This Week we Cover: Another common cold virus? Modeling SARS-CoV-2’s progress through the ages. Can limonene be a possible candidate for evaluation as an agent or adjuvant against infection, immunity, and inflammation in COVID-19? New study: Without right messaging, masks… Read More ›
Mesenchymal stem cells amazing outcomes for COVID patients, Vaccines glycol or sorbate allergy, hmm.
My favorite research this week was on Mesenchymal stem cells treatments for COVID patients. The CDC issued warnings in reference to polysorbate or polyethylene glycol allergy and mRNA vaccines. Plus DATA tracking mRNA vaccines and Hospitalizations. PLUS MORE DATA DATA… Read More ›
Annal of Internal Medicine “Mask Benefit Claims Inconclusive”, Lund University Lockdown Models Heavily Flawed” Plus new Data Vaccine to Population Ratio
Annal of Internal Medicine “Mask Benefit Claims Inconclusive”, Lund University Lockdown Models Heavily Flawed” Plus new Data Vaccine to Population Ratio This week we review the above plus start mining data in reference to COVID-19 Vaccine rate and Hospital Occupancy… Read More ›
1. We review now the very strong hypothesis that Sars-COV-2 is now aerosolized on a sub-micron level greatly reducing any impact PPE may have and greatly increasing transmission vectors. 2. Immunity to COVID-19 appears to last at least 8 months with significant B cell memory. 3. Plus deep dive into global Data that really shows there is no real clear pandemic mitigation strategy that is having any real-world effect except unnecessarily causing hardship among the subject populace.
This week we look at one of the worst cases of media bias to date in reference to the study: Effects of mask-wearing on the inhalability and deposition of airborne SARS-CoV-2 aerosols in human upper airway. Cadmiun and heightened mortality,… Read More ›
This week we ADD Hospital Bed Occupancy Rates to our models. We notice the Stringency Index positively correlated with Deaths per Million. Still can’t find a Mask Correlation or really any solid correlation except Total Test Results. #covidvaccine #sarcov2data #hospitaloccupancy… Read More ›
Today we look at this week’s COVID data and research 1 Molnupiravir ( MK-4482 ), may fully suppress virus transmission within 24 hours 2 Chemical compounds in foods can inhibit a key SARS-CoV-2 enzyme 3 Vehicles and Testing Sites possible… Read More ›
This week we look for answers into why the powerful consistent correlation to Total Test Results and Cumulative Deaths in the U.S. as well as the review of inconsistent data in reference to pandemic strategies. For those that want to… Read More ›
This week we run the data analytics on Face Coverings and Country Stats using Seaborn and Pandas as well as cover the DANMASK-19 randomized trial, The Daily Mails fight with the British Government attempt to terrorize it, citizens, with bad… Read More ›
This week in Data analysis we start building a face covering (mask) data frame and disease outbreaks. Breakthrough discoveries in Vitamin C and an Arthritis drug Baricitinib. As well as future disease outbreak concerns, vaccine hazards, and sars-cov-2 animal transmission…. Read More ›
This week we look at the sharp rise in COVID-19 cases prior to the Election (Data Analytics), while mortality globally continues to naturally decline with many modern countries now reporting few to no related deaths. In addition, we pull in… Read More ›
This week we look at how bad the lockdown is affecting low-income families, and ask why after so many months Vitamin D has been ignored. As well as Low Dose Aspirin has a powerful benefit against COVID. #aspirin #covid #lockdown… Read More ›
COVID Vaccines not being tested to work, CBD a COVID Lung Saver?, Shoes thee COVID carrier and Data.
This week we review disturbing vaccine study requirements, CBD an incredible gem if possibly protecting the lungs and restoring oxygen levels, and a strong correlation as to shoes being an unrecognized major disease vector. In addition to looking at COVID… Read More ›
This week we look into very promising research into zinc, catalase, uv222nm light, and iodine nasal spray research ( Outside of Vitamin D ). As well as our Data Extraction in reference to our control countries that did not have… Read More ›
Our weekly review of the current COVID data and country comparisons as well as other oddities such as Mask Litter, Trash Cans, and Shoes being unintended spreaders. All this under the guise of Amateur Python Analytics. Brief CSV File Request… Read More ›
We are going to compare a basic Monte Carlo Pandemic Simulation to the Projections of IHME, MIT, LOS ALAMOS, etc Pythonically.Keep in mind I am an amateur at this 😉 Data Source https://ourworldindata.org/coronavirusIHME http://www.healthdata.org/covidFunction Code: ( With the limited knowledge… Read More ›
Currently, all countries which took a surgical approach as opposed to draconian lockdowns appear to fair far better (Data Wise). Given the rise to observational data that mitigating pandemics in reference to possibility over probability is no better than superstition… Read More ›