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Observations on how to create fear of Far Ultra Violet (FUV) light Continue reading
Posted Aug 13, 2022 at Parademic
The Pox is coming; the Pox is coming. Comments about the social dimensions of Human Monkeypox. Continue reading
Posted Jul 18, 2022 at Parademic
A projection into a near future of current trends effects on an area like my current anthrome. Continue reading
Posted Jul 9, 2022 at Parademic
One of the dimensions of society that suffered from CV was to people’s personal morality and group ethics in the context of dilemmas and contradictions of norms encountered with the CV parademic that overlapped with the SARS-COV-2 pandemic. Continue reading
Posted Jun 5, 2022 at Parademic
Discards and waste from human activities and decisions is both a contributing cause of biocalamities, and in turn biocalamities create more garbage. Over the course of human history slow progress has and is continued to be made toward the prevention and control of hazardous materials that cause biocalamities, but so far trash and its byproducts are not planned for as a reoccurring problem from biocalamities. This remains an unsolved problem that is moved to a different location, forgotten about or hidden. Continue reading
Posted May 15, 2022 at Parademic
Students are reluctant to do school work that requires thinking about and making an effort when they do not (or refuse to) understand why they should, for something they are unlikely to need Continue reading
Posted May 8, 2022 at Parademic
Posted Apr 15, 2022 at Parademic
The continuous adaptation of pathogens and noxious beliefs eventually wear down the will to find solutions against what causes harm. The unvaccinated claim of being disabled is a recent variation of the discriminated antivax trope. Continue reading
Posted Apr 12, 2022 at Parademic
Nothings spreads like fear. People can take any problem and make it better or worse. Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2022 at Parademic
Neat sounding but there is one possible problem. If 98% of microbes are eliminated in all indoor spaces that are sealed from outdoor air circulation for an extended period of time. Would that cause a mass extinction of microbes, and if enough microbes die off wouldn't all other life on Earth eventually die.
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Quarantine of dense populations and large geographic areas are nearly impossible to achieve in conditions of fearful uncertainty. The longer or frequent attempts at containment last the more porous it becomes, and more violent the resistance and attempts to breakout. Continue reading
Posted Mar 28, 2022 at Parademic
The potential of the Chernobyl exclusion zone becoming a radioactive and CV biocalamity during the Russian and Ukranian armed conflict. Continue reading
Posted Feb 27, 2022 at Parademic
Single sources of news are unreliable for forming opinions about a pandemic, and therefore making decisions and taking actions related to health. Continue reading
Posted Feb 13, 2022 at Parademic
A constructive criticism of misleading reporting of clinical epidemiological phases of a pandemic. The model is useless for planning and actions of parademic (human facilitation and hindering of Control and Containment) related to the CV pandemic. Continue reading
Posted Feb 6, 2022 at Parademic
Review of article about Covid biopolitical sewage theater. Continue reading
Posted Jan 31, 2022 at Parademic
Dr Fauci outlines the clinical phases of a pandemic and that we are still in first phase. The model however is not useful for ending a pandemic. Continue reading
Posted Jan 28, 2022 at Parademic
Introduction, How to Read the Listibase Continue reading
Posted Jan 11, 2022 at Parademic
Who is a hero in the context of a pandemic Continue reading
Posted Jan 7, 2022 at Parademic
Environmental and pathogenic exacerbation of CV. Continue reading
Posted Jan 5, 2022 at Parademic
First parademic articles relation to CV. The idea of doing a monthly, weekly or daily collections of articles and notes was not workable with other needs to complete the parademic project. Continue reading
Posted Jan 1, 2022 at Parademic
It is taking me longer to edit the stubs and notes than I anticipated. If it were simply a matter of correcting typos, spelling, grammer, punctuation I am already done. However, I am finding that my concurrently synthesizing that it is taking me longer to do the final light editing... Continue reading
Posted Nov 2, 2021 at Parademic
Just to keep followers and other readers updated on my progress. My original intent was to do more links within 2020 so that other relevant context of a topic would be easier to find. That turned out to be sisyphean. Besides I finally looked into making the blog searchable. A... Continue reading
Posted Aug 12, 2021 at Parademic
Like many others agree with your comments that one size fits all of FEMA is one of the ways that FEMA self sabotages. Another that I don't know if you have on your list of top ten is from when I did a contract with FEMA and the contract manager insisted that planning assumptions not be part of the document, that there is no such thing as capability gaps, and that the plan not be shared outside of FEMA for security reasons. In my opinion one does not have a plan if no one knows what it is.
Index for 2020 Notes Continue reading
Posted Jun 23, 2021 at Parademic
One of the reasons why I don't focus on only current events in my blog is that people forget that events like this tend to be repeated news that has been forgotten, and therefore miss patterns and trends. Part of origins of Covid is that people forget what was reported before.I believed that H5N1 posted last July "Military intelligence unit briefed Sajjan on COVID-19 risk on January 17: documents"
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