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    Is it true that contagiousness peaks after (or at...

    Is it true that contagiousness peaks after (or at least closer to) symptom onset for the flu? "Stay home if you're sick" works a lot better if that's the case.
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    Sounds like a recipe for GSW with COVID as a...

    Sounds like a recipe for GSW with COVID as a contributing factor. Might still be worth considering.
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    Here's a useful bit of info on that topic : ...

    Here's a useful bit of info on that topic :

    https://drbartlettpear.com/2020/08/30/covid-19-series-entry-11/
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    Well, you wouldn't necessarily have to: if you...

    Well, you wouldn't necessarily have to: if you are really committed to alternate realities, you could just use archive.org to see what CDC was saying in March and April and ignore the last quarter...
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    You can investigate it yourself by looking at flu...

    You can investigate it yourself by looking at flu numbers back when coronavirus numbers were too small to include anything else. The flu was killed before corona really got going. I looked it up on...
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    Yup. If you go back and look at the data for the...

    Yup. If you go back and look at the data for the flu and COVID really early on, like when companies first started WFH, the flu numbers were falling off a cliff before the COVID numbers really got...
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    The article acknowledges that T cells and B cells...

    The article acknowledges that T cells and B cells also contribute to immunity and then quote this:



    Which could only be literally true if immunity only comes from antibodies. Skeptical.
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    Probably true, especially since it's hard for...

    Probably true, especially since it's hard for anyone to be unaffected completely. The weird part of this year is how random that is--someone makes money off every war, but this isn't normal.
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    Not sure he has the balls for that, but if people...

    Not sure he has the balls for that, but if people really are worried about their economy the step back to stage 3 should motivate some masks. And credit to the city of Cd'A for mandating them...
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    The cult's argument is that false flag agent...

    The cult's argument is that false flag agent provocateurs don't matter because if they succeeded in inciting riots that means the rest of the mob already had evil in their hearts. Denial is a helluva...
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    Ummm...

    Ummm...
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    Word. Turns out 90% remote is a very good...

    Word. Turns out 90% remote is a very good arrangement. And I don't even really work there!

    Genie is definitely out, but the range of choices that just opened up range from dense urban to remote...
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    And screen sharing! 3 teams windows and none of...

    And screen sharing! 3 teams windows and none of them get the attention of the viewer so you get to sit there discussing something that only one person is looking at. Fknteamz.
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    QFT. It's amazing what they managed to screw up...

    QFT. It's amazing what they managed to screw up that worked just fine in a dozen other IM/VOIP apps. Skype, for one, before MS screwed that up.

    Luke, if you really want to carry back some...
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    Lots of people think the politics of an area can...

    Lots of people think the politics of an area can be improved by immigration but they're wrong. Carpet baggers are never accepted anywhere and California is not sending their best. They're Republican,...
  16. That seems true. But if the USFS is going trail...

    That seems true. But if the USFS is going trail by trail (and it seems that's what everyone wants, since it makes the most sense--hell, if that one thing happens it would be a step forward for all of...
  17. I can't see how the USFS destination changes...

    I can't see how the USFS destination changes anything with respect to NOVA (or similar): the question is not what USFS thinks an e-bike is, that's a matter for the organization giving the money. If...
  18. I'd like to hear how the designation of...

    I'd like to hear how the designation of non-motorised or motorised changes anything with regard to trail access and funding. I see the argument that changing trails to motorised becomes a problem for...
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    From the provider, azovahealth.com:

    From the provider, azovahealth.com:
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    You may not have been the first. But good on you....

    You may not have been the first. But good on you. That conversation needs to happen within the profession.

    Unfortunately chemists have no such governing body. See also: Duke U.
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    If only that had worked both ways.

    If only that had worked both ways.
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    There are medical backgrounds on that board, too....

    There are medical backgrounds on that board, too. Also noteworthy that none of the 4 covidiots live in Kootenai County, where the mandate was. Both of the members actually from that county voted to...
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    Idaho has rounded the corner already and up north...

    Idaho has rounded the corner already and up north it's not even a real disease!

    https://www.idahostatesman.com/news/business/article246658003.html?ac_cid=DM308519&ac_bid=-1657613734
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    Not an owner just an interested engineer, but...

    Not an owner just an interested engineer, but this definitely has me thinking twice about BD now. To me the sketchiest part of the response is their repeated mention of having tested other companies'...
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    Took his own advice?

    Took his own advice?
  26. Sigworthy. Well done sir.

    Sigworthy. Well done sir.
  27. Lift to drag ratio something angle of attack...

    Lift to drag ratio something angle of attack weight and thermodynamics and demand driving business decisions about flight schedules. Did that clear it up?
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    I think I speak for most of my fellow Americans...

    I think I speak for most of my fellow Americans when I say: how long until they can grow me a new pancreas?
  29. Thread: Physics

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    The intake or the umbrella? Seriously, though,...

    The intake or the umbrella?

    Seriously, though, great job shaking the umbrella to disguise the fact that the blower's not on. It even distracts the eye a little from noticing that he's slowing down...
  30. Thread: Physics

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    If the air exits the umbrella backwards then...

    If the air exits the umbrella backwards then there's a net forward thrust. But which way is the intake facing?
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    Obviously that's not the whole definition of herd...

    Obviously that's not the whole definition of herd immunity, but if R0>1 you have exponential growth, aka not herd immunity. It's been illustrated in several articles discussed here in the past that...
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    Isn't it? If R0 falls below 1 and the disease...

    Isn't it? If R0 falls below 1 and the disease dies out then for that herd at that time the level of immunity was adequate. The point being, R0 changes based on many factors and the idiots keep acting...
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    Got some good news last night: my wife's friend,...

    Got some good news last night: my wife's friend, a really active young mom, was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer about a year ago. It had already spread. I haven't kept up with all of her...
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    It's been stated many times that herd immunity...

    It's been stated many times that herd immunity has never been achieved without a vaccine, but unfortunately there's a qualifier that gets left off: it's never happened once a disease was endemic....
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    I actually meant a relationship between the rate...

    I actually meant a relationship between the rate of percent positive tests and the probable real infection rate. I think it's assumed that some common positivity rates in some places correlate with a...
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    A client looks specifically for "death threats"...

    A client looks specifically for "death threats" as the major focus of any vetting process, which seems pretty accurate. At this stage that could be anything commercial or technical in addition to...
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    Has anyone been so bold as to estimate a...

    Has anyone been so bold as to estimate a relationship between rate of positivity and undetected cases?
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    No reason to fake weakness. We prefer presidents...

    No reason to fake weakness. We prefer presidents who don't get COVID.
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    https://youtu.be/VFUEgFdP5zE

    https://youtu.be/VFUEgFdP5zE
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    That's an interesting data point. How consistent...

    That's an interesting data point. How consistent are they with this protocol? Any chance you can say how many asymptomatic positives?
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    To be fair, Trump did declare himself a wartime...

    To be fair, Trump did declare himself a wartime president at one point and then changed his mind when that didn't seem to work politically. So that's kind of a change. First wartime president to...
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    Holy shit, that's probably true! I've always...

    Holy shit, that's probably true! I've always wondered about bear spray but the squirt bottle may the the best argument for it I've seen.
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    So the argument is that it's better to kill a lot...

    So the argument is that it's better to kill a lot more people if you can do it by only doing a little worse economically?
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    Sweden's economy has fared worse than their...

    Sweden's economy has fared worse than their neighbors who have done a better job of controlling the virus.
    ...
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    Thanks for stating this up front and saving me...

    Thanks for stating this up front and saving me from reading that wall of text. As everyone knows, sticking to a plan always works. What was it Patton said? "Every battle plan survives contact with...
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    If the Time piece is right there is every reason...

    If the Time piece is right there is every reason to expect that Sweden has undercounted deaths by never testing people who died after being denied access to hospitals. They've claimed schools are no...
  47. Question for the Canadians who are border...

    Question for the Canadians who are border adjacent: have you ever attempted to provide input to a US agency on policy decisions? If so, what was the response, if any?

    I've never seen the USFS...
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    Are you sure this doesn't belong in the...

    Are you sure this doesn't belong in the bullfighting forum?
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    Because there are so many road kills everywhere...

    Because there are so many road kills everywhere else that has them?
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    Do they seriously not have a way to unblind one...

    Do they seriously not have a way to unblind one participant to some unrelated party who could determine whether it matters?
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