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    Bill Gates and company are building are building...

    Bill Gates and company are building are building an "advanced" nulear reactor in Wyoming. There are claims that the new design eliminates many of the risk factors of the age old plants that have...
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    My conclusion is that no measure is absolutely...

    My conclusion is that no measure is absolutely perfect., but niether is grossly over or underestimating things. You might differ.

    My state is offering monoclonial antibody clinics for at risk...
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    I believe it is for thetotal population. This is...

    I believe it is for thetotal population. This is what I could find...

    "To calculate the daily rate of new infections, we look at the average number of newly confirmed cases in the last 7 days per...
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    As I understand the cases per 100,000 population...

    As I understand the cases per 100,000 population measure, negative tests are not used in the calculation. So with more testing that could reveal more postive cases, the number could actually be...
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    The common measure here and I think somewhat...

    The common measure here and I think somewhat universally is positive cases per 100,000 population and new cases. How do you think your theory distorts that number?
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    Within some limits, it seems to me like we...

    Within some limits, it seems to me like we actually know quite a bit about the existing variants. Not everything, but there is some degree of concensus on many basics. No one know much about the...
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    My conclusion, going back to the original topic,...

    My conclusion, going back to the original topic, would be that going to a Covid party to intentionally get infected is a really bad idea regardless of quibbling over numbers. However, you would be...
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    I've not seen similar verbage in anything I've...

    I've not seen similar verbage in anything I've seen here, but I'd admit there could be some grey areas. If I were interested in further verifications, I'd say the spike in hospitalizations among the...
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    In these cases I distrust your twisting of...

    In these cases I distrust your twisting of numbers to benefit an argement much more than our department of health.
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    It might be different where you live, but it's a...

    It might be different where you live, but it's a number our news routinely banters about. A quick fact check, but I've seen it from other recent reliable sources

    Even as the root of this...
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    Not something I'd want to try, but I suspect a...

    Not something I'd want to try, but I suspect a lot of vaccinated people have inadvently been exposed and just had mild symptoms or were asymptomaic and never realized they had a mild Covid case. It...
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    Last year I had Thanksgiving at home due to Covid...

    Last year I had Thanksgiving at home due to Covid worries, and had Tofurkey. Thinking back to a year ago, while Covid is hardly gone, I am thankful for having a vaccine avaiible and relaxing at...
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    The program sounds good on paper. There is...

    The program sounds good on paper. There is supposedly some certification requried to go maskless with a vaccinated staff and all customers, and also follow up audits, but it will be an overwhelming...
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    And appearently carries a risk of life in prison...

    And appearently carries a risk of life in prison for a flawed approach.
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    Maybe, maybe not. I think one thing the mask...

    Maybe, maybe not. I think one thing the mask mandate does do is that it elevates the awareness of increased risk, so there are other behavioral changes that go along with it.

    Our hospitals are...
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    From our local news. Larimer County adopted a...

    From our local news.

    Larimer County adopted a mask order when its hospitals got overwhelmed with COVID-19 cases along with a surge on other medical needs. It’s had an impact, Jefferson County...
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    Although I don't agree at all, I now understand...

    Although I don't agree at all, I now understand the anger better. We will never know the outcome under those circumstances, but it seems rather pointless to play the what if race card in every...
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    I have seen ads for quick covid test kits, though...

    I have seen ads for quick covid test kits, though I don't know that they are readily availible at retail outlets. It's probably not reasonable to request the anti-vaxers to pass a test before hand. ...
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    I think the term idiot better describes both over...

    I think the term idiot better describes both over the word vigilante.
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    That's also true.

    That's also true.
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    And if the armed man would have stayed at home,...

    And if the armed man would have stayed at home, no one would have been killed and the property would be just as destroyed?

    I'm not convinced of the need or use of a lone untrained person of any...
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    Several counties in my state have reinstated mask...

    Several counties in my state have reinstated mask mandates for all indoor public places due to hospitals at or near capacity. Exceptions include businesses that require vaccinaiton for both...
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    The other trial involving self-defense is the...

    The other trial involving self-defense is the three men who tried to make a citizens arrest of a black man out for a jog. I suppose people will also compare the outcome of that trial to be biased by...
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    Narcos Mexico season 3. I've watched the whole...

    Narcos Mexico season 3. I've watched the whole narcos series over the few years they've been out. A lot of bloody violence, but nice music and scenery. They are all based on true events. I think...
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    "Why We Sleep" by Matthew Walker. What modern...

    "Why We Sleep" by Matthew Walker. What modern science says about what happens when we sleep and how it is an integral part of our biological function. Written by a scientist who has studied sleep...
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