After the Curve

after the curve

5-19-2020

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After The Curve

 

Remember when they said what you don’t know can’t hurt you? Well they might have been right, but what you don’t know can kill you and that doesn’t always hurts, right?

 

A few weeks ago I critiqued a @OANN Investigative Report – Exposing China’s Coronavirus. That report mentioned scientific “Gain of Function” testing that occurred at a Biosafety Lab (BSL-3) in North Carolina in 2015 then published in a scientific journal. Among those participating were Ralph S. Baric of Gilling’s School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina, Dr. Shi Zheng-Li and another scientist from the Wuhan Institute of Virology in Wuhan, China.

 

Also uncovered in the report were references to writings and publications of noted author Rosemary Gibson warning about these genetic testing. It was shown that the US dependency on Chinese made drugs, medical equipment (PPE) and a host of other products, some outsourced by American companies. The lack of urgency or preparedness by national leaders placed their citizens at risk, while the aggressive approach by President Trump was the right thing to do.

 

Let is suffice to say that comments I received accused me of simply spreading fear.

 

We are now 2 months past the broadcast and there is much we should have learned from this pandemic. Although a deadly virus affecting millions around the globe is less deadly than the common flu.

 

Did you know that there are approximately 200 Biosafety Level 3 & 4 laboratories located in virtually every state of the union and even more around the globe each one for specific medical, military and/or research applications? These laboratories conduct a host of experiments, and an untold number of breaches or safety violations occur without nearby communities being aroused or even aware.

 

We have learned that the virus affects the body’s natural ability for the red blood cells to carry blood throughout the bloodstream. While searching for an effective vaccine we learn that a 70 year old antimalarial drug Hydroxychloroquine, sold under the brand name Plaquenil is the most highly effective treatment when prescribed with Azithromycin, known by the brand name Zithromax or Z-Pak.

 

We have also learned that preventive measures such as social distancing, facemasks and common sense contribute to lower infection rates than predicted. Stay at home measures have worked to a point, but prolonged seem to have unforeseen side effects such as mental health. We have not yet learned to balance mandated self-isolation with fresh air, sun and heat which kill the virus and promote healthy lives. A by-product of social distancing and wearing facemasks is the mass hysteria and paranoia that develop as fear turns into complete panic.

 

By natural design mankind is a social being, touching, feeling, tasting and living life as the creator meant it to be for developing fully functioning immune systems and mental health. Strip away the social aspect of human beings and you have nothing but an empty shell and a life no longer worth living.

 

We have learned that the humanity of man is not nourished in isolation to or from others. When challenges occur it is the ingenuity of man and the grace of Almighty God who access and adjust while developing new methods to succeed.

 

It is my opinion that we must take what he have learned and go out into the big wide world and get back to living life not haphazardly as we have done in the past, but by becoming more aware of the hazards we may encounter and embrace each one as a challenge to be overcome. We must live life to the fullest. We must love like there is no tomorrow. We must look forward to what is ahead. – I am the Real Truckmaster!

 

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