The world is locked down because of a 14 year old’s science project in 2006

In 2006 a 14 year old kid dreamed up a science fair exhibit for limiting the spread of influenza. The problem is her father was a scientist that built mathematical models and decided to help her with her project. They tried to illustrate how the virus would spread in a population.

It was about that time that Dr. Mecher heard from Robert J. Glass, a senior scientist at Sandia in New Mexico who specialized in building advanced models to explain how complex systems work — and what can cause catastrophic failures.

Dr. Glass’s daughter Laura, then 14, had done a class project in which she built a model of social networks at her Albuquerque high school, and when Dr. Glass looked at it, he was intrigued.

Students are so closely tied together — in social networks and on school buses and in classrooms — that they were a near-perfect vehicle for a contagious disease to spread.

Dr. Glass piggybacked on his daughter’s work to explore with her what effect breaking up these networks would have on knocking down the disease.

The outcome of their research was startling. By closing the schools in a hypothetical town of 10,000 people, only 500 people got sick. If they remained open, half of the population would be infected.

“My God, we could use the same results she has and work from there,” Dr. Glass recalled thinking. He took their preliminary data and built on it by running it through the supercomputers at Sandia, more typically used to engineer nuclear weapons. (His daughter’s project was entered in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in 2006.)

New York Times

This lead to a 2007 blueprint of the current world wide police state in which we are all now living under.

The George W. Bush Administration’s initial intention was to use this blueprint in the even of an attack on the U.S. with biological weapons.

The idea of a full lockdown of society in the event of a pandemic first emerged as an extremist proposal in 2006, issued by a computer scientist as part of George W. Bush’s preparations for biowarfare. It provoked a fierce response by the world’s leading epidemiologist Donald Henderson and his colleagues. That proposal, issued by Robert Glass under the influence of his daughter’s high school science fair project (yes, it thanks Neil Ferguson for comments), would sit for 14 years before being deployed in some form during the political panic of March 2020. 

American Institute for Economic Research

Here’s the kicker… the science project on which all this nonsense is based ONLY WON THIRD PRIZE!!

Her project, based on computer simulations of human interaction, impressed the judges enough to win her third place in the medicine and health category at the Intel fair that year.

Albuquerque Journal

Why are we are setting public policy on the notions of children? Adults use children and seemingly plausible and sensible ideas that sound good to achieve their own ends. The education systems of the world teach blind obedience to authority rather than critical thinking. This leads to an ignorant population which leads to an easy subjugation of the population. Your rights were taken away on an unproven whim.

The entire world economy was brought to its knees by the ideas of a 14 year old kid. Yes, the ideas were born from wanting good things for the world. But, as the cliché goes, the road to Hell is paved with good intentions.


COVID-19 is done in Georgia. Open this place up!

Zero deaths over the last two days. Single digits since the middle of February.

The Atlanta Journal has a COVID-19 Dashboard. It shows that COVID-19 in the State of Georgia is done and has been now since the beginning of February. Open this place up and knock it off with the constant drumbeat about masks. Let’s get back to normal.

The chart above shows the number of deaths reported by the day they occurred. The number of deaths have been in the single digits now since the middle of February. It’s also way below anything experienced in April and May of 2020.

New hospitalizations are also at zero and have largely remained below anything last year since the beginning of February. Also the January peak never reached last summer’s peak.

Confirmed cases are also down. There still is no information with regard to the PCR test cycle threshold being used. I wonder if they lowered the threshold below 35 now instead of the 40 they were using prior to the election.

This thing is over. It’s time to stop the nonsense and go back to living life.


The Wall Street Journal is now the Babylon Bee

The above is a screenshot of an actual blurb on the Wall Street Journal’s website. This should be in the Babylon Bee rather than on WSJ. Does anyone see anything wrong with the “study” saying over 1.4 million jobs will be lost but yet 900k people will be raised over the poverty line? My God we’ve become a bunch of stupid assholes to believe any of this.


CBS couldn’t touch Biden with a ten foot pole

I didn’t watch the interview. I stumbled across this while scrolling through Twitter. Someone tweeted a link to the video and as I scrolled it started playing. I couldn’t help but actually laugh out loud when I saw this ridiculous frame from the interview. They are sitting at least 10 feet away from each other. What is the point of this? Why didn’t Biden just do the interview from the basement of the White House while Nora O’Donnell asks questions from the CBS studio?


Technology Thoughts

YouTube censors U.S. Senate Hearing

Has Google gone too far yet? YouTube has taken down video from a U.S. Senate hearing that occurred on December 8, 2020 because it contained information about Ivermectin. How can any online platform remove any information that is a part of the official public record? This behavior should be illegal. Who are they to be the gatekeeper of information?

Here is the video that is still available at C-Span. I’ve also downloaded it and embedded it below.

Ivermectin is a drug that has been getting some traction for its use as a treatment for people with COVID-19 both as a cure and a preventive measure. I’ve blogged about it before here.

I learned about the YouTube takedown of the testimony in the Wall Street Journal today.

Before being removed from YouTube and other websites, Dr. Kory’s opening statement had been viewed by more than eight million people. Unfortunately, government health agencies don’t share that interest in early treatment. A year into the pandemic, NIH treatment guidelines for Covid patients are to go home, isolate yourself and do nothing other than monitor your illness.

Fortunately, some doctors have the courage to ignore these compassionless guidelines and are using their expertise to develop protocols utilizing a variety of cheap, available and safe FDA-approved drugs to treat patients early and avoid hospitalization. Instead of being rewarded, they are being censored, ostracized, vilified in the press, even fired. This closed-minded approach represents a dark chapter in the history of medicine and journalism.

The censors at YouTube have decided for all of us that the American public shouldn’t be able to hear what senators heard. Apparently they are smarter than medical doctors who have devoted their lives to science and use their skills to save lives. They have decided there is only one medical viewpoint allowed, and it is the viewpoint dictated by government agencies. Government-sanctioned censorship of ideas and speech should frighten us all.

Wall Street Journal

Should it be legal for YouTube to remove Senate testimony? I don’t think so.


If anyone needs to be censored it’s Fauci

Don’t wear a mask. Do wear a mask. Wear 2 masks. There is no science backing up the wearing of 2 masks. Fauci is not a guy we should listen to with regard to our personal health and safety. Since he received so much media attention during the press briefings with Trump his head has far out grown his diminutive body. It’s time to stop paying attention to this attention whore.

Shut the fuck up already Fauci. The complete video is below.

The full video.

In the U.S. cigarettes kill a COVID-19’s worth of people every year.

If I’m mandated to wear an ineffectual mask or two and stay a minimum of 6 feet away from people so I don’t murder them why do we still allow people to commit suicide by smoking?

Public health officials say that while e-cigarette use isn’t risk-free, it poses significantly less risk than cigarette smoking, which is associated with more than 480,000 deaths in the U.S. each year.

Wall Street Journal

If everything we do is about “saving lives” BAN SMOKING TODAY!

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Vote out Congressman David Trone

Who ever runs against David Trone needs to run this pic in their ads. If your Congressman is this afraid he should be voted out at the earliest opportunity.

Technology Thoughts

Introducing the bioVYZR. The product you wish was an SNL skit.

In the very near future we will all be bubble people. Get your bioVYZR NOW for the low low price of $379.00 or six easy installments of… (just kidding you’ll have to pay in full sucker!).

But hey, at least for short people it will make you look like you’re at least 6 to 8 inches taller… or a Sontaran with a see through helmet.