Started by JBS, March 12, 2020, 07:03:50 PM
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Quote from: Madiel on March 21, 2023, 03:13:49 PMYou posted the link previously, because I remember reading it. In my view he had backed away from his previous comments a heck of a lot. EDIT: Found it again, he basically seems to have moved to saying he has no opinion one way or the other.
QuoteI think it's very easy for people to reason that if something looks significant to humans, it must have been GIVEN significance. The reality is that shuffling of genetic sequences is happening constantly, and the great majority of them do absolutely nothing in practice and so we ignore them, or simply never see them.The microbiological world is a bit like that room full of monkeys with typewriters, only typing much much faster than the monkeys ever could and the room is huge. And some of this feels a bit like people think it's not possible that one of the monkeys could have managed to accidentally type the word "beach". When of course no-one is going to comment on the many, many times that the same monkey generated nonsense.
Quote from: Karl Henning on April 18, 2023, 06:05:57 AMOpinion — Why reports of period weirdness after covid shots were ignored
Quote from: Karl Henning on May 10, 2023, 09:44:31 AMCOVID made us retreat into our corners. In some ways, a worrisome new study says, we haven't left them.
Quote from: Madiel on May 10, 2023, 09:13:54 PMYou didn't provide a link if you were intending to.But really, something like a pandemic causing permanent social changes is not a surprise. Past events like this have. At some point during the Covid pandemic, a podcast I listen to had an episode about some past examples. Perhaps the most memorable is how the massive famine of 1816 is linked to the invention of the bicycle as a substitute for horses.
Quote from: Karl Henning on May 11, 2023, 07:43:36 AMHere's the link.
Quote from: Madiel on May 11, 2023, 12:52:40 PMWants me to subscribe.
Quote from: Karl Henning on June 02, 2023, 10:48:59 AMHigh concentrations of COVID detected at all 14 New York City wastewater treatment plants
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