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- Sep 10, 2009
Which is common sense, but what where is any actual rebuttal of the originally quoted statement? Where is the body of evidence suggesting that all of a sudden wearing a bandanna over your face offers some protection against the spread of respiratory infections? Do you have any counter evidence for any of those other studies?A growing body of research shows that the risk of SARS-CoV-2 transmission is strongly correlated with the duration and intensity of contact:
Remember when the high priests of you silly doomsday cult told us that we shouldn't be wearing masks?
Remember when your trusted authority figures told you to go out and hug a Chinaman?
Sort of like all the studies I posted or don't those count because they don't validate the new rituals of your silly cult?If science has proved something and you use that to support your beliefs, it's not confirmation bias. It's simply referring to facts that exist and that you may even have used to form your opinion.