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Apr 6, 2021 | 12:47 31 No problem I see you get confused easily
Yes agstar was talking about cases apr 5
No problem , glad you finally got it Reply With Quote
Apr 6, 2021 | 13:04 32
Quote Originally Posted by caseih View Post
No problem I see you get confused easily
Yes agstar was talking about cases apr 5
No problem , glad you finally got it
And do you get that higher numbers who have had the disease in Texas coupled with a higher vaccination rate may mean that the actual risk of contracting the disease is higher in Saskatchewan now. Texas 9.5% of population recovered + 16% fully vaccinated + 11% with one vacccination = 1/3 people in Texas likely have some immunity
whereas in Saskatchewan 2.9% of population recovered + 3.3% fully vaccinated + 15% with one vaccination = 1/5 people in Sask likely have some immunity.

So 66% of population still at risk in Texas compared to 80% of population in Saskatchewan Reply With Quote
Apr 6, 2021 | 14:40 33 One might expect top experts to have an answer as to why Covid cases in Texas have been falling for nearly a month, but they seem baffled by what's happening:

https://www.zerohedge.com/covid-19/d...pite-reopening

What's notable is that the positivity rate of testing in Texas is also dropping.

Contrast that to Ontario with some of the strictest measures in North America in place and now cases are rising.

I don't have a firm answer for this either, but something about the standard narrative (stricter lockdowns mean fewer cases) needs to be reassessed. If the model does not fit reality, maybe it's time to develop a different model. Reply With Quote

  • Apr 6, 2021 | 15:00 34 Sask health says 5% of population walking around asymptomatic.

    Maybe we all have had it?

    Why won't they test for antibodies in the people that are routinly at the lab for blood work. At least have some idea how close they are with the asymtomatiic estimate. Reply With Quote

  • Apr 6, 2021 | 15:28 35
    Quote Originally Posted by Austrian Economics View Post
    One might expect top experts to have an answer as to why Covid cases in Texas have been falling for nearly a month, but they seem baffled by what's happening:

    https://www.zerohedge.com/covid-19/d...pite-reopening

    What's notable is that the positivity rate of testing in Texas is also dropping.

    Contrast that to Ontario with some of the strictest measures in North America in place and now cases are rising.

    I don't have a firm answer for this either, but something about the standard narrative (stricter lockdowns mean fewer cases) needs to be reassessed. If the model does not fit reality, maybe it's time to develop a different model.
    In today’s world the models, numbers, data whatever you want to call it are just the flavor of the day, month, year, whatever suits the agenda.
    Maybe Texas is just tired of the bullshit. Reply With Quote

  • Apr 6, 2021 | 17:15 36
    Quote Originally Posted by Austrian Economics View Post
    If the model does not fit reality, maybe it's time to develop a different model.
    Unless of course it is a climate model, then you change the reality to fit the model. Reply With Quote

  • fjlip's Avatar Apr 6, 2021 | 17:47 37
    Quote Originally Posted by shtferbrains View Post
    Sask health says 5% of population walking around asymptomatic.

    Maybe we all have had it?

    Why won't they test for antibodies in the people that are routinly at the lab for blood work. At least have some idea how close they are with the asymtomatiic estimate.
    20% vof USA blood donors have the antibodies. You bet Sask has way more immune than any body knows/guesses.

    YES YES!
    I want an antibody test! We had that SOB over a year ago. Still have Long Covid crap. DO NOT need experimental gene therapy. Dr Blondeau on CBC noon says recovered have SAME antibodies as a VAX will give you....without the unknown long term DNA risk of course...my EXPERT opinion! He also said if you have adverse reactions to regular FLU vax, don't take this crap, that be me. And the SECOND booster shot, in 16 weeks or so, does have more adverse reactions, his words not mine. Reply With Quote

  • Partners's Avatar Apr 6, 2021 | 18:47 38 Well if Texas and sask are even the same in case per capita..they are living life. What are we doing?
    Seeing more and more people in vehicles by them selves wearing masks.
    So how many on here will be in their tractors/sprayers soon wearing a mask? Reply With Quote
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  • Apr 8, 2021 | 08:00 39 April 7 new cases 3800. Go Texas! Reply With Quote
    Apr 8, 2021 | 08:07 40 https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/canad...?ocid=msedgntp Reply With Quote
    jazz's Avatar Apr 8, 2021 | 08:11 41
    Quote Originally Posted by Jay-mo View Post
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    Dont post that. A guy like agstarr worships Trudeau. Reply With Quote
    Apr 8, 2021 | 12:57 42 agstar won't even look at it , doesn't fit Reply With Quote
    Apr 8, 2021 | 13:04 43
    Quote Originally Posted by agstar77 View Post
    April 7 new cases 3800. Go Texas!
    Texas 1 case for 7600 people , no lockdowns
    Quebec 1 case for 4600 people , lockdowns
    WTF Is your point?
    Last edited by caseih; Apr 8, 2021 at 21:14.
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  • fjlip's Avatar Apr 8, 2021 | 18:12 44 Quebec beat whole planet per population, I think. Reply With Quote