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See orginal site below new covid-19 related webpage link plus

New - This is a link to: Information on Covid-19 not easily available to the public

The webpage at the above link is divided into 9 parts, below is the table of content:

Part 1) Introduction plus:
a)Typical covid-19 progression for people, who exhibit symptoms
b) Normal Chest X-ray Doesn't Rule Out COVID-19
c)What happens in the ER and ICU and how that may need to change for a better patient how come.
d) ICU change of protocol to less harmful methods
e) A brief summary of three different theories of how covid-19 affects the body in severe cases and how this affects the ICU (Intensive Care Unit) treatment of patients.
f)Six months plus, of coronavirus: the mysteries scientists are still racing to solve

Part 2)
Relevant statistics to Covid-19 and the ICU
Details of tests to detect covid-19 and tests to detect antibodies to covid-19
Blood chemistry test results for covid-19 patients
The question: When will it be over? is answered by scientists, including the methods of prediction.
The Risks - Know Them - Avoid Them

The science of airborne spread of covid

Part 3) A detailed look at current ICU treatment, to a degree based on the assumption the virus directly adversely affecting the lungs, which causes a cytokine storm causing the destruction of the lungs and then resulting hypoxia.

Part 4)
A) A somewhat detailed look at how the virus might be causing extreme hypoxia (lack of oxygen) and death, if viral proteins are interfering with hemoglobin's role in oxygen transport, and if this occurs before the cytokine storm and the destruction of the lungs and other organs.
B) An altered less invasive ICU protocol, from standard ICU treatment, if this is the case.

C) A newer theory, also related to the virus and blood, is that the covid-19 is invading endothelial cells and causing numerous blood clots, including, in some cases, large clots in the brain.

Part 5)
Day by Day narration of a previously healthy 40 year old women, who was covid-19 positive. This person had many somewhat typical symptoms of phase one then her body advanced to some severe ones experienced in phase 2 of the infection.

Part 6)
If you have survived being infected by covid-19, are you now immune to being reinfected? Not necessarily.
Recent research on covid-19 immunity, plus a new stain of covid-19 confounds the problem.
Plus do your genes make a difference in susceptibility and/or severity of the disease?

Part 7)
Drugs currently undergoing clinical trials for treating covid-19
Plus, Related to Covid-19 Vaccine Development

Part 8)
a)5 ways coronavirus could help humanity survive the ecological crisis
b)The covid-19 virus is attempting to teach us a lesson, about how we live.
c)CORONAVIRUS - The Uncomfortable Truth -- 8 minute video
d)Zach Bush MD a video interview worth viewing, somewhat different than the traditional view and more holistic
in approach.
e)Biological weapons virus gain of function (GOF) research
f) Profile of a killer: the complex biology powering the coronavirus pandemic

Part 9)

Some lesser known details about Hand Washing. Mask wearing (positive and negative details), Face Shields, due to covid-19.



Start of older original site below

Can a country be called a Democracy that aerial sprays pesticide on its citizens against their will?

Learn how large corporate interests, who own mono-crop mega-farms, along with the chemical industry, who own pesticide, herbicide and genetic engineering corporations cause many more problems than benefits.

One of the best examples, with most of the details of the vast problem these industries are causing is the reaction of Big Agriculture, Big Chemical companies and Big Government to a very small moth called the Light Brown Apple Moth (LBAM) and the government's intention to aerial spray much of northern California's coastal cities.

Click here to follow the paper trail of CDFA, USDA and the opposition to the moth aerial spray over cities

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