JPaganel, my condolences about your father. Losses like that are hard. Surprisingly, the CDC data shows exactly that, which is what the video (past the 30-second mark) shows, he even tells you in the first comment (in the comments section below the video) how/where to get the data from the CDC website. And although the music may be distracting to some (I actually like it, never heard that version of the song before), there is a way to mute the volume, at least on my computer. The information is more important than the song, and the question posed at the 3:20 mark seems relevant. Recall that the 1918 flu....the H1N1 virus.....appeared in two distinct waves: a rather benign version in the spring/early summer, and then the "killer" wave later in the year. Actually, there's been a lot of studies (and of course history) of what HCQ offers, here's a partial list: https://c19study.com Lots of "positive" results, lots of negative results. But in keeping with Einstein's observation that it only takes one experimental result to "falsify" (as it's called in the hypothesis-biz) a theory, the number of positive outcomes has to be explained, hopefully in a rigorous manner, besides just claiming all of researchers, doctors, etc. are merely liars or dupes or witch doctors. Also, I'm still wondering why HCQ was shown to be effective against SARS-CoV back in 2002? https://virologyj.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1743-422X-2-69 Conclusion: "Chloroquine is effective in preventing the spread of SARS CoV in cell culture. Favorable inhibition of virus spread was observed when the cells were either treated with chloroquine prior to or after SARS CoV infection. In addition, the indirect immunofluorescence assay described herein represents a simple and rapid method for screening SARS-CoV antiviral compounds." Although Covid-19 is a slightly different virus, it's "full" clinical name is actually SARS-COV-2, and it shares an almost identical genetic profile: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0300891620974755 QUOTE: "MERS virus and the SARS virus are more different genetically," Mesecar says. "But the COVID-19 virus is genetically almost identical to the SARS virus and, therefore, it is expected to look and act nearly the same. In another week or two, we'll be able to begin to see if the virus is mutating." This is correct; in fact, almost all exhalations contain very few "free" virons; they are bound to that water vapor, which being a large particle, does get trapped in the mask. But water, as is commonly known, evaporates rather quickly, but the viral particles attached to it don't. Once freed from their watery bonds, the liberated virons are free to migrate thru the mask, as they are much smaller than the "weave" of most fabrics. And of course, since these masks are "dual use"....meaning there is a 2-way airflow....then the viral particles can either be expelled past the wearer, or be re-inhaled by the user. I'm a bit curious, if you didn't watch the video, how can you tell if there is any relevant information or observations in there? And if it is indeed nonsense, then wouldn't that mean that the CDC's data is nonsense, too? Although I'm not as computer savvy as you are (I don't know anything about MS Teams, etc.), I think this is the company: Bio-ID Diagnostic Inc. https://saskatoon.ctvnews.ca/fast-h...-prairie-medical-firm-shows-promise-1.4905900 Again, my google-foo probably isn't what it should be, but I think this is the meeting: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/covid-19-city-council-mask-1.5802168 I'm not sure what a "conspirologist" website is---it sounds interesting, though!---but the CBC is the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, the national public broadcasting company for Canada, something akin to our NPR. I'm pretty sure they have a Facebook page, is that what you were referring to? Unless it somehow escapes from a Level 4 Biolab in China....... I think the evidence (notwithstanding the name given to it by Trump, and seemingly generally agreed to by everyone else as the origination point) is not as conclusive as one might believe; suppose it didn't "start" in China? https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0300891620974755 Summary: Table 1 reports anti-SARS-CoV-2 RBD antibody detection according to the time of sample collection in Italy. In the first 2 months, September–October 2019, 23/162 (14.2%) patients in September and 27/166 (16.3%) in October displayed IgG or IgM antibodies, or both. The first positive sample (IgM-positive) was recorded on September 3 in the Veneto region, followed by a case in Emilia Romagna (September 4), a case in Liguria (September 5), two cases in Lombardy (Milano Province; September 9), and one in Lazio (Roma; September 11). By the end of September, 13 of the 23 (56.5%) positive samples were recorded in Lombardy, three in Veneto, two in Piedmont, and one each in Emilia Romagna, Liguria, Lazio, Campania, and Friuli. Antibodies means that these people had been infected with the disease.......as far back as September 2019. Of course, we also have even earlier instances of "unknown" diseases that, given the symptoms observed, could also possibly been due to the same disease: www.washingtonpost.com/health/2019/09/07/what-we-know-about-mysterious-vaping-linked-illnesses-deaths www.thesun.co.uk/news/9397863/dominican-republic-deaths-latest-update Well, just like with the definition of a "case", we would have to clarify the definition of what a "shred" is. One week before the election, the right-wing John Birchers at NPR and that foaming-at-the-mouth, uber-conservative "Judy Woodruff" did an analysis of the Georgia voting systems and situation. Unlike the previous video, this one has no music and odd graphics, so the information should be easier to digest: https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/w...es-solve-election-problems-or-make-them-worse "After driving 9 hours, the first thing I did in Georgia was register a 17-year-old to vote." https://twitter.com/ScottPresler/status/1329953160262258688/photo/1 I've told you before, Georgia politics are as corrupt and dirty as they come; similar to an XJ engine, it's a well-honed, high-performance corruption machine. A few years back we had one Sheriff (Derwin Brown) being assassinated in broad daylight by the former Sheriff (Sidney Dorsey....he being the investigative "hero" (hee-hee, ha-ha, ho-ho) of the the Wayne Williams / "Atlanta Child Murders" event). And remember, a Sheriff is the top law enforcement official in their county, subservient only to US Marshall Service. Locally, some people hold the opinion that perhaps the reason why Governor Kemp, who had a lobbyist for Dominion Voting Systems as his chief of staff (!), (Kemp defeated opponent Stacey Abrahms, even while he insisted that he remain as the Secretary of State during his own election efforts---and it is the SOS who oversees elections in Georgia!) may have had his hand caught in a couple of electoral cookie jars, and is thus keeping a very, very low profile as of late.......so you see, the Governor has, strangely, basically nothing to say about any of this.....while the current SOS (Brad Raffsenberger, who replaced Kemp as SOS once Kemp "won" the governorship), took a nice juicy campaign contribution from the wife of the CEO of Dominion’s partner. And Brad signed not one, but two (and perhaps still counting) secret agreements to change the way that absentee ballots are handled (verified)-----but, once that information started becoming not-so-secret, he quickly promised Georgians a full audit, recount, and re-canvass of the votes..... Which less than 48 hours later, he quickly changed to just a re-count, including all of the possibly defective or incorrect ballots, perhaps because the much more detailed audit and re-canvassing processes might have discovered some issues that might not have reflected so well on him, his role, his connections, his campaign contributions, perhaps involving the former SOS (now Governor Kemp), etc. Who knows? Bonus video: the machines being used in Georgia when Kemp was elected: www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8eujrTyRRE So basically, it seems that everyone is blackmailing everyone else, it's a true circular firing squad, and one might be tempted to say that it's hard to tell the good guys from the bad guys, but the real truth may be something closer to this: there are no good guys. Georgia is truly a peach of a state......it re-defines the word "bent".