If masks are so protective, why didn't they protect wearers in 1918?
#11
23-2-2021 4:03 PM
FaTa said:
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It is well known that studies from the 1918 Spanish flu demonstrated that masks did not work. The Washington Post even said that masks were useless. This is all about scare tactics for political purposes to impose the Great Reset completely altering the economy.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/history/2...e-useless/

For mask to be effective, everyone must wear. The risk of infection in this case is very very low. It is a collective effort.

If one person didn’t wear mask the risk of infection shoots up, much more if the people not wearing the mask is infectious, either symptomatic or asymptomatic.

The key is: It is a collective effort.
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#12
23-2-2021 4:03 PM
FaTa said:
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It is well known that studies from the 1918 Spanish flu demonstrated that masks did not work. The Washington Post even said that masks were useless. This is all about scare tactics for political purposes to impose the Great Reset completely altering the economy.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/history/2...e-useless/



did they say.......the death toll really went up........only after vaccinations ............
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#13
23-2-2021 5:12 PM
stinv said:
For mask to be effective, everyone must wear. The risk of infection in this case is very very low. It is a collective effort.

If one person didn’t wear mask the risk of infection shoots up, much more if the people not wearing the mask is infectious, either symptomatic or asymptomatic.

The key is: It is a collective effort.

Can the mask keep out the RNA coronavirus as you breathe bearing in mind the virus size?
Can the RNA virus enter via the eyes? Then how come no need to mask the eyes as well?

So since the historical evidence & wearing mask do not validate protection from infection, what does wearing mask actually do to the wearer? The answer is it limits oxygen intake and increases carbon dioxide, waste & bacteria growth intake suppressing and challenging the immune system. And what risks wearers face when they wear their masks more than 4-6hrs?

Is my science wrong and you're right?
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#14
Many many people still don't get it.
We need air at least 19.5% oxygen.
Normal air has abt 20% oxygen.
So must so that International law unde OSHA states:
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And Dr. /s warn us abt clotting due to vaccine causing ministrokes in the brain.
Viruses are simply toxins of the interstitial fluids. Masks are useless.
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#15
23-2-2021 5:45 PM
FaTa said:
Can the mask keep out the RNA coronavirus as you breathe bearing in mind the virus size?
Can the RNA virus enter via the eyes? Then how come no need to mask the eyes as well?

So since the historical evidence & wearing mask do not validate protection from infection, what does wearing mask actually do to the wearer? The answer is it limits oxygen intake and increases carbon dioxide, waste & bacteria growth intake suppressing and challenging the immune system. And what risks wearers face when they wear their masks more than 4-6hrs?

Is my science wrong and you're right?

The purpose of the mask is to reduce the virus load being spewed out by an infected person

When the virus load is low the chance of it infecting a person will be low.
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#16
maybe last time wear mask but still touch here touch there rub eyes.

maybe last time pple dont use sanitizer

maybe last time pple dont wash hand as frequent.

Big Grin
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#17
23-2-2021 5:12 PM
stinv said:
For mask to be effective, everyone must wear. The risk of infection in this case is very very low. It is a collective effort.

If one person didn’t wear mask the risk of infection shoots up, much more if the people not wearing the mask is infectious, either symptomatic or asymptomatic.

The key is: It is a collective effort.

23-2-2021 5:45 PM
FaTa said:
Can the mask keep out the RNA coronavirus as you breathe bearing in mind the virus size?
Can the RNA virus enter via the eyes? Then how come no need to mask the eyes as well?

So since the historical evidence & wearing mask do not validate protection from infection, what does wearing mask actually do to the wearer? The answer is it limits oxygen intake and increases carbon dioxide, waste & bacteria growth intake suppressing and challenging the immune system. And what risks wearers face when they wear their masks more than 4-6hrs?

Is my science wrong and you're right?

26-2-2021 11:25 AM
stinv said:
The purpose of the mask is to reduce the virus load being spewed out by an infected person

When the virus load is low the chance of it infecting a person will be low.

You might want to read this and rethink about masks.

https://pdmj.org/papers/masks_are_neithe...index.html

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Quote:Masks against Covid-19

The New England Journal of Medicine editorial on the topic of mask use versus Covid-19 assesses the matter as follows:

Quote:“We know that wearing a mask outside health care facilities offers little, if any, protection
from infection. Public health authorities define a significant exposure to Covid-19 as face-to-face contact within 6 feet with a patient with symptomatic Covid-19 that is sustained for at
least a few minutes 9and some say more than 10 minutes or even 20 minutes). The chance of
catching Covid-19 from a passing interaction in a public space is therefore minimal. In many
cases, the desire for widespread masking is a reflexive reaction to anxiety over the pandemic."

Editor’s Note: This article was published on April 1, 2020, at NEJM.org. In a letter to the editor on June 3, 2020, the authors of this article state “We strongly support the calls of public health agencies for all people to wear masks when circumstances compel them to be within 6 ft of others for sustained periods.”

30 M Klompas, C Morris, et al. Universal masking in hospitals in the Covid-19 era. N Eng J Med. 2020; 382 e63.
https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMp2006372

Weighing risk versus benefit of mask use

In 2020 the United States is seeing an unprecedented surge of mask use by the public. Homemade and store-bought cloth masks and surgical masks or N95 masks are being used by the public especially when entering stores and other publicly accessible buildings. Sometimes bandanas or scarves are used. The use of face masks, whether cloth, surgical or N95, creates a poor obstacle to aerosolized pathogens as we can see from the meta-analyses and other studies in this paper, allowing both transmission of aerosolized pathogens to others in various directions, as well as self-contamination. Forward projection of exhaled material may be partly
replaced by lateral, backward, downward and upward projection, and to greater distances, with
longer time airborne, from a masked person than from an unmasked person.

It must also be considered that masks impede the necessary volume of air intake required for
adequate oxygen / carbon dioxide exchange, which results in observed physiological effects
that may be undesirable. Even 6-minute walks, let alone more strenuous activity, resulted in
dyspnea. The volume of unobstructed oxygen in a typical breath is about 100 ml, used for
normal physiological processes. 100 ml O2 greatly exceeds the volume of a pathogen required
for transmission.

The foregoing data show that masks serve more as instruments of obstruction of normal
breathing, rather than as effective barriers to pathogens. Therefore, masks should not be used
by the general public, either by adults or children, and their limitations as prophylaxis against pathogens should also be considered in medical settings.
The clinical studies and meta-
analyses that are referenced, cited and linked herein are presented in order to provide the best
opportunity for informed decision-making, and for individuals to consider and compare the
risks versus benefits of mask use.
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#18
26-2-2021 10:32 PM
FaTa said:
You might want to read this and rethink about masks.

https://pdmj.org/papers/masks_are_neithe...index.html

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CDC calls on Americans to wear masks to prevent COVID-19 spread

https://www.cdc.gov/media/releases/2020/...masks.html

JAMA editorial reviews latest science, while case study shows masks prevented COVID spread
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