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Chat / Re: The Maths of Coronavirus
« Last post by Mac on Today at 16:43:46 »
Another interesting read on the BBC from Imperial college.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-51979654

Mac.
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Astrophotography / Re: C/2019 Y4 (Atlas)
« Last post by Roberto on Today at 06:48:21 »
Thank you Carole, Mark, Noel. Thank you for the moderators to moving it to a separate thread; should have started it so.
Yes Noel, plenty of satellites and this was overhead and not even the dreaded Starlinks!
Roberto
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Thank you Noel!
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Wonderful Roberto
Well done.
Noel
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Astrophotography / Re: C/2019 Y4 (Atlas)
« Last post by NoelC on Today at 00:55:04 »
Nice animation Roberto
What a lot of satellites!
Noel
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Astrophotography / Re: C/2019 Y4 (Atlas)
« Last post by Carole on Yesterday at 23:18:17 »
Really good work Roberto.

Carole
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Chat / Re: The Maths of Coronavirus
« Last post by Rick on Yesterday at 23:06:15 »
Because malaria is a parasite caused disease not a virus or bacteria. Had it in Papua New Guinea when I was working there many many years ago.

Yellow fever is a viral disease transmitted by mosquitos. There's an effective vaccine for it, though, so it's no longer the killer it once was. There are a bunch of other diseases transmitted by infected mosquitos. Some are viral...
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Chat / Re: The Maths of Coronavirus
« Last post by Apophis on Yesterday at 20:52:35 »
That map could be the flight paths of passenger aircraft before it started , i always thought they should have grounded all aircraft worldwide a lot sooner.Heard of a man who went home from GB to hunan , China recently and hes got it,
Roger
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Chat / Re: The Maths of Coronavirus
« Last post by MarkS on Yesterday at 20:45:08 »
Quote from: Mac
Another interesting site on covid, where they have been plotting & logging the spread as well as sequencing the RNA of the virus.

https://nextstrain.org/ncov?d=tree,map&p=grid

So it's mutating?  That throws another unwanted random element into the mix  :!

Mark
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Chat / Re: The Maths of Coronavirus
« Last post by MarkH on Yesterday at 20:38:26 »
It seems to me that the fatality influence has a genetic relationship.Let's see how stats progress from here.
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