Monthly Archives: December 2020

This Damn Covid19

From Feb to May I observed many deaths from Covid19 graphs that looked like this: I observed this in different populations, and population sizes, around the world. I hypothesized that something was dramatically slowing the spread of the disease long before the … Continue reading

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Covid19 “Science” from CMU, Squeee!

The Delphi Group at Carnegie Mellon University recently released data on mask-wearing in the United States via a project called a COVIDMap and public API. This is a valuable contribution to the understanding of Covid19 models; actual mask wearing data … Continue reading

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A History of Science for Dummies

Faith A long time ago, perhaps, some people believed that they could make it rain by tossing the right number of live virgins into live volcanoes, because someone with authority (power) told them so. Sometimes it did rain, establishing correlation, … Continue reading

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