Tagged: Covid-19

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Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine and blood clots

This post: circa 1,250 words, estimated reading time: 6 minutes Prelude intro I personally don’t wholly trust the Covid-19 vaccines, any of them, though that’s as much to do with caution (because I understand their development and delivery) as paranoia. I’ve written as much in the past. However, the world...

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Covid-19 vaccine: why be afraid?

This post: circa 1,400 words, estimated reading time: 7 minutes Laughing at anti-vaxers The Guardian ran an article today, entitled, ‘Covid-19 vaccines: why are some people hesitant? (part one) – podcast‘, and shared it on Facebook. Some of the comments, one in particular, annoyed me a tad! I rather doubt...

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Covid-19. Is the vaccine safe? Also, who’s to blame?

This post: circa 3,000 words, estimated reading time: 15 minutes Thought-provoking observations A friend shared this picture below, and while you may or may not agree with its underlying message, it raises a valid point.     Makes you think, eh?   NOTE! This post does not suggest nor imply...

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Shades of Jekyll and Ms Hyde, it’s the Corona plague. Blame Boris!

This post: circa 1,400 words, estimated reading time: 7 minutes We are all Johnson’s exes now. Claims Guardian columnist and Tory basher, Marina Hyde. Adding, as she does, that we are led on by false hope and dishonesty. Her heritage speaks of privilege, but has she lost touch with her...

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Covid-23: Songbird

COVID: Songbird Four years into quarantine the virus has changed and so have we… Described as a ‘terrifying thriller’, in the Songbird movie SAR2-Cov has mutated into COVID-23 virus and the world is now in its fourth year of lockdown. In this new dystopia infected Americans are dragged from their...

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The corona virus is a ‘fake plandemic’?

Facebook trolls? Or do they actually believe what they say? Mostly I’m bored with the whole pandemic. In the great scheme of things, it’s not that bad, depending how you approach it, of course. Before it’s run its course over a million will have died, and millions more have long-term...

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Corona and exponential growth, when does it all end?

Allowing for heavy rounding-up, I was playing with the maths of Covid-19 in the UK. Jan 1st, no. of cases: 0, chance of infection: near to zero Feb 1st, no. of cases: ~ 2, chance of infection: 33 million to 1 Mar 1st, no. of cases: 36, chance of infection:...

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The fear is real

Giz mode I intended to approach this from another angle, but this one will suffice! An article in Gizmodo (shared on Facebook) began by decrying: “On Tuesday night, Brazil’s president demanded that governors end quarantine measures, falsely claiming that “90 percent” of the population will show no symptoms from covid-19...

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When I were a lad

A friend shared this on Facebook, and I’m sharing it too, there, and here. Because it matters. It raises a question that has been bothering me since this manufactured hysteria over the coronavirus started. It also raises darker questions, but those are for another day, or for history to examine....