Orange County Florida is reporting that COVID is in the sewer. They have been wasting money on analyzing shit for months. I am just wondering what data they are getting that isn’t being obtained by simply looking at the number of positive results from individual testing.

There is a lot of reporting about how the CDC is advising against going on cruises. The reason for this, it is claimed, is putting so many people in such a small area increases the likelihood of infection. I say bullshit. Let the math speak for itself:

Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas has over 3 million square feet of deck space while carrying 8,300 passengers and crew. That works out to 361 square feet per person.

Disney’s Magic Kingdom is 4.7 million square feet in area, and has a capacity of 90,000 guests. This works out to 52 square feet per person. The CDC doesn’t have a problem with theme parks.

What about aircraft? Passengers on commercial aircraft are crammed in with less than 10 square feet per person. The CDC has little problem with flying.

Theme parks are roughly 7 times more crowded than a cruise ship, and no one has to prove vaccine status or have a negative COVID test in order to enter theme parks. Planes are even worse. The CDC is targeting cruise lines, but not airlines or theme parks. Like everything else COVID related, it isn’t about science or facts, it’s about control and political favors.

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Kid · January 1, 2022 at 12:53 pm

Quite true. Never seen this much BS and hypocrisy associated with a single subject.

joe · January 1, 2022 at 1:21 pm

they don’t want you to have fun and live… plus, don’t the cruise companies hq in places they don’t have to pay taxes?

Big Ruckus D · January 1, 2022 at 1:38 pm

Now you’re not supposed to go noticing shit like that, don’t you know? The good news for the govt is that most people are innumerate, and will never do the math you just did. So, they’ll just accept what they are told by “the experts” as being common sense. Bad for rhe cruise lines of course, but good for whoever the govt is sucking off here. As you aptly pointed out, that’s all this really is.

And for the record, I can find less than zero appeal in cruises, commercial air travel or theme parks, so none of those venues will ever see my patronage anyway. Funny thing is that all three are worshipped by the sheeple, and all three are also easy targets for achieving mass casualties, due to lack of effective security and masses of people captive in a relatively small area. That just reminded me of why I really don’t like any of them.

    joe · January 1, 2022 at 3:18 pm

    and all are no gun zones…with you, don’t want to go to any of those places or be trapped on a petri dish in the ocean…

Josey Wales · January 1, 2022 at 5:09 pm

The Schwab/SPECTRE will not let the plandemic go until the global Coviet control grid matrix is complete.
It feels good to be a pureblood, deplorable Kulak untermenschen, outlaw, Wäldganger, and we are the only ones with a chance.

Milton · January 2, 2022 at 10:29 am

Remember that the method of generating *cases* is the flawed pcr test. Unless I missed the memo, that test was flawed from the beginning, generating all kind of *false* results.

Rather than the *predictor* of future *cases*, what about the theory that high c*vid rates in the waste are evidence of a higher percentage of v*ccinated people shedding their disease into the public domain?

judgeroybean · January 2, 2022 at 11:37 am

Three thoughts; No matter how many folks are on those ships there’s still a constant breeze dissipating Covid concentrations. Sunshine kills Covid, and we do not have massive new cases every day. We have a massive number of Government mandated checks.

AC47spooky · January 2, 2022 at 11:42 am

Question is what else are they analyzing in the sewage?

    Jonathan · January 3, 2022 at 6:32 am

    That is what matters, and where are they doing it?
    Are their samples just from the plant, or could they identify use of medication, amount of CVD (or other Illness) by neighborhood or street?
    Makes me glad I have a septic system…

Eric Wilner · January 3, 2022 at 7:59 am

Early in 2020, I speculated that SARS-CoV-2 might be present in the gut, and that (as with SARS or MERS or some such) Fecal Ærosol Respiratory Transmission might be a thing, especially in regions with poor hygiene and the possibility, in winter, of freeze-dried poop dust blowing in the streets.
Someone with greater subject-matter knowledge said, at the time, that this wasn’t a thing with this particular virus.
But maybe it is? Do we need to start wearing special N95 diapers to prevent FÆRT? To demonstrate compliance, do we need to wear our anti-FÆRT diapers on the outside of our normal clothing?
In the future, we’ll all dress like superheroes!

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