One of the mysteries of the COVID-19 pandemic is why there are so many people who get infected but have little or no symptoms. That leads me to wonder if there is a ‘cow pox’ out there. Continue reading “Speculation: Is there a ‘cow pox?’”
One of my friends wished us all a happy Memorial Day. Memorial Day is not a ‘happy’ holiday, it is a day for honoring those who have died serving our country.
The best way to honor them is to resolve to not send another generation to the other side of the world to fight stupid, useless, endless wars that only plant the seeds for the next war.
The private operator has been blamed by Michigan authorities for the collapse of two dams that resulted in widespread destruction of property.
But it turns out that the owners recognized the hazard and had begun lowering the water levels to prevent the collapse. Then, Michigan’s Attorney General sued the operator to compel them to return the water levels to normal because lowering the levels was killing fresh water mussels.
Once again, wacko Democrat environmentalists put a dubious environmental agenda (the mussels, and everything else in the lakes are dead anyway) ahead of human lives and property.
Nic Lewis’s math is usually pretty solid. I hope he’s right.
The gist is that the current models that say we need 60-80% infection to reach herd immunity assume that we are all alike and in a homogeneous society, but we aren’t.
We aren’t all equally susceptible nor are we socially integrated. The same people who attend raves do not go to NASCAR races.
So, he predicts herd immunity will kick in at under 25%.
Northam has hinted that he will issue an order Tuesday requiring the wearing of masks in public places.
It disgusts me that he is probably right.
One of the reasons for the difficulty people have finding affordable health care insurance is that small employers such as dental offices, HVAC companies, realtors and photography studios can’t offer their employees insurance plans competitive with major corporations. Continue reading “Northam sabotages private sector health care”