On Sun, 5 Apr 2020 13:55:48 -0500, Lynn McGuire
Post by Lynn McGuire Post by Robert Carnegie Post by David Goldfarb Post by Dorothy J Heydt Post by Lynn McGuire
Of course, both of these are in the universe where the human race
Oh, we will. With our numbers severely reduced, maybe, but the
species will survive.
The 1918 flu pandemic was just a blip on the chart of population growth.
The worst case scenario for this disease is still likewise just a blip.
Until we find (1) the survivors are infertile
or (2) you die anyway, but 100 days later.
Or the second time that you're infected.
Or the vaccine causes you to grow a third kidney. Or kills off your
I will be 60 in a couple of months. I don't need any more kids. And my
62 year old wife with one ovary would kill me if she somehow managed to
get pregnant again.
I had a horrible cold in February. I suspect it was SARS-2. I am
looking forward to the antibody test.
You may be right, and so (hopefully) immune, which is a good thing,
but your description elsewhere was awfully reminiscent of the Cold
from Hell I caught a couple of times in the 90s.
"I begin to envy Petronius."
"I have envied him long since."