Monthly Archives: February 2021

Coronavirus Risks 7 (SARS-CoV-2)

I’ve been following the virus for 69 weeks now now. Originally I thought that it would be very limited, but that changed about 68 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 […]

Concerns with Covid-19

When there is an infection, such as Covid-19 the body’s defences repel the invader unless there is a saturation level to which it cannot overcome. This may vary according to things like proximity; where droplet sizes carry different amounts from an infected person lessening over distance, time in that proximity; the longer the period the […]

The Occurrence of Ball Plasma

Ball plasma is a rarely observed form of energy caused by a combination of solar wind, earth’s magnetic field and tectonic events. It is a form of a charged balanced vortex of particles that can have a lengthy duration. The main characteristics are one of ‘mirroring’, ‘attraction and repulsion’, and discharge. Light hitting the ‘ball’ […]

Covid Data File 18/02/2021

I’ve finally got the world data file into some form of order. I had to go back to original news articles and data for a lot of these figures, especially for the very early cases that didn’t seem to tally with a lot of later ones. This is a first version as I plan to […]