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  1. Never been "censored" surely you jest, sir. Have a look at my Profile About Me. Specifically the "Suspended" screen capture. Well, if you think the TACTICAL troll cares about any of that, the PUBLIC HUMILIATION is YOURS, toots.
  2. Since 13mh13's posts are heavily censored and moderated, it seems prudent that some remarks be presented in this '"Suggestion" subforum.... 1. Oh, ok. 2. Do as necessary per your authoratorship (= job description) requires. 3. Realize Newton's 3rd applies : So, e.g., there may be a gazillion Reddit trolls with a gazillion IP addresses and a gazillion SF account, hungry for a little action. Everyone's home these days ... bored to tears ... just give us a 'cuse. Also, please note: I HTML-capture and screen-capture every scienceforum thread I post in, because of the Mods' massive censorship and deletions. And those captures are ... ahem ... already posted elsewheres in the Interweb, permanently embarrassing this forum, ad infinitum. Again, you've gotta have respect for Issac and classical mechanics. Thanks for your attention!
  3. 1. Oh, ok. 2. Do as necessary per your authoratorship (= job description) requires. 3. Realize Newton's 3rd applies : So, e.g., there may be a gazillion Reddit trolls with a gazillion IP addresses and a gazillion SF account, hungry for a little action. Everyone's home these days ... bored to tears ... just give us a 'cuse. BTW: I HTML-capture and screen-capture every scienceforum thread I post in, because of the Mods' massive censorship and deletions. And those captures are ... ahem ... already posted elsewheres in the Interweb, permanently embarrassing this forum, ad infinitum. Again, you've gotta have respect for Issac and classical mechanics. All that said, and while I've got the floor, lemme just add these topical links to the topic of the OP: https://mbio.asm.org/content/4/5/e00598-13 http://www.virology.ws/2013/09/06/how-many-viruses-on-earth/
  4. No ... not even close ...not according to the vlogger (who is a scientist: Phil Mason). Would you please do me a favor. Remove your +1, and either replace w/ -1 or NOTHING. That social media LIKE/UNLIKE is not very "scientific" now, is it, toots? And neither is your attitude of not clicking thru video to INVESTIGATE. ------ BTW ---------------- A week ago, several of my in-line posts were deleted by Mods because many of you found them EXTREMELY OFFENSIVE. Well, for the sake of "science" -- for what THAT'S worth at the putatively scientific forum, SF -- the topic of URINATING (pissing) on ones body parts (or gloves) to sterilize them .... in case you were outta Purell... needs to be resurrected from the mode-deleted posts. So where's the evidence for Pee-u-rell, you ask .... https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2510466 Actually, it's the ammonium salts....fresh outta the bladder being ideal. Get that pH into an anti-viral zone.
  5. But it does not prevent sensationalist science vloggers from taking stabs...
  6. Why is the question "How many virus(es) - -corona , etc -- does it take cause infection" so across-the-board with responses? https://www.quora.com/How-many-individual-virus-are-needed-to-start-an-infection-Will-1-flu-virus-be-enough-to-make-you-sick-or-do-you-need-many-more-than-that
  7. Sorry ... no. READ THE OP. But I fully understand your typical last-word SMARTY PANTS mentality, which is TYPICAL of science and skeptic forums. But I gave you a an UPVOTE anyway b/c of your BBC link. Now where is my DOWNVOTE? Four reasons: (1) More surface area of Earth is H2O than air. And most lifeforms are in that environment. DUH!!!!!!!!!! (2) Viruses don't survive long in air, esp. under sunlight. DUH!!!!!!!!!!! (3) bacteriophages, bacteriophages, bacteriophages!! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marine_bacteriophage "Viruses have an estimated abundance of 10^30 in the ocean, or between 1 and 100,000x10^6 per millilitre." (4) Because I said so.
  8. But many animals (including mammals) are MARINE. And most of the viruses on the planet are MARINE. And most of the viral infections are bacteria-based (which fits my non-human criteria).
  9. Dear "Biology Experts" and everyone else. How're y'all doin'? Been away ... I was in the hole for while for ... uh .. offensive behavior. But all that aside ... here's an easy, topical query I'm sure many of you "Experts" can answer with certainty ... Where is info, if any, on animal (non-human) pandemics (or epidemics)? Don't bring up bat white nose syndrome, but you may bring up bees (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colony_collapse_disorder). Hell, you can even bring in plant pandemics (blights, etc, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blight). But large mammals -- and esp. primates -- is the cash cow here, folks.
  10. ==Well, honestly YOU led the thread in all sorts of OT direction. And, now, simply b/c you don't have your usual SMUG "BIOLOGY EXPERT" response, you want claim hijacking?? Really?!! YOU ARE A TYPICAL FORUM MODERATOR.
  11. Hmmm.. .well, there maybe something like a genetic "memory" of disease. The gene pool may be the same age, as you claim, but if the species hasn't encountered the same (self-immunized) disease over many generations, then best to delete that never-used gene from memory. Better to fill genome with more "modern" (= NEWER) genes. As the pre-Colonial "New Worlders" made their way to the new world, where there were no humans, genetic memory of many ancient humans-based diseases may have been erased over time ... until 1492. https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2015/06/how-europeans-brought-sickness-new-world Not sure about Euro introduction of diseases to Africa, tho'. There were a LOT of Asia/Euro-based nasties that were, afaik, exclusive to Asia/Euro ... and NOVEL to Africa.
  12. You're putting words in my mouth ... maybe in my nose! I"M GONNA DROP THE ISSUE AFTER THIS POST -- and if no one gets it, no one gets it! END OF LINE. The nasal spray is synthetic way of getting scientifically-created/isolated viral fragments (vaccines) into humans/animals. If one has naturally gotten over say a flu, breathed out dead/weak fragments to others of my species (not immune), I may communicate that "vaccine". I orig called it a "Another type of Herd Immunity" before that thread was merged into this megathread. That was my theory ... maybe a pet theory. END OF LINE.
  13. Regardless, the orig. argument may still hold ... that Euro compactified the African communities to European norms: Europe is smaller and colder, the cities/streets are denser and houses more tightly constructed. As far as Aksum, Kingdom of Ghana, Abyssinia ... well those communities were wealthier and may simple have had better historical records of their population geographies. That does not necessarily indicate total population dispersal and logistics. Africa is LARGE and with hot-to-temperate climates, with resources that are dispersed throughout this large area. It's true that MODERN Africa has very dense, crowded communities --- an "imposed" (perhaps forced) European legacy. but it is erroneous assumption that all there was were nomadic (and often also assumed to be primitive) tribes. Agreed with this when in regards to the "New World" ( Americas ) -- as has been noted in books like 1491 and 1493.
  14. Yeah ... I am seeing no Africa stats on popular apps and COVID-19 tracking sites like: https://ncov2019.live/ That site is supposed to add Africa soon, as it states. About newer races.. Africa (black Africans) has the oldest gene pool, the Americas ("native Americans"), have the newest. Euros and Asians are somewhere in the middle. Hence, IIRC, why European colonizers' communicable diseases decimated pre-colonial Americans. Also, somewhere I recall reading that Euro colonizers in Africa were themselves decimated (but not the other way around). Instead, post-Colonial diseases in Africa (among blacks) were amplified because Euros forced CITIES onto the blacks. As nomads, their normal lifestyle was more, to coin a phrase, socially distant.
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