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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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