We’ve been denied information the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention hid for the better part of a year, undoubtedly to serve the purpose of forcing the appearance of reality to more closely conform to a political narrative.
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Never before has the public had access to so much data on a virus and its effects. For two years, data festooned the daily papers. Dozens of websites assembled it.
We were all invited to follow the data, follow the science and observe as scientists became our new overlords, instructing us how to feel, think and behave in order to “flatten the curve,” “drive down cases,” “preserve capacity,” “stay safe” and otherwise deploy all the powers of human will to respond to and manipulate disease outcomes.
We could watch it all in real time. How beautiful were the waves, the curves, the bar charts, the sheer power of the technology.
We can look at all the variations and the trajectories, assemble them by country, click here and click there to compare, see new cases, total cases, unvaccinated and vaccinations, infections and hospitalizations, deaths in total or death per capita and we could even make a game out of it: which country is doing better at the great task, which group is better at complying, which region has the best outcomes.
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