Updated: Mar 26
Two weeks ago I started digging into different data sets on the latest strain of Coronavirus. It was tedious (still is) and information wasn't organized in a way that made sense to me. So I collected the data and shared my findings on Twitter. I had about 220 Twitter followers, so I didn't expect to get much traction.
Well, it got some.
So I kept posting, because it seemed to help people. I know it helped me.
Then, I started asking questions.
The timeline for Covid-19 had stopped making sense.
What are the odds, really, that a virus as contagious as this one would have infected just 41 people from early December 2019 to January 14, 2020?
How did it not spread everywhere sooner?
Who knew about this?
So I asked Twitter! And we've started a conversation that we need to keep having.
I'll get into those numbers on the next post, and more.
People from all over the world have sent me private messages detailing their experience. What they've noticed. And there's so much more to this story.
Then about a week ago I received a series of messages suggesting rather firmly that I stop asking questions. That I leave it alone.
Well guess what?
I don't take instructions like that very well, and I will not be intimidated.
So here I am.
I'm going to dig.
I'm going to ask.
And I'm going to do everything I can to get the whole story.
I've been quiet for a few days, but I've been busy.
I can't wait to show you what I've found.
While I can't promise to not add my opinion here and there, my promise to you is I will not be deceitful. There's too much of that in the world.
I'm not a journalist.
I don't work for anyone.
This is for you.
This is for me.
This is for us.
Until next time,