Covid, supposedly, spreads from person to person, but how? Through droplets from sneezing and coughing. That may seem to make sense, but it really doesn’t.

First, most people who test positive for Covid don’t know how they got it. They just assume that on some outing they made in public- perhaps to a store, restaurant, or church- somebody who had it gave it to them. But, how many people report having been around someone who was coughing, sneezing, or showing other visible signs of illness?

I go shopping for food often, practically every day. Since the Covid crisis began, I can’t remember a single instance in which someone was coughing and sneezing around me.  

So, if they told me that I had Covid and asked me if I was around someone who was visibly ill, I would have to say no. And I think most people would say no. The number of people who would say, “Oh yeah, I was in Publix the other day, and this guy was coughing and hacking” is so small, it’s probably close to zero. They can’t sell the pandemic that way. That is definitely NOT how it happened.

So, forget about coughing and sneezing. Their Covid paradigm requires, like a life preserver, that mere breathing and talking, by a seemingly normal person, can spread the virus. They have got to have that. But, some virologists still insist that Covid can only spread when a person coughs or sneezes producing respiratory droplets that carry the virus. However, the more rational and mature among these charlatans realize that they have to make it that mere breathing and talking is sufficient to spread Covid, because without it, the whole thing collapses because there isn't enough coughing and sneezing going on in public.  

But, when you read what they write about it, it’s all couched with disclaimers. They say that “maybe” it can spread just from breathing or “possibly” it can. There’s usually a disclaimer. You’d think that they were coached by lawyers.  Here’s an example from Science News:

But that was written back in 2020. I went to the CDC website, and they actually start with expiration.

 COVID-19 is spread in three main ways:

  • Breathing in air when close to an infected person who is exhaling small droplets and particles that contain the virus.
  • Having these small droplets and particles that contain virus land on the eyes, nose, or mouth, especially through splashes and sprays like a cough or sneeze.
  • Touching eyes, nose, or mouth with hands that have the virus on them.

So, they start with mere breathing, because they know they need it. Then, they move on to the coughing and sneezing. Then, they finish with hand transfer.

But, notice that they applied the word “droplets” to both exhaling and coughing/sneezing. But obviously, there is a big difference. Yes, coughing and sneezing can produce mucho droplets, but can calm exhaling?

I found a source that said that if a person breathes normally for 5 minutes that, in all that time, “a few” droplets will be produced. But, if you cough (and presumably just once) a few hundred to a few thousand will be produced. And if you sneeze (presumably just once) a few hundred thousand to a few million will be produced.

But, in public, say, at a supermarket, people don’t breathe on each other. How often do you feel someone’s breath on you in the supermarket? They are exhaling over half the time, since expiration is longer than inspiration, but not on you.  And immediately, it disperses. Expired air is a gas, and that’s what gases do. The idea that you, five feet away, are going to be struck by a meaningful amount of virus is pretty farfetched. But, when you add to it that both of you are masked, it makes it even more doubtful. And yet, that is essential too because there are millions of people who have tested positive for Covid who swear that they always wore a mask and were never around anyone who wasn’t masked.

Even if it were certain that the person’s expired air contained whole, live Covid viruses, it would still have to be proven that the ordinary and customary way that strangers interact in public is sufficient to cause transmission. And since masks are presumably protective, how could there be any transmission at all between masked people in public? Either the masks are effective, or they are not. 

But wait. It’s even worse than that because they have never even demonstrated the presence of live, Covid virus in anyone’s expired air. 

I have a massage therapist. Not for me personally, but she comes to treat guests at my health retreat. And she puts the mask on before she gets out of her car and wears it the whole time.  She requires that the guests wear masks. I got her to accept them not wearing the mask while their head is pressed down into the headpiece of the massage table and they are exhaling towards the floor.  And it took a lot to get her to go along with that. She wanted them to wear it even then, but I told her that I will not have my guests wear a mask while they are laying face-down on the table. I told her I want them to have unobstructed breathing, and it’s a must. She very much wants the gig because most places she works at make her divide the fee she charges, where the house gets some of it, and she gets the rest. But, I told her she can have it all, but she’s got to let them breathe normally during the massage.

So, that’s where it stands with her, but to this day, she won’t treat anyone who arrived by plane. She will only treat guests who drove in.

To me, it’s all crazy. The whole Covid narrative is beyond credibility except as a rigid dogma of belief that is accepted just because “experts” say it- again and again and again.