 25,328 (17,475, 50,191) 266 (85, 713) 5-17 yrs 7,663,310 (6,027,982, 10,438,419) 3,984,921 (3,067,414, 5,415,715) 21,012 (16,528, 28,621) 211 (38, 640) 18-49 yrs 11,913,203 (10,077,523, 16,032,899) 4,407,885 (3,498,694, 6,064,550) 66,869 (56,565, 89,993) 2,450 (1,402, 5,813) 50-64 yrs 9,238,038 (6,582,690, 15,759,286) 3,972,356 (2,712,868, 6,886,487) 97,967 (69,808, 167,123) 5,676 (3,547, 13,486) 65+ yrs 3,073,227 (2,008,898, 6,030,701) 1,721,007 (1,097,482, 3,394,980) 279,384 (182,627, 548,246) 25,555 (17,874, 41,363) All ages 35,520,883 (31,323,881, 44,995,691) 16,520,350 (14,322,767, 21,203,231) 490,561 (387,283, 766,472) 34,157 (26,339, 52,664)
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