What is the Covid-19 Learning Curve? Let’s Talk Reporting Accuracy, Ethics and Morals (with an Added Tarot Reading Summary)

We Haven’t had a Chance to Stop and Think in the Face of Covid-19 so Mistakes Have Been Made.  Now is the Time to Rethink Things!

This podcast was recorded live on BlogTalkRadio and was deleted.

covid-19 newsI promised to repost it here so you can hear it.  We are all learning together!  There are things we need to understand about the handling of Covid-19 and information we need to consider:

Covid Questions I Haven’t Heard Yet

  1. Is Georgia Governor Kemp suing Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms to placate his voter base, which is the same as Trump’s base?
  2. Why hasn’t FedEx reportedly paid couriers hazard pay, when the company reportedly gave its CFO a $575,000 covid bonus?  Are corporations acting ethically with Covid-19 funds they’ve received from the government?
  3. Are doctors using Covid-19 diagnoses to avoid autopsies, thereby avoiding malpractice suits?  Have they been ordered to do this in order to save the medical insurance industry?
  4. During the week of 4/11/2020, CDC reported 11,223 daily deaths from flu, pneumonia and Covid ONLY (cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr). In 2017 the average daily deaths TOTAL FOR ANY REASON was only about 7,700. Who is checking all death certs for accuracy and sensibility of the Covid-19 numbers and stats (numbers come from hospital staff who are not statisticians)?
  5. Are professional mathematicians and certified statisticians overseeing the numbers reporting for Covid or is reporting being overseen by Colleges, Universities and their students?
  6. Is home schooling an option for all types of learners?  What are long-term educational consequences as a result of Covid-19?

Rev. Renee

 

We Need Viruses. Here’s Why We Keep Them When We May Already Have the Cure.

Most people don’t have a medical background, including me.  Others have quite an extensive one, however they cannot practice or medicate anyone without prior approval from the government.

Viruses Are a Necessary Part of Life.

Each day thousands of schools and HR departments test candidates in order to ensure entry to the most qualified applicants.  When you need a service or product, you are glad when the person providing it is up to par.

Viruses test the human condition by weeding out the weak, thereby accomplishing a few goals:

Protecting natural resources,

Preventing overpopulation,

Preventing the spread of even worse diseases,

Creating diversity and

Promoting Natural Selection.

From the 1500s to the 1800s the average life expectancy in the US was between 30 and 40 years old.  That’s considered young today, especially with modern advances.

I once knew a woman from China who said her family had perfected their bloodline to live much older and stay younger-looking for longer.  She also said she’d never been sick and she was about 70 (with a healthy sex drive), but looked 35.  China’s had time to perfect this since their country is over 3,000 years old compared to the US’ mere 243 years.

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Covid 19 AKA Coronavirus | the New Kid on the Block? (What's the Real Deal?) Conspiracy Theories Included

Are We Comparing Apples to Apples?

How is Influenza influencing the world?

It’s too soon to calculate detailed information about Covid 19. There are soooo many variables to consider.

We’d have to compare #Covid_19 to the Flu in a different way to make an accurate comparison, meaning the first year of Covid-19 has to be compared to the first year of the Flu (without the vaccine) or the 5th year of life of one must be compared to the 5th year of life for the other with similarly available medications for both. This makes the true R0 value (spreadability) difficult to determine right now — it is like having a 3 month old with ADHD and no meds compare to a 55 year old world traveler on CBD and Valium.

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