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Risk of Seasonal Super-Exponential Growth of COVID-19

The US and the whole Northern Hemisphere have entered winter, the period when even common colds and flu grow wildly. The daily mortality from COVID-19 increased from <800 per Million in October to >2,500 per Million now. The current situation is more dangerous than it was at the beginning of the pandemic. Some US states and European countries have just experienced episodes of super-exponential COVID-19 growth, and no one knows which area will be next. This article discusses some underlying mechanisms behind this phenomenon. Irrespective of these mechanisms, the time for mass COVID-19 prophylaxis with Hydroxychloroquine is now. The federal government can mail Hydroxychloroquine directly to the people. Anyone who cannot or does not want to use it, could keep it as emergency supplies. Continue reading Risk of Seasonal Super-Exponential Growth of COVID-19

Objection to Repeal of Privacy Rule

On March 28, The House of Representatives passed S.J.Res. 34 – Disapproving the Federal Communications Commission’s Rule on Privacy of Customers of Broadband ServicesS.J.Res. 34 which would nullify the Federal Communications Commission’s final rule titled “Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other Telecommunication Services,” 81 Fed. Reg. 87274 (December 2, 2016).

Our private and personal information should not be for sale, not even with consent.  Continue reading Objection to Repeal of Privacy Rule