🏆 GREAT MOMENTS IN "THE SCIENCE" 🏆

Here's a countdown of 15 "great moments" that we just can't forget. Let us know what you think #1 should have been!

# 1⃣5⃣
Basketball hoops are blocked or removed to prevent people from exercising outdoors. Image
# 1⃣4⃣
The magical 6ft social distancing rule is applied even outdoors. Image
# 1⃣3⃣
People are encouraged to wash their groceries and then leave them for 24 hours to prevent infection. Image
# 1⃣2⃣
Dr. Fauci shows us that masking is only important for non-celebrities. Image
# 1⃣1⃣
Public leaders gather in large groups only days after telling everyone gathering in large groups in dangerous and against the rules. Image
# 1⃣0⃣
California suggests masking in-between bites to stop the spread of Covid. Image
# 9⃣
Playgrounds are shutdown and police tape is used to stop children from getting fresh air and exercising. Image
# 8⃣
Band members are forced to use masks with holes in them to make sure the audience knows how important masking is. Image
# 7⃣
Children are made to learn behind plexiglass barriers that make both learning and air flow far worse. Image
# 6⃣
Even people on park benches must be protected for their own good. Image
# 5⃣
Candidate Biden not only shows us the importance of masks but that coughing into your elbow is not a requirement of "The Science" Image
# 4⃣
The former CDC director explains that masks are more effective than vaccines... which is really saying something. Image
# 3⃣
Even being alone on a windy beach while masked can't completely protect you from Covid. Image
# 2⃣
This helps us all remember that pretending to avoid Covid is more important than breathing. Image
# 1⃣
No amount of money, effort, or idiocy is too much when enforcing the rules of "The Science". Image

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14 Oct
1/10: Inspired by the beloved computer game "Oregon Trail", comes a new adventure for those longing for freedom and a return to normal.

THE FLORIDA TRAIL 🧵
2/10: Choose your profession and embark on a journey to a state where vaccine passes aren't needed to eat out and your children can play in the park without masks.
3/10: Stock up on provisions before you hit the trail.
Read 10 tweets
4 Oct
1/17
We have been in an abusive relationship with our government and media for 19 months.

@justin_Hart, @dockaurG, & others have pointed this out in the past, but I want to show you it isn’t just hyperbole.

Here’s one example for each (there are so many more). 🧵
2/17
The play the victim. If things go wrong, it’s all your fault
bloomberg.com/news/newslette…
3/17
They make you stop you seeing friends and family.
thehill.com/policy/healthc…
Read 17 tweets
1 Oct
1/10 Politics & Ego or Science & Data?

Irwin Redlener has been an influential voice in closing schools, masking students, & pushing for vaccine mandates.

Unsurprisingly, Redlener has a 30 year history of partisan activism, ties to the Clintons, & a desire for media attention. Image
2/10 Redlener has been a key advisor to @AFTunion & Randi Weingarten.

In yesterday’s town hall with @OpenschoolsUS, Redlener seemed unable to debate research & instead excoriated “red states” & “Trump” while ironically saying this shouldn't be political.
3/10 Yet, partisan politics is entirely what Redlener has been involved with throughout his career.

Starting in the early 90s, Redlener organized a group of medical professionals to endorse Bill Clinton's presidential campaign. He has been closely tied with the Clinton’s since. Image
Read 10 tweets
29 Sep
1/14
18 months into the pandemic and it is still clear that masking children is an ineffective policy not supported by research or data.

I’ve provided 2 sources for each claim but can offer many more if needed.

I’ve also addressed Delta & recent studies at the end of this 🧵
2/14
(1) “our data indicate that children are at far greater risk of critical illness from influenza than from COVID-19.”
jamanetwork.com/journals/jamap…

(2) “Children and young people remain at low risk from COVID-19 mortality”
osf.io/ezdf2/
3/14
(3) “…children are not the main drivers of SARS-CoV-2 transmission.”
cmaj.ca/content/193/17…

(4) Children rarely transmit infection to others and more frequently have an asymptomatic or mild course compared to adults.
onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.10…
Read 14 tweets
22 Sep
1/16
I never thought I’d have to reiterate that children are not the primary drivers of covid-19

But I guess the desire to vaccinate kids makes folks like @apoorva_nyc & the @nytimes just give up on honest reporting

It’s complete BS

So here are 30 articles for your review 🧵
2/16
Mar 2020: kids have not played a substantive role in the intra-household transmission of Covid
medrxiv.org/content/10.110…

Apr 2020: transmission in kids in schools appears considerably less than seen for other respiratory viruses, such as influenza.
ncirs.org.au/sites/default/…
3/16
Apr 2020: even if children do get infected, they are less likely to transmit the disease to others than adults.
sciencemuseumgroup.org.uk/blog/hunting-d…

Apr 2020: limited evidence so far that children pass the disease to others in significant numbers
bloombergquint.com/coronavirus-ou…
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20 Sep
1/10 I thought evidence that asymptomatic spread is quite rare would end the madness.

But it didn’t
jamanetwork.com/journals/jaman…
2/10 I thought the revelation of a much lower IFR than first suggested would end the madness.

But it didn’t
cambridge.org/core/services/…
3/10 I thought information about comorbidities and obesity would end the madness.

But it didn’t
cnbc.com/2021/03/08/cov…
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