Tag: COVID-19

COVID-19 FEAR: chapter 5

To start or not to start One stakeholder on President Trump’s White House Pandemic Team is Dr. Anthony Fauci. He has been interviewed many times and has remained consistent. Dr. Fauci’s position has repeatedly been “reopening their economies ‘ [meaning each state] can’t just leap over things’ that would potentially the coronavirus to rebound.” One

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COVID-19 Fear: chapter 4

The chicken-and-egg theory “Which came first: the chicken or the egg?” When we were kids, many of us heard this question as a story, or kids made up jokes about the poor chicken. In fact, the “chicken and Egg” dilemma has been around since the 1st century. Historically, the “chicken and the egg” problem has

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COVID-19 Fear: chapter 3

What are people suppose to do? In Orlando, FL this morning (04/18/2020), I sat up in bed and looked out the window. What I saw was refreshing, but also brought irrational thoughts to my head. I starred at a rain storm. Hard rain hit the window. I heard loud thunderclaps, and bright lightening lit up

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Our global community and COVID-19

Many Governors in the United States feel they cannot trust the guidance provided by the President. They are looking internally and to State leadership, the U.S. Congress, or to the CDC to determine the best approach. These governors are establishing stay-at-home directives, overnight curfew, and request that people keep a distance from others. Our global

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Coronavirus predicted as early as 2015

Bill Gates who is considered an IT Genius, as the founder of Microsoft, recently stepped down from Microsoft’s Board. He stated his goal is to concentrate more effort on his philanthropic and research efforts. Many people might wonder why they should believe Bill Gates talking about the virus any more than Donald Trump, but there

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