Discussion in 'Free Speech Alley' started by DeeDee, Sep 16, 2018.
I'll give your wife a VIP seat.
She will be wearing a mask. Not because of the virus. She just needs to wear a mask. Not saying she's ugly but she has to sneak up on the glass to get a drink of water.
So would I. I tried eating some rice with chopsticks one time in a Chinese restaurant. I quickly put the chopsticks down and picked up a fork.
I mean, 97% of "scientist" believe in man made climate change. Or whatever the new term is.
How many people will you infect by the things you touch in public?
I’ve already told everyone why Blacks are getting the raw end of the stick. They are Black, and close to 70% of them are Vitamin D deficient. I’ve already referenced several studies on the relationship of developing ARDS and Vit D. The stupid Medical Community dismisses it because it is not a Big Med Big Pharma solution. I’ve yet to see a single talking head accurately discuss the subject.
Dude .... there are some things that are just common sense. If you can’t touch your face or nose, you stand a decreased chance of catching anything. And if you cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze, you will spread less germs, or at the very least the distance those germs will travel will be less. You don’t need a test to prove this.
Im going to go back and read your link, I missed it, but I am betting it is talking about mask will not prevent the wearer from being infected. It likely does not address the impact of mask on the spread FROM the infected, as there are many studies that would refute your study if it does, all the way down to testing different kinds of face coverings like bandanas.
Though I have taken vitamin D "forever" after reading a thread in which @onceanlsufan laid out the rationale for vitamin D, I went all in. Now I have both Elderberry liquid and gummies as well as the regular straight stuff. If you look, not very far, there is a lot more on vitamin D out there than you might expect!
As I thought, this study is bullshit. “A Petri dish was placed 20 cm from the patients face. That’s 7.5 INCHES .... so about half a foot. So, this study may pertain to intimate partners, but 7.5 in from someone’s face is not the typical distance were people interact.
. ..... how bout these wizards of smart place that petri dish at a range of distances, like 1-6 feet. Ya reckon their hypothesis would hold up then?
There are no consequences if I'm wrong. Lots of bad consequences if you are.
Milk has vitamin D. It says so on the carton. I drink a couple of glasses of chocolate milk almost every day