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Just another example of why I don't believe a word that comes out of the pie holes of our government. I'm at the point that whatever our government recommends, I'm doing the exact opposite.

CDC risk of coronavirus transmission outdoors greatly exaggerated, bombshell report finds

 

Jaemekon

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If I'm outside I don't even consider the corona as a thing that exists. So whatever the CDC says, I've not been paying attention anyway. I just live my life, if someone has something to say, then I will just pretend like I can't understand them because they are wearing a mask.

But yea, I haven't listened to a thing the CDC has said this whole time. I'm sure they serve a purpose, but I don't know what it is.

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ScarletNCream

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You do realize it was science that found the 1% number you like as well right?

Also finding the variable that skewed results is also part of the scientific process.

This is a testament to why reading is important and not going off headlines and vague recommendations. It’s certainly not a mark in the loss column for science like you’re trying to proclaim
 

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Just another example of why I don't believe a word that comes out of the pie holes of our government. I'm at the point that whatever our government recommends, I'm doing the exact opposite.

CDC risk of coronavirus transmission outdoors greatly exaggerated, bombshell report finds


Just a little help for the dumbasses like you who can't remember 3rd grade science class. This is the scientific method: (I.E. The same process that produced both the result you like and the result you hate, referenced in the article.)

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whiteshoes97

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You do realize it was science that found the 1% number you like as well right?

Also finding the variable that skewed results is also part of the scientific process.

This is a testament to why reading is important and not going off headlines and vague recommendations. It’s certainly not a mark in the loss column for science like you’re trying to proclaim
While all that is true

the real issue is whether or not it is appropriate to make policy decisions that potentially have huge impacts on peoples lives, based on a guess or possibility,
 

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Just a little help for the dumbasses like you who can't remember 3rd grade science class. This is the scientific method: (I.E. The same process that produced both the result you like and the result you hate, referenced in the article.)

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It should have ended with procedure working-No and start over
 
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whiteshoes97

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Im sorry, I just can’t bring myself to equate wearing a mask with “potentially huge impacts on people’s lives”
That’s not what I was talking about… for starters, how about no fans at football games? That has resulted in some pretty devastating financial consequences for a number of people..
 
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bldhuskerred

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Let me guess you believed (and tried) the lysol an lightbulb in yore ass treatment though amirite?
 

ScarletNCream

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That’s not what I was talking about… for starters, how about no fans at football games? That has resulted in some pretty devastating financial consequences for a number of people..

Agreed there, I don’t see it as black and white. I totally agree we could have been more strategic in balancing the economic impacts and safety measures. I think a lot of areas completely whiffed on this balance both directions
 

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You do realize it was science that found the 1% number you like as well right?

Also finding the variable that skewed results is also part of the scientific process.

This is a testament to why reading is important and not going off headlines and vague recommendations. It’s certainly not a mark in the loss column for science like you’re trying to proclaim

Fair point.
 

bldhuskerred

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Never heard that one. Is that really a thing? I'm not up on butt stuff procedures like you.

Come on 60, yore dear leader would be greatly disappointed in you if you didn't follow his guidance.
 

HUSKERinLA

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While all that is true

the real issue is whether or not it is appropriate to make policy decisions that potentially have huge impacts on peoples lives, based on a guess or possibility,
That is an idiotic statement right there.
 

huskerj12

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Haven't we known for months and months that outdoor transmission is incredibly rare?

I'm obviously on the "trust the science" side of things in general and I sympathize with the fact that this was a brand new disease they were learning about in real time, but there is no doubt the mixed messages and delayed explanations have bit public health officials in the ass when it comes to trust from the actual public.
 

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Just another example of why I don't believe a word that comes out of the pie holes of our government. I'm at the point that whatever our government recommends, I'm doing the exact opposite.

CDC risk of coronavirus transmission outdoors greatly exaggerated, bombshell report finds

I heard the government recommend you keep breathing. I sure hope you keep your promise to do the opposite
 
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Husker Hank

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Just a little help for the dumbasses like you who can't remember 3rd grade science class. This is the scientific method: (I.E. The same process that produced both the result you like and the result you hate, referenced in the article.)

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Say's the guy who is a 3rd grade science teacher, and still had to find the chart in a text book...RollingLaugh
 

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I like how the CDC was on CNN saying something totally different at 2100 than the Biden Administration changes. They weren't even close to being on the same page.
 
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dee_s3

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Good example. I know what you’re talking about from your detailed description.
Yes, CDC was saying how mask weren't going nowhere at 2100 and Biden administration at 2130 were putting an end to them. Trust the science.
 

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How about we give the military double and screw all of your SJW bullshit.
Welfare Bob you wanna stop all the welfare while suckling the teet of socialism 🤦‍♂️

Double farmer welfare 2 right?
 

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