Monthly Archives: January 2021

Covid Status 28/01/2021

We are sitting on 102 million known infections and 5 main variants of Covid-19 that have occurred within a 65 week time period, probably with about 35% of the cases unknown. So a guess would be about 2% of the world’s population has been infected, resulting in 2 million deaths. From the large-scale real life […]

A Possible Covid-19 Therapy

While doing my demographic model there seems to be a statistical anomaly in relation to elevation, and therefore air pressure and outcomes. It might be a spurious correlation, but it could suggest a possible therapy for serious patients. We know that Covid-19 damages the cells in the lungs but nobody has really detailed the mechanisms […]

Patterns of Covid 19 Strains

Since the virus first appeared in humans in China around October 2019, about 470 days ago, the numbers have probably produced 1,000 or more different variants of Coronavirus, most being trivial. It’s all dependent on linear time for development where there is a chance of a new strain developing from an old one and the […]

Coronavirus Risks 6 (SARS-CoV-2)

I’ve been following the virus for 60 weeks now now. Originally I thought that it would be very limited, but that changed about 58 weeks ago, when the numbers began to rise and we found out more about it. The infected seem to consist of a lot that are in recovery, official active cases currently […]

Assessing of Risks Generally

One of the blessings or burdens of intelligence is the assessment of risks. Animals in general are pretty poor about working out consequences, usually only able to deal with very simple action and reaction situations. When playing chess with a chimpanzee they still show some form of lateral thinking, able to chew bits off a […]

Covid-19 Vaccines and the UK

In the UK we have 15 million flu vaccinations a year, so about 290,000 a week. The plan is to administer 500,000 Covid-19 vaccinations a week on top of this, nearly doubling the number we do for flu, so existing jabs are planned to change by a factor of 3. We may have problems with […]