Dr Knut Wittkowski Debunks the Coronavirus Frenzy

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“For all respiratory epidemics, if you leave it alone, it comes for two weeks, it peaks, and it goes for two weeks, and it’s gone. There are no indications that anything is different from the regular flue, maybe a bit worse….”  – Dr Knut Wittkowski

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What caused the Black Death?

Written by C J Duncan, S Scott

 

For the whole of the 20th century it was believed that the Black Death and all the plagues of Europe (1347–1670) were epidemics of bubonic plague.

This review presents evidence that this view is incorrect and that the disease was a viral haemorrhagic fever, characterised by a long incubation period of 32 days, which allowed it to be spread widely even with the limited transport of the Middle Ages.

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Virus & bacteria deposition above the atmospheric boundary layer

Written by Isabel Reche et al.

Study from the ISME journal (2018) finds that our planet receives “significant downward fluxes of bacteria and viruses from the atmosphere” and they “may have effects on the structure and function of recipient ecosystems.” Research suggests that “Rather than being a negative consequence, this deposition provides a seed bank that should allow ecosystems to rapidly adapt to environmental changes.”

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