Curious what the opinionated think about this piece....
A Nobel laureate predicted China's recovery weeks before it happened. Analyzing the numbers, he sees a much brighter global outcome than many experts.
"The opinionated" is a loaded way to ask. We all have opinions.Curious what the opinionated think about this piece....
A Nobel laureate predicted China's recovery weeks before it happened. Analyzing the numbers, he sees a much brighter global outcome than many experts.news.yahoo.com
Honestly, that's what I like most about this community. All sorts of people, from all sorts of backgrounds have all sorts of different things to offer to a discussion like this. I've told a ton of people that I find the discussion in this thread the most interesting and useful.Watching people argue about a virus on a
rock crawlingexploring forum is my favorite. Let's keep it up.
A lot of comments on this already, and from a medical perspective several people did pretty much hit the nail on the head.Thoughts...
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So we flatten the curve and things calm down as we roll into summer. How does it not happen again the next time a few infected people make it back to the US next fall and kick it all off again? Legit question, is the idea to buy time so a vaccine can be made and distributed to billions of people? How does this not take off again next fall assuming it doesnt like warm weather and Vitamin D? Do we isolate and shut-in every 6 months?
Who is the little boy you refer? I assume the little boy is the proverbial little boy. Just wondering if you are calling someone on here out specifically.In the footnotes of all the "flattening" models it says we will have to repeat the process over and over, it prevents little. Not to mention the underlying assumptions are flawed to the most extreme worst case scenario. Does anyone ever read the footnotes or assumptions anymore?
Why aren't we comparing ourselves to Germany who has done less to prevent the spread but has a mortality rate of .3%?
Stop crying Wolf little boy, you're using up your chips. Quarantine the 5% and everybody else get off your ass and get back to work, breaks over.
I can tell you those of us in manufacturing are still working, essential or not. Outside of Autoliv being down one facility cause of two positive tests. I specifically build reefer trailers and we are just adapting to the situation.Nobody in particular, everyone that is blowing this out of proportion, the media, self serving politicians.........