I thought eating bacon was unhealthy. Maybe I should rethink that.
Could be useful.
If it holds up, this is good news.
A fine post on the virus by Dr. Malcolm Kendrick, a general practitioner. Interesting information about what's known--a little--and what's not--a lot. Also quite interesting on the difficulties assigning "cause of death". Not scary until the (speculative) conclusion:
This pandemic is going to be a model for all mass panicking stupidity in the future. Because to do otherwise, would be to admit that we made a pig’s ear of it this time. Far too many powerful reputations at stake to allow that.
"While word-finding failures can be taken as evidence of memory problems, they may not be harbingers of befuddlement after all."
"New research links serotonin and dopamine not just to addiction and depression, but to the ability to control genes."
"Disclosure: This presentation contains no BS. Moreover, it was not composed in any facility manufacturing BS."
This sounds disturbing:
The pro-lockdown evidence is shockingly thin, and based largely on comparing real-world outcomes against dire computer-generated forecasts derived from empirically untested models, and then merely positing that stringencies and “nonpharmaceutical interventions” account for the difference between the fictionalized vs. the real outcome.
Related: "Lockdown: a deadly, failed experiment".
"Yes, diet and exercise can be useful to prevent some cancers. Unfortunately, they don’t prevent all cancers, and the effect size is more modest than often represented."