[ExI] Is the USA doing too much to prevent COVID-19?
brent.allsop at gmail.com
Thu Apr 23 16:26:04 UTC 2020
It seems to me we are way to fearful and tend to way over-react.
Sure 9-11 was bad, but not nearly as bad as the hell we all still suffer
every day at airports, completely failing at doing any good.
That continuing suffering at the airports, for all of us, in total, is far
worse than 9-11, ever was.
I want to move to sweden:
Sure, they have a few more sick than their restrictive neighbors, Denmark
and Norway, but they also have twice the population.
So, per capita, they are doing far better, via bottom up volunteering,
rather than top down force.
On Thu, Apr 23, 2020 at 7:27 AM John Clark via extropy-chat <
extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org> wrote:
> Some politicians, republicans all, think the worst is over so it's time to
> end the quarantine and go back to normal. On Tuesday COVID-19 killed 2804
> Americans and that's the largest one day number of deaths so far. Granted
> 911 killed a few more, 2977, but yesterday 29,973 more Americans got sick
> from it and about a third of all COVID-19 cases in the entire world are in
> the USA. So has America really been working too hard to slow the spread of
> this disease? I'm just asking.
> John K Clark
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> extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org
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