Notes 2020 March

The run on toilet paper might have been caused by a Russian practical joke, spread by FB, TWTR, & GOOGL. Most likely, this joke was not government backed.

Published on March 12, 2020

Pandemic Preparedness, by the Doctors for Disaster Preparedness, January 4, 2020

Of all the potential mass casualty events that could affect the United States, the most devastating cause is biologic. 

The Doctors for Disaster Preparedness was persecuted for its opposition to the climate cult, especially for the Oregon Petition.

More quotes from this article:

In 1918, more people died in the first 11 months of the influenza pandemic than in 4 years of the Black Death in the 1300s. ... Because of air travel, more people packed into dense urban areas, and greater dependence on technological infrastructure and just-in-time inventories, the population may be even more vulnerable now. ...

Crowded and unsanitary conditions owing to homeless camps on the streets of Los Angeles and San Francisco have led President Trump to consider federal intervention. The Environmental Protection Agency has cited California for “piles of human feces” and potential water quality impacts. Also, San Francisco discharges more than a billion gallons of “sewage and stormwater” into San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean annually ...
[To prepare to an epidemic] People would need to be able to avoid public places, like grocery stores, until the epidemic subsided. To care safely for sick family members, they would need eye protection, N-95 face masks (for patients too), disposable gloves, hand sanitizer ... alcohol to disinfect surfaces, plastic bags for contaminated items...

Though expensive, small commercially available UV air purification systems can help disinfect the air. ... The don’t-do list includes giving aspirin, which can cause lethal Reye’s syndrome.

This has been published before COVID-19 outbreak became known and was not specific to it. This is not a medical advice. Visit CDC COVID-19 website for the current preparation and health care advice.


  • When Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey endorsed an article calling for a civil war,  it could be interpreted in different ways. But at least some of Twitter’s employees understood it as instructions to wage a war on the United States, using the power of Twitter as a telecommunications network, and have been doing that.
  • Obama-era net neutrality regulations (Obamanet) forced consumers to pay Google (including YouTube), Facebook, Twitter, and Netflix expenses! This is more than $100B annually!
  • The Center for the Study of the Carbon Dioxide and Global Change (CO2 Science) published a petition asking EPA to overturn the moronic Obama-era Endangerment Finding for “greenhouse gases”
  • Remember how ‘Skeptical Science’ cartoonist founder depicted himself in SS uniform (Skeptical Science => SS), and placed these pictures in a public folder?

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