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    SARS didn't mutate and go away. It only ever...

    SARS didn't mutate and go away. It only ever existed in humans for about 200 days in 8,000 people.

    Its carriers were all traced and isolated, then either cured (their bodies killing off the virus)...
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    I've (generally) been more worried about COVID...

    I've (generally) been more worried about COVID than Mark, and expected (expect) it to be a bigger loss of life than he did. That said, I agree with Mark 100% that this graph alone is close to...
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    Thanks for answering my question, Caldwellzag! ...

    Thanks for answering my question, Caldwellzag!

    I find that difference very interesting and (of course) I'm a fan of the results it brings.
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    "didn't matter" is not equal to "did not keep him...

    "didn't matter" is not equal to "did not keep him from the NBA (and not an NBA all star).

    It clearly matters. He would have more rebounds, blocks, and probably an easier time with tip ins and...
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    without sharing anything secret, can you write a...

    without sharing anything secret, can you write a brief description of how the nature of GU recruiting is unlike other school recruiting? I'm curious to read about it.
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    I don't know the answer, but that graphic and its...

    I don't know the answer, but that graphic and its probabilities are massively oversimplified and ignore important things.

    For instance, one's contagious is highly variable depending on if you...
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    The Sabonis, Gasol, Mchale overlook an important...

    The Sabonis, Gasol, Mchale overlook an important difference for a relatively unathletic, below-the-rim forward or center .

    Gasol is 7'. Sabonis is a legit 6'11" and unworldy strong. Mchale was...
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    I'm starting to see folks waving signs and...

    I'm starting to see folks waving signs and gathering on street corners to protest the state shutdown rules. I am not interested in a discussion about WA's required lockdown rules but it did prompt...
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    You're misunderstanding the deaths per 100K...

    You're misunderstanding the deaths per 100K people on the CDC table JP linked. It's a growing cumulative total. It was 0/100k 3 months ago and grows every day.

    That's not a generalized death rate...
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    Thanks for the totals chart, JP. That is very...

    Thanks for the totals chart, JP. That is very clear and easy to read. It is the same CDC data (in table form rather than line graph) I had linked to above.

    20% of deaths in folks younger than 65...
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    NYC has had a relatively high number of young...

    NYC has had a relatively high number of young deaths and a low percent of its deaths occur among retired folks or anyone old enough for a nursing home. It's a strange USA outlier for the young age of...
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    The vice president infamously refused to wear a...

    The vice president infamously refused to wear a mask while touring the Mayo Clinic while it had COVID patients.

    Has the president ever worn as mask in public? He refused to wear a mask while on a...
  13. The incubation period isn't just a uniform 7...

    The incubation period isn't just a uniform 7 days. The median is 4-5, and 97% of people who will be symptomatic are experiencing symptoms by 11 days.

    But even that is irrelevant, or not...
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    He's not a point guard and he's not a very good...

    He's not a point guard and he's not a very good shooting guard (relative to recent GU year players and starters on most top-15 teams).

    He's a baby faced white guy from a small town who has social...
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    Bballbeachbum - excellent post.

    Bballbeachbum - excellent post.
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    And not suggesting that there could be anyone...

    And not suggesting that there could be anyone (out of 300 million) who could have done better than Trump and his team isn't a fool's game?

    I definitely think *somebody* could have done better than...
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    I would love to see Lunardi annually compare his...

    I would love to see Lunardi annually compare his first (summer) or even week #1 of the season bracketology bracket to the eventual one.
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    Your list seamlessly mixes 2 local political...

    Your list seamlessly mixes 2 local political policies with 2 virus biology predictions or viral mitigation methods.

    I agree (and think 99% of people would agree) that were many poor political...
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    You are missing the point. “University x has not...

    You are missing the point.
    “University x has not produced a star player” is always true until it isn’t.

    Damian Lillard at Weber State, steph curry at Davidson, etc.

    Has not yet or Has not...
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    Thanks for the suggestion - I'll try that....

    Thanks for the suggestion - I'll try that. Sonuvazag, your inbox is full also.

    Again, please point out if any of the links or assertions I make are proven incorrect or even become more...
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    Have I ever personally attacked or insulted you,...

    Have I ever personally attacked or insulted you, even by insinuation? Even when I asked about your incorrect predictions I asked specifically about the mental model or insider medical information or...
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    Why are you personalizing my linking the cdc...

    Why are you personalizing my linking the cdc report of the NYC data?

    Literally nothing I wrote and none of the evidence I provided is dependent on me or anyone’s personal identity. You could...
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    We actually do know to a high degree, certainly...

    We actually do know to a high degree, certainly far higher than any historical global pandemic.

    From March 11 to May2 there were 24,200 more deaths in NYC than the average of those dates from...
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    Kitzbuel nails the crux of the argument. ...

    Kitzbuel nails the crux of the argument.

    States and regions with high official COVID deaths similarly report very high total numbers of deaths above their average April or may.

    States with...
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    Thanks for that link, Mark. All 300 of those dead...

    Thanks for that link, Mark. All 300 of those dead people had Covid at the time of death and had been counted as dead due to COVID but the state decided to change their causes of deaths to something...
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