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  1. Re: So far COVID-19 measures haven't sequestered any perceptible CO2 from the atmosph

    Thanks for all the good information on methane, Islander. I've always been ignorant on it except that it is more powerful at retaining heat by 100 x over CO2. I didn't realize it morphs into CO2 to...
  2. Re: So far COVID-19 measures haven't sequestered any perceptible CO2 from the atmosph

    I don't know much about methane, except as you say, it has a strong impact, if we are talking about "green house effect" alone. I'd love to see statistics on what the methane levels were when foliage...
  3. Re: So far COVID-19 measures haven't sequestered any perceptible CO2 from the atmosph

    I'm glad you were able to provide some light on this Mr. Wizard. I was unable to read your first link without subscribing to National Geographic, but I did manage to glean from what I glimpsed of the...
  4. So far COVID-19 measures haven't sequestered any perceptible CO2 from the atmosphere

    OK, maybe no increased sequestration, but what about emission? Isn't that less?

    You can look at these charts every way from daily to a 2-year span. There's normally a drop in CO2 from May...
  5. Re: Chidren Are Falling Ill with Baffling Ailment Related To Covid-19

    I'm not going to let you forget that you have more on Coronavirus and ascorbate, Islander. It's been a long time with no HH at all, so I'm catching up on threads I was interested in and found this...
  6. Re: Link identified between dietary selenium and outcome of Covid-19 disease

    Thanks Mr. Wizard. It sounds like for those of us living in moderate to low selenium areas, a supplement is a good idea!
  7. Re: How To Say No If Vaccines Become Mandatory

    I'm in agreement, for a different reason: We might have an out, legally, but what I fear is that right now there's a huge following of those that push for vaccination, and right now seems to be ready...
  8. The Ethics of COVID-19 Immunity-Based Licenses

    Govind Persad, JD, PhD1; Ezekiel J. Emanuel, MD, PhD2
    JAMA. Published online May 6, 2020. doi:10.1001/jama.2020.8102
    May 6, 2020

    "Certifications of immunity are sometimes called...
  9. Re: The Coronavirus Has Mutated And Appears to be More Contagious Now

    You are on the right track Islander. I found even more evidence of how selenium helps with virus, and posted a couple of links in Mr. Wizard's thread on viral Mutation. Selenium in sufficient amounts...
  10. Re: Prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 Infection in Residents of a Large Homeless Shelter in Bo

    Yes, I read the paper and replied regarding it under your thread on Mutation. Numbers of mutations and mutation rates don't matter (well, except for someone trying to design a vaccine to handle...
  11. Thread: Plan Demic

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    Re: Plan Demic

    Thanks grulla! I downloaded it. I had seen at least one YouTube featuring Mikovits already. She is on point all the way!

    Best writing and prognosticating I've ever seen about the subject of the...
  12. Re: The Coronavirus Has Mutated And Appears to be More Contagious Now

    Interesting, the paper opens with "Declaration of Interests:The authors declare no competing interests"

    Nothing said about supporting interests. I would guess companies interested in developing...
  13. Re: Chidren Are Falling Ill with Baffling Ailment Related To Covid-19

    Looking a third time at the townsendletter citation above I find a couple of interesting paragraphs:

    "Children naturally have high melatonin when they are under the age of nine. However, in...
  14. Re: Chidren Are Falling Ill with Baffling Ailment Related To Covid-19

    The effect of COVID-19 on the blood vessels is not unexpected. It is primarily a disease of the circulatory system as explained here: ...
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    Re: Pandemic Data from CDC updated May 5,2020

    While I could comment on the data in these tables that deals with virus vs pneumonia, etc. what I found interesting were just the "Deaths from all causes" and "Percent of Expected Deaths" columns in...
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    Pandemic Data from CDC updated May 5,2020

    National Center for Health Statistics
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
    Updated May 5, 2020

    https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/covid19/index.htm

    "It is important to note that...
  17. Re: Link identified between dietary selenium and outcome of Covid-19 disease

    Yet another source saying selenium is critical to recovering from (but I'd guess protecting from) COVID-19.
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  18. Re: Prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 Infection in Residents of a Large Homeless Shelter in Bo

    Maurya, you make a good point in support of the immunity our bodies offer. You also made me realize something else: Every time they immunize a person for a virus, and the person seems protected, they...
  19. Re: Prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 Infection in Residents of a Large Homeless Shelter in Bo

    Thanks, Mr. Wizard. This is helpful, as it has a lot about the current state of the science with respect to COVID-19 as a special case. There's no proof that it is different from other viruses in...
  20. Re: Prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 Infection in Residents of a Large Homeless Shelter in Bo

    Do you have some links to this information Mr. Wizard? It would be fantastic to see a study on this.

    Logically it makes no sense whatsoever. I mean, if a strain of a virus doesn't itself die off,...
  21. Re: Link identified between dietary selenium and outcome of Covid-19 disease

    Islander, I remember reading a Mercola article once that seemed to mention that the ocean sources of Mercury (shellfish, sardines, etc.) also happen to contain about enough selenium to help remove...
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    Re: Potential Treatment For Chronic Pain

    Good to hear of a treatment for nerve pain. If the pain is from arthritis, ligaments, rotator-cuff, etc. I have been relying on collagen for years.

    I wonder if the new nerve treatment will also...
  23. Re: World Health Organization declares Sweden the model for the world

    Maurya, you are lucky to live on the island you do. It's low population density, far lower than high-rise cities, or even Burmuda, leaves it with as little as about 1/10th as deadly an effect from...
  24. Re: Link identified between dietary selenium and outcome of Covid-19 disease

    Yes, I am now in a lowest-level county also. Fortunately I still buy produce and meats from other areas. I think the salt blocks that provide selenium might be a good thing for your animals, though...
  25. Re: Spot Coronavirus antibody tests on homeless - amazing results

    Here's the results of a spot test done by University of Southern California in conjunction with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. Tests done by Stanford University and in...
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