Author Archives: Ray

BREAKING: CDC Reviewing ‘Stunning’ Universal Testing Results From Boston Homeless Shelter, & The First Big Sero-Prevalance Reports Just Released By Stanford: Fatality Rates Bottomed-Out To Influenza Levels [UPDATED]

But first: if you think economics do not matter compared with Covid, I beg you to reconsider. From today’s Reuters: U.N. warns economic downturn could kill hundreds of thousands of children in 2020 (Link) Why is there nowhere the equal concern and passion for these dying and innocent humans? Is it that the headline is…

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Covid-19 & The Complete Corruption Of Science: This Is How Dogmas Are Formed

You must see this. It will provide you with a profound insight into something very significant. This article was published just yesterday: The Psychological Reason Why Some People Aren’t Following COVID-19 Quarantine Orders How to handle the people who aren’t convinced by facts Despite the repeated consensus that adhering to social distancing guidelines is the…

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Individual Rights And The Meaning Of Freedom

Individuals possess rights because of which there are things that no person and no group or institution may rightfully do — not without being in violation of those rights — which is to say, without being in the wrong. It is no accident that “wrong” is the opposite of “right” in this context as well.…

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End The Shutdown

Government doesn’t “need a plan” to “end the shutdown.” Government needs to end the shutdown. Immediately. To support forced shutdowns for an unspecified and indefinite time-span means to rely upon the same government that spent weeks sending contradictory messages, blocking testing, and being entirely unprepared to provide actual leadership. To end the forced lockdowns is…

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Farr’s Law Playing Out & Being Proven & Vindicated Before Our Very Eyes

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United Nations Admits Food-Supply Lines Are Already In Danger

“Emergencies have always been the pretext on which the safeguards of individual liberty have eroded.” — Friedrich Hayek When the shutdown happened, it was a panicked, random, sweeping irrational decision made by scared politicians responding to howling media freaks. Regular people were horrified. All these three weeks later, you can see people coming around and…

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10 Philadelphia Cops Drag Man Off Bus For Not Wearing A Face Mask

This video is for anyone who thinks I exaggerate the dangers of authoritarianism and laws laid down by authoritarian decree:

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Human Intelligence & Human Ingenuity Versus Government Force & Lockdown

Compare these two headlines:

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A Case-Study In Groupthink & Mass Cognitive-Dissonance

The evidence is overwhelming: poverty creates disease and death. It sickens and kills over the short and long term, and brings higher rates of morbidity and mortality. Things crucial to our day-to-day lives (medical and otherwise) come from healthy inventive economies – or they don’t come at all, as many people are only now discovering.…

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Roseland Hospital: 30-to-50 Percent Of Those Tested Have Covid-19 Antibody (And Other Headlines You May Have Forgotten)

This is from the Chicago City Wire and it’s significant because, as it says in the article, it indicates that “the spread of the virus may have been underway in the Roseland community — and the state and country as a whole — prior to the issuance of stay at home orders and widespread business…

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Knowledge And Understanding Brings Calm

It’s sometimes called Farr’s Law, named after William Farr (1807 – 1883), and it states that all epidemics — all of them — follow an epidemiological curve (also known as an epi-curve or S-curve). These curves start out with an alarmingly steep incline. But over time, in natural progression, they slope downward and eventually flatten. This…

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Death By Social Distancing

“There’s nothing to be scared about. This is the flu epidemic like every other flu epidemic — maybe more severe, but nothing is fundamentally different from the flu we’ve seen every other year.” – Professor Knut Wittkowski I made this video after reading the transcripts of a talk given by professor Knut Wittkowski — an…

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“Social Distancing” Is NOT Lockdown — And Then There’s The Curious Case Of Sweden

Be careful of that bait-and-switch, which has already begun. Social distancing is voluntarily. Lockdown is not. Be aware of this as well: Also this, from infectious-disease specialist Doctor Amesh Adalja, of Johns Hopkins: Doctor Amesh Adalja also recently said “I suspect coronavirus was here even before the 1st official case was diagnosed in Washington state…

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Some Good News About COVID-19

As the state of affairs becomes increasingly polarized in America — degenerating with clockwork predictability into partisan polemics of the most concrete-bound sort (with, however, this bizarre twist, which, if you think about it, follows a certain contorted logic: the left now angry at Donald Trump for not being fascist enough in his refusal (so…

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How Excessive Regulation Ignited COVID-19’s Spread & What Is The Better Way

When the history of coronavirus is written, the heroic work of Helen Y. Chu, a flu researcher at the University of Washington, will be worthy of recognition. This infuriating account comes from LeapsMag.com: In late January, Chu was testing nasal swabs for the Seattle Flu Study to monitor influenza spread when she learned of the…

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