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Daniel Stassen5 Months ago
Most of excess death must be from locking people down and massive unemployment in the emerging world. Almost 2 years without work is killing people
Austin Quinez5 Months ago
PhrontDoor5 Months ago
In America, you have a current death-toll of 616,000+ people. They only have a bit under 330 million people. That means 1 person of every 532 in the US has died of the disease. That's not 1/532 people infected, not 1/532 hospitalized, that's out of ALL the people who literally just EXIST in the US, that were living.
Marley Maz5 Months ago
So basically young people in Canada are being locked-down, so that old people don’t die. Can’t the old people, who are generally retired, just stay home? Let the young people spread it to each other and be done with it. The boomer generation just keeps taking and taking.
Alex Murgueitio5 Months ago
Computationally irreducible Mathematics will find a way
Unknown Profile5 Months ago
Remember guys, people didn't die before covid!
Douglas Hagan5 Months ago
All right of infection time over spread so we have to calculate let's see well it depends on populations and dents areas condensation of people increases the rate of spread in isolated areas of course the spread would be a fraction of what it is in crowds or high density areas but basically the covid-19 is spreading at a certain rate in the cities and high density areas that can be
Douglas Hagan5 Months ago
Well classes and statistics teach you how to calculate the spread rate calculus of the trip of a million trips are calculated to fractions into a calculus that shows you account of various time frames over massive populations which at this rate we're about 1.5 to 2.3 people per 5 minutes this way we spread over population of about 4 million till we just divide that into that and we come up with the calculation
Jasper Caelan5 Months ago
In all honesty.. who cares? There's too many people for the planet to sustain. If anything a more powerful virus is needed.
Can't Beat The BAY!5 Months ago
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    Public Response On മരണമ സ സ ആറ റ റ റ യ ഡ മ യ രമ യ പണ ക കര ട റ എൻട ര

    Daniel Stassen5 Months ago
    Most of excess death must be from locking people down and massive unemployment in the emerging world. Almost 2 years without work is killing people
    Austin Quinez5 Months ago
    PhrontDoor5 Months ago
    In America, you have a current death-toll of 616,000+ people. They only have a bit under 330 million people. That means 1 person of every 532 in the US has died of the disease. That's not 1/532 people infected, not 1/532 hospitalized, that's out of ALL the people who literally just EXIST in the US, that were living.
    Marley Maz5 Months ago
    So basically young people in Canada are being locked-down, so that old people don’t die. Can’t the old people, who are generally retired, just stay home? Let the young people spread it to each other and be done with it. The boomer generation just keeps taking and taking.
    Alex Murgueitio5 Months ago
    Computationally irreducible Mathematics will find a way
    Unknown Profile5 Months ago
    Remember guys, people didn't die before covid!
    Douglas Hagan5 Months ago
    All right of infection time over spread so we have to calculate let's see well it depends on populations and dents areas condensation of people increases the rate of spread in isolated areas of course the spread would be a fraction of what it is in crowds or high density areas but basically the covid-19 is spreading at a certain rate in the cities and high density areas that can be
    Douglas Hagan5 Months ago
    Well classes and statistics teach you how to calculate the spread rate calculus of the trip of a million trips are calculated to fractions into a calculus that shows you account of various time frames over massive populations which at this rate we're about 1.5 to 2.3 people per 5 minutes this way we spread over population of about 4 million till we just divide that into that and we come up with the calculation
    Jasper Caelan5 Months ago
    In all honesty.. who cares? There's too many people for the planet to sustain. If anything a more powerful virus is needed.
    Can't Beat The BAY!5 Months ago
    🧢 🧢 🧢