Insanity

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

Is it really insane to just live with a virus? Or is it more insane to belive every thing will be right with science? They hide the facts that there are 30% less deaths, and less long term hospitalizations. Plus there testing is more efficient at creating numbers than ever before, which when comparing infection rates from March and April , to now, is insane to do so. The infection rate is the same as March and April, just less people who are critically effected by Corona.

Insanity, repeating the same thing
While expecting change

Insanity, guessing on a test 
Expecting results to be the best

Insanity, using theoretical calculations as fact
Allowing real information be under attack

This insane nonsense, is controlling science
How can yoi believe, you can control the virus?
 


Submitted: November 14, 2020

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sprinkly biscuit

Yes we'll that's all very well.though it's not insane to cling on to hope for without that we are doomed + head in a downward spiral of anxiety and despair..that is all
SB

Sun, November 15th, 2020 12:01am

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Ah, but it seems for us, we are fed so much mis-information that the people obtaining data are not doing their part in clarification of the data. It's all anecdotal, or in a better term, fuzzy logic. I would be fired for the type of data given for facts. The problem here in the states, is schools and colleges are liberal and have democrat ties. Also scientists do not want political views to sway their status. So nobody of proper status will correct peers. Afraid of being thrown to the wolves. Anyone against the political pressure will become demonized.

Sat, November 14th, 2020 4:08pm

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