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Taco John 03:00 AM 11-28-2021
The rollout of this NeW vArIaNt!!!! feels completely stiff and scripted. It feels like a completely poorly written screenplay. I practically expect them to try to rebrand it Covid-21 at any moment now.

This show needs new writers.





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BleedingRed 12:51 PM 11-29-2021
Originally Posted by Pawnmower:
its actually both
Correct



Lmao
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Direckshun 12:52 PM 11-29-2021
Originally Posted by MahomesMagic:
It's not a large enough droplet to be stopped by cloth.

Aerosol transmission is the better way to think of it.

And cloth won't do shit.
Okay, so we agree they're called microdroplets.

Microdroplets can be stopped by masks, though. We have clear cut evidence that says they can.
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BleedingRed 12:53 PM 11-29-2021
Originally Posted by Direckshun:
Okay, so can I use research from 2020 or not?
You agree that aerosol particles will go right through a mask right? Dont post again till you agree you dipshit.
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BleedingRed 12:53 PM 11-29-2021
Originally Posted by Direckshun:
Okay, so we agree they're called microdroplets.

Microdroplets can be stopped by masks, though. We have clear cut evidence that says they can.


:-):-):-):-)
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Pawnmower 12:54 PM 11-29-2021
Originally Posted by Direckshun:
Okay, so we agree they're called microdroplets.

Microdroplets can be stopped by masks, though. We have clear cut evidence that says they can.

especially masks rated n95. they're quite good at even stopping aerosols.
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Donger 12:54 PM 11-29-2021
Originally Posted by BleedingRed:
Uh...........

You do know that there is a difference right?
Indeed, I do. We exhale respiratory droplets of various sizes and weight. Large droplets basically fall to the ground. Smaller droplets weigh much less and can float around long enough so that the fluid evaporates and it then becomes an aerosol.
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BleedingRed 12:54 PM 11-29-2021
Originally Posted by Pawnmower:
especially masks rated n95. they're quite good at even stopping aerosols.
95% yes, but surgical masks everyone is wearing... Nahhhh fam
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Pawnmower 12:55 PM 11-29-2021
Originally Posted by BleedingRed:
You agree that aerosol particles will go right through a mask right? Dont post again till you agree you dipshit.

depends on the masks. millions of people wear n95 masks, and they wont go right through those. They will go through cotton masks. Other materials would be in between.
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MahomesMagic 12:55 PM 11-29-2021
Originally Posted by Direckshun:
Okay, so can I use research from 2020 or not?
Sure. Your problem is you are not interested in science or research but regurgitating what your favorite politician or television show on TV told you the research was.

Cloth masks don't work. We just had recent raw data from the Bangladesh mask study which was trumpeted by the NY Times as proof that masks work.

340,000 people split into mask or non-mask.

Guess what the difference was?




20 Cases.

Yeah, they work. They prove that the Covid Cult is as scientific as Scientology.

:-)
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Donger 12:55 PM 11-29-2021
Originally Posted by BleedingRed:
Correct



Lmao
Oof. You actually posted that on purpose?
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BleedingRed 12:56 PM 11-29-2021
Originally Posted by Donger:
Indeed, I do. We exhale respiratory droplets of various sizes and weight. Large droplets basically fall to the ground. Smaller droplets weigh much less and can float around long enough so that the fluid evaporates and it then becomes an aerosol.
No you can exhale aerosol particles.......... So yes it can start out as droplet that is correct. But before it even leaves you shitty british teeth it can already be aerosol particles
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Donger 12:57 PM 11-29-2021
Originally Posted by BleedingRed:
No you can exhale aerosol particles.......... So yes it can start out as droplet that is correct. But before it even leaves you shitty british teeth it can already be aerosol particles
Since you just posted this...

People release respiratory fluids during exhalation (e.g., quiet breathing, speaking, singing, exercise, coughing, sneezing) in the form of droplets across a spectrum of sizes.1-9 These droplets carry virus and transmit infection.

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Spott 01:04 PM 11-29-2021
Originally Posted by BleedingRed:
No you can exhale aerosol particles.......... So yes it can start out as droplet that is correct. But before it even leaves you shitty british teeth it can already be aerosol particles
That worthless kuck is too busy spraying Fauciís jizz out of his ass and mouth to be worrying about droplets.
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Imon Yourside 01:04 PM 11-29-2021
Donger the leftist on full display
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Taco John 01:04 PM 11-29-2021
Originally Posted by Direckshun:
Okay, so we agree they're called microdroplets.

Microdroplets can be stopped by masks, though. We have clear cut evidence that says they can.

Real convenient how all the science before April 2020 says masks don't work, and then suddenly, it all changes overnight after that. lol
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