It's really easy in a situation like this to lose track of what's been said, done, and predicted within the last few weeks. We are inundated with new information and models every day, and no one pauses to learn from the (recent) past. So let's do that right now. Review the graph below and meet … Continue reading “Our Pearl Harbor moment”
The Faceless Dead
This is great journalism from the Daily Telegraph.
Work Smarter, Not Harder
This is insightful commentary, and corresponds to several expert theories now in circulation. Read it all.
Now that we're several weeks into this pandemic and covidiocracy (my term for the ever-evolving new laws and social expectations) is fairly well-spread, we are clearly at the point where we can look at the projections that started all this and compare them to reality. And almost everyone, on all sides, admits that the models … Continue reading The Pivot
Some people are starting to ask the right questions. Do we need to see a surge in U.S. malnutrition cases before governors and mayors will reconsider their shutdown orders? Model that.
We Have To Kill the Patient to Save Her
Covidiocracy is spreading... https://twitter.com/AlexBerenson/status/1248206518169804801
Like a Set of Fine China
All societies have inherent contradictions, as all people have them (we call it hypocrisy but essentially it's where our actions don't fit our supposed beliefs). This was true of the founding of this country, when we claimed all men were created equal as we slapped Africans in chains. And it's even more true today... we … Continue reading Like a Set of Fine China
Third Time’s the Charm
Those are the new forecasts from IHME today... just two days after their previous update said 82,000 would die, which replaced the previous forecast from last week of 94,000. Now before anyone says "Well, that's because quarantine is working"... bear in mind, all of IHME's projections have assumed "full social distancing til May". So they … Continue reading Third Time’s the Charm
The Gray of COVID-19
We wonder why people seem to be so partisan. Those on the other side of the aisle, whatever the "aisle" is, are always wrong and nonredeemable. But MY side, now there's the ticket. Politics are where this becomes most obvious, but it's true in so many other areas of life. And I think that's because … Continue reading The Gray of COVID-19