Hammond Answers Cowan's "Five Simple Questions for Virologists"
And I agree w/his analysis. There are more details that could be added to some of his answers, but they would be extensions, not exceptions or justifications.
I agree w with Jeremy’s analysis. I could add more details to some of his answers, but they would be neither exceptions nor justifications, rather, extensions on details, as I have in the past in my posts addressing the questions.
As I have understood the exchanges, the answers to the questions have been provided to this crowd by myself and others for some time (over a year and a half ago at least.
In my opinion, given that the questions have been addressed repeatedly, I think this has been a non-issue for a long time and is only kept alive via ignoring clear evidence and via the repetition of answered questions.
Please read Jeremy’s answers.
If they do not precisely provide sufficient information, let me know what specific additional information is needed.
Fascinating read. I remain unconvinced. Even if viruses in fact do exist, it would appear that they are not always and maybe never the sole cause of the illness, as is suggested by two other data points during Covid, i.e. the nutritional aspect and the bearing it has on the immune system, including the research published in BMJ during the period which concluded that low inflammatory diets like plant-based (-73%) and even pescatarian (-59%), reduced the risk of "moderate to severe" covid, and high inflammatory diets more likely increase the risk (low carb diets: +20%).
The other issue is the question of why viruses obey stop signs, and political boundaries, as has been documented by several researchers both in Italy during the aerly part of the outbreak and in terms of the distribution of mortality in the US (Rancourt).
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