Northern Dragon

… life in the twilight years of modern-day democracy …

How to fight Covid-19 by opening the society

The greatest risc for spreading the disease is by people not aware of the fact that they have Covid-19. Since young people appear to be less effected by Covid-19, it is to be expected that especially young people will not have any symptoms. And it is also young people who often likes to be socially active, go parties and in generally enjoy interacting with other people at bars, fitness centers, […]

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The only action plan against Covid-19 which works

Some countries seem to have adopted the strategy that we simply should wait until so many people has got immunity that the virus will stop spreading by itself. There have even been thoughts about testing people to see if they have got antibodies against the virus, so those people should not worry about being infected by the virus again. There are two issues with those sort of strategies. One is, […]

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Herd immunity against Covid-19: a popular myth!

There are some which again and again talks the benefits of getting herd immunity against Covid-19. It is often postulated as the situation when about 60% of the population has been infected (and survived) and thereby have gained an immunity against Covid-19. There is just one problem with this idea: it probably won’t work. The issue is that the mutation rate of Covid-19 appears to be too high to make […]

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Harvard professor Miquel Harnán wants to jeopardize the safety of my kids

Denmark and other countries are closing down to avoid the spread of the Covid-19 virus. Harvard professor Miguel Harnán do instead encourage world leaders to make partial shut down by exposing certain groups of young and healthy people to the virus, for thereby generating a “safety” shield for the elderly and weak. In theory a very nice thought, if just the Covid-19 had been a predictable disease which was harmless […]

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The danger of new Corona also known as COVID-19 caused by the virus SARS CoV-2

There appears to be some people who have not quite understood the danger in the new Corona virus. We have examples from Denmark, where the doctors are telling potentially infected people that they should just go to work as if it is an ordinary flu. The first person in Denmark which caught Corona was told exactly that. The result was that 16 of his colleges afterwards were requested to work […]

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A Tale of Two Cookies – Economics 101

Today, I am following up with a new post in a series, which is delving into the foundations of modern-day capitalism. We have already seen how the accumulation of wealth is built into the very structure of the system, and how the incessant call for privatisation – far from being a way of making the public service sector more efficient – is generally merely an excuse for further concentration of wealth and power. Now, let us dig one level further down again. Into the world of the science behind it all…

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Greta Thunberg to World Leaders …. ‘🌎 How dare you? You have stolen my dreams and my childhood’ 🌎 …. “!!

Originally posted on It Is What It Is:
~~September 23, 2019~~ GRETA THUNBERG A child doing the work of adults! Fighting for the rights of humans on this planet to have a ‘clean home’. Strong words! A ‘much-needed’ message. Will those in positions to change this listen? HortyRex© UN Climate Action Summit 2019 Greta Thunberg excoriates inaction on climate change at?#UNGA?summit: “We are at the beginning of a mass extinction…

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The Age of Reason

“So yes, we are not experiencing the best times, but there is reason to hope that we will see a better day.”
We live in the age of reason. The gods have fallen and turned to dust and science has taken their place. We no longer worship at alters lit by candles and the uncertain flames of burning offerings, and we no longer heed the advice of mystic oracles or those who claim to speak for the gods.
Or so we think.

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Greenhouse Miscalculations

The debate about global warming is raging hot these days, and no wonder. Not only is the weather more volatile than ever, but the topic is apparently tricky enough that even scientists are getting lost trying to traverse it. So how is the rest of us going to have a chance of finding out what is up and down? A case in point. Recently there was a scientist who appeared […]

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