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Name: Tom Conroy
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Hometown: CT
Home country: USA
Member since: Sat Mar 6, 2021, 08:56 PM
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London still on its tightrope!


All the Covid mavens are watching London every day hoping its reached a peak. It's nothing like some predicted a couple of weeks ago though


Caparison of Covid vaccination rates and death rates by state.


It's good to live in New England!

Surprised to read this vaccination stat from the White House.


Cyrus Shahpar is head of Covid stats at the White House.

Kung Fu Fighting - Carl Douglas

Remember the Kung Fu craze?

Elizabeth Holmes jury off until Monday.


They've deliberated for 48 hours and asked only two questions. The judge continues to maintain a leisurely pace to the trial.

This...is London


Some are voicing the hope that the Omicron wave peaked on Dec. 23. Still too early to know for sure. London is the epicenter of the UK omicron wave.

Dr. Wachter is head of the Dept. of Medicine at UCSF. His Twitter feed has good stuff and is followed by other experts.

My informal Free Republic survey.

Just out of curiosity I perused the titles of the first four pages of most recent posts. Maybe 50 in all. There were only two that mentioned the word 'Trump'. There were three that said licorice was a cure for Covid.

The latest South Africa covid stats:


Young Women do 60s Dances!

They probably know how to make a decent martini, too!

Covid and the Boston sewers.

Apparently a group at MIT has developed a very accurate way of determine the spread of Covid. They can measure it by sampling at waste treatment plants. The system will anticipate the results of actual tests by a week or more and doesn't suffer the bias resulting from a self selecting group who opt for PCR tests. Here is a link to the most recent results. You can tell where things are headed:


I read an article that this new technology will have all sorts of uses: determining levels of drug use, what types of drugs. Apparently it will even be able to measure levels of stress in the community. I guess it's progress.

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