Lessons Learned?

 

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Somewhere along the envirnmental needed to reduce jet fuel exhust our government has not leaarned any lessons from the pandemic of 2020. Our skies had cleared and the global temperature considerably lowered, but as soon as there seemed to be a glimmer of Covid-19 lessened, the government through jet fighters in the sky to honor paid hospital worker.

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NASCAR thinks that without the repetitive circular rav=ce society will go to hell. As soon as there was a glimmer of reverting back to stupid norm, NASCAR intitalized seven (7) formal races in elleven days, to a tiny fraction of a live audience. No discussion on carbon emmssions is associated with the severe acute respiratory disease could possbile m=be comprimise from high octanve gasoline emssions.

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On April 3, Anthony S. Fauci, the nation’s leading infectious disease expert, joined the chorus of voices calling for the immediate closure of China’s “wet markets,” where the coronavirus is widely believed to have originated. Butchers, trappers and consumers mingle openly, slaughtering and trading live animals; it is the perfect environment for zoonotic diseases to leap from an infected creature to a human.

But China is hardly the only country where live animal markets and other squalid operations are common. Some 80 of them operate within the five boroughs of New York City alone, according to Slaughter Free NYC, a nonprofit group that opposes them. They are near residences, schools and public parks.

Less notorious but much more commonplace threats to public health are the “concentrated animal feeding operations” (CAFOs) scattered throughout the South and Midwest. These factory farms warehouse thousands of animals that wallow in their own waste with limited or no airspace, routinely creating conditions for the proliferation of super bugs and zoonotic pathogens. Nearly the entire supply of animal products consumed in the United States originate from these industrial factory farms.

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Auto Insurance firms based a reduction (rebate) to policy holders of 15% for two (2) months of safer-at-home orders.  If safer at home is a thing that allows for a rebate, then why are auto companies charging so much during non-safer-at-home conditions.

There are many people who were not effected by the safer-at-home rules because they work from home and telecommute is a normal thing.  Accordingly, will insurance companies learn a rate making program to reduce fees for those policy holders who do not drive, except to stores for provisions?

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American business initiated new orders when the Covid-19 rolled into the United States by reporting all non-essential business travel will be canceled.  How is a business that normally practices efficiencies would sponsor non-essential travel.  Particularly when the world is attempting to reduce its carbon footprint would sanction travel that produces streams of pollution.

If air and ground travel is fully re-opened business should reflect on its termed phrase of non-essential and perhaps practice greater use of online communication, which has been the existing go to travel vehicle.

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There are no lessons being garnered on staying abreat of sceince.  Sports, fashion, movies, concerts, and the like all have daily reviews, but what is going on in sceience labs, particularly what is being developed in the way a  Covid-19 vacine and drug cocktail ingredients is not being asked about or a dialy account of ingredients and activities. 

The lesson is that News shows should have a science highlights as often as weather reports since weather coincides with science.  This Covid-19 has created an invasion to children that are becoming very sick and some are dieing, yet society does not seem to be concerned over getting back to normal (climate change).

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