Where does my info come from
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Started by wglassfo - Feb. 10, 2020, 2:42 p.m.

I posted a long time ago millions would die from the virus

We have a billionaire reporting possibly 1.5 million cremated in china

You insist on reporting debunked chinese information

We have seen a spike of carbon dioxide over parts of china, possibly from burning organic material

Makes a person wonder if millions died may be correct

I will not say where my info comes from

Just saying

It looks a lot like what I said, a long time ago

By metmike - Feb. 10, 2020, 2:56 p.m.
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No Wayne, it does not look like that at all.

If you don't want to reveal your sources, that's up to you but you can't expect to be believed on wild, extreme speculation, some that makes no sense with no sources.

 I have tons of legit sources  and always provide them.

Please read the scientific and medical information that I have generously shared. 


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                Started by metmike - Jan. 25, 2020, 11:38 a.m.            


                China finds virus code                        

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                Started by wglassfo - Feb. 1, 2020, 4:01 p.m.            


 Mapping the Coronavirus Outbreak Across the World            

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                Started by metmike - Feb. 4, 2020, 7:25 p.m.            



   Corona  Virus            


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                Started by kermit - Feb. 8, 2020, 11:30 a.m.            


By metmike - Feb. 10, 2020, 6:47 p.m.
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World Health Organization team arrives in China


From CNN’s Anastasia Graham-Yooll in London

"The World Health Organization (WHO) says a team of international experts from WHO arrived in China on Monday to assist with containing the novel coronavirus outbreak. WHO says this is an "advance" team.

WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the team will "lay the groundwork for larger international team" who will join them “as soon as possible.” The team could range between 10 and 15.

On Sunday, as the team departed for China, Director-General Ghebreyesus said on Twitter the international expert mission to China will be "led by Dr. Bruce Aylward, veteran of past public health emergencies."


How do you think that China will manage to hide this cover up now? Or will WHO become part of the cover up?

By metmike - Feb. 10, 2020, 7:03 p.m.
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Let me help you out with additional information Wayne, although you've decided from the get go to ignore my reality posts and to instead, believe the most extreme, alarmist, speculative stories.

1.  You referred to the increased levels of CO2 from burning bodies as evidence of a million bodies being secretly burned, your quote: reporting possibly 1.5 million cremated in china First of all, the increase is in SO2, sulfur dioxide not carbon dioxide, CO2. 

2. Wuhan is home to the huge steel mills of the world’s second largest producer, the China Baowu Steel Group, which merged with Wuhan Iron and Steel Corporation in 2016. Steel mills emit tremendous amounts of SO2.  A picture of Wuhan from a year ago would probably show the same thing.............from the steel  mills!

This is the picture below circulating around which supposedly shows the evidence of all those bodies being cremated. Note the peak value in SO2 of 1351. Is this from cremating bodies?

Answer below.



        china burning people              


If this is from burning bodies, then Russia is burning even more bodies than China! Note the peak value of 1627 from today at Norilsk Russia below. 


                       Jan Eskil Flåm                    @FlamJan     

Check out Norilsk in Russia, then stop pushing this agenda ... its just idiotic.



metmike: So Wayne and others, these plants are burning tons of coal which releases massive amounts of SO2!  A picture of this same spot from 2019, a year ago would likely have shown the same thing. 

As the 2nd largest steel producer in the world. Wuhan alone accounts for 85KT of SO2 output a year, which is (on average) 162kg a minute. Every single minute.

     Report on the Environment  / Sulfur Dioxide Emissions


"Sulfur dioxide (SO2) belongs to the family of sulfur oxide (SOx) gases. These gases are formed when fuel containing sulfur (mainly coal and oil) is burned (e.g., for electricity generation) and during metal smelting and other industrial processes. High concentrations of SO2 are associated with multiple health and environmental effects. The highest concentrations of SO2 have beenrecorded in the vicinity of large industrial facilities"

By metmike - Feb. 10, 2020, 7:13 p.m.
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It really is sad that unreliable sources with these insane speculative theories and alarmist stories get online to scare people.

This person covers it well:

No, Open Source Data Does Not Show China Burning People – But Supply Chains are Being Roiled


"(Social media amplification has, meanwhile, made it clear that the old dictum “a lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on” is no longer enough: a lie circumvents the world several times before the truth has even realized it needs its pants.)"

By metmike - Feb. 10, 2020, 7:41 p.m.
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I actually anticipated some of this over 3 weeks ago and it was the reason I started this thread below. 

While there is still loads of uncertainty and for sure its having short term catastrophic affects on China, none of it so far has reached an unexpected level that matches up with any of the extreme scenarios described by some here. 

IF it does, I'll hopefully be the first to recognize it via authentic data sources and legit  science/medicine. 

Wayne, again, if you want me to look seriously into your statements, you can't make them, then tell us you will not reveal the sources. 

I busted the cremation story without your sources(since its going all around) and the 1 man claiming 1.5 million dead......... has no evidence to back that up.



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                Started by metmike - Jan. 25, 2020, 11:38 a.m.            


metmike: While there is not enough known about this new virus to say anything with certainty, there are things known with some confidence that tell us it is likely not as bad (deadly) as what many fear. In every other case, when a new scary sounding outbreak similar to this initially became headline news, fear of a pandemic that might wipe out millions coming to the US and fear of a worst case scenario was several orders of magnitude greater than the actual risk.

By metmike - Feb. 10, 2020, 8:19 p.m.
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Here's another great source/link to get authentic information on the Coronavirus.

The Centers for Disease control and Prevention: