We’Re Not Going Back To Normal

in #lifelast year (edited)

Almost the same day the US signed the bill, G20 leaders injected $5 trillion into the global economy in fight against coronavirus. So that's $7 trillion total. What for when an Italian study established that 99% of all COVID19 victims had other health conditions? More than 75% had high blood pressure, about 35% had diabetes and a third suffered from heart disease.

Although similar statements about the elderly being at high risk were delivered on a regular basis, the hysteria took hold and now a majority of people are ready to lose their freedoms for the sake of security.

We regard social distancing as a potential opportunity for those awakened to address our multi-level conditioning with their friends and relatives as distractions are not as much less available. Eventually, people will begin to pay more attention to one another.

Every situation has a dual outcome. It just depends on how we look at it. The same as the more central banks pour money into the system, the more money becomes worthless and that can only facilitate a shift toward a debt jubilee and Degrowth, then to a money-free society.

Nonetheless, the risks are still high and technocracy will not back off unless we quit participating in their dark scenarios. We now must work on a whole new level.

Starting today Earth Custodians are also going to distance themselves from the Resource Based Economy a little bit as Jaque Fresco and Peter Joseph endorse that technocracy should be managing our resources. Technocracy is another name for centralization as we all realize today.

We definitely agree with the concept of an ecological economy and that computers will be helpful in the management of the planet but remaining opposed to self-improving algorithms is key to preserve freedom.

We’re not going back to normal (MARCH 2020)

Social distancing is here to stay for much more than a few weeks. It will upend our way of life, in some ways forever.

MIT: It’s now widely agreed (even by Britain, finally) that every country needs to “flatten the curve”: impose social distancing to slow the spread of the virus so that the number of people sick at once doesn’t cause the health-care system to collapse, as it is threatening to do in Italy right now. That means the pandemic needs to last, at a low level, until either enough people have had Covid-19 to leave most immune (assuming immunity lasts for years, which we don’t know) or there’s a vaccine.

EARTH CUSTODIANS: Great hook scene but there isn't much truth in it as demonstrated by the Italian study featured by Bloomberg here below. The world coronavirus dashboard rather proves that there is no cause for alarm unless a new and more aggressive strain surfaces out of the blue. Since COVID19 is patented, there is no coincidence.

In a report yesterday (pdf), researchers at Imperial College London proposed a way of doing this: impose more extreme social distancing measures every time admissions to intensive care units (ICUs) start to spike, and relax them each time admissions fall. Here’s how that looks in a graph.

Interestingly the UK government has already made its stance known, that COVID19 is not as contagious anymore. This MIT author isn't well-informed though we also realize that his work may have been commissioned by the 1%. You will find the link to this "newspunch snapshot" at our own COVID19 special insight at the bottom of this page.

It means everyone does everything they can to minimize social contact, and overall, the number of contacts falls by 75%. Under this model, the researchers conclude, social distancing and school closures would need to be in force some two-thirds of the time—roughly two months on and one month off—until a vaccine is available, which will take at least 18 months (if it works at all).

Everything's fine for the globalists. They already work on a vaccine and Bill Gates wants to develop a tracking system so that world leaders can enforce the social distancing more efficiently. He also called the Imperial College London study, which the MIT article is referring to, as too negative.

In the short term, this will be hugely damaging to businesses that rely on people coming together in large numbers: restaurants, cafes, bars, nightclubs, gyms, hotels, theaters, cinemas, art galleries, shopping malls, craft fairs, museums, musicians and other performers, sporting venues (and sports teams), conference venues (and conference producers), cruise lines, airlines, public transportation, private schools, day-care centers.

Yes at that level, life as we know it will not go back to normal, all these industries are going to go broke -- and this is a good thing because they all depend on massive advertising anyway. Should we go through this, many people will learn the hard way why caring about friends and relatives is so important. Not to mention that homeschooling will be making a big come back. Those who get it will start working together and transform their yards into gardens, etc...

But the disruption to many, many businesses and livelihoods will be impossible to manage. And the shut-in lifestyle just isn’t sustainable for such long periods.

The author also seems to ignore that automation is right around the corner, so this crisis foreshadows the fact that staying more home and looking at life differently will be essential for the rebirth of society, with less stress and more quality of life...

But of course, that could go the other way, the very dark way, should many fail to wake up in a timely fashion.

FULL ARTICLE: https://www.technologyreview.com/s/615370/coronavirus-pandemic-social-distancing-18-months/


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