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Episode 62 is the second part of our biological update where amidst projections of a worsening sickness and death rate, we look deep into the science. We look at why D614G is proliferating and what it is doing to make Covid more adaptable, and look at one study from Georgia ...
In Episode 61, we begin a two-part review of some breaking research that reveals that Covid is confirmed to be mutating in ways to make it more infective using both mutations and recombination. Distressingly, it looks like modifications to the spike protein suggest that immune suppression and enhancement are possibilities ...
Episode 60 expands the outlook as we check in on Russia, the UK, and Canada in more depth and see how hints of a second wave are peeking out from Germany to Singapore. Global food supply chain issues are leading to greater insecurity presaging political issues. The disappearance of Kim ...
Episode 59 covers two areas in some depth, starting with good news from Korea suggesting viral shed improbable from recovered patients which should reduce contagiousness. That is tempered by more reporting on strokes in younger people, as Indian scientists identify a potentially emerging dominant strain which may explain why we ...
For the 58th Episode, we turn to a heavily divided America as we look at structural problems at both the economic and political levels and the challenges they portend. After a quick update about a disturbing new problem with children in the UK that is potentially Covid related, we see ...