Science: Masks and Aerosols*

by Karl Denninger

Let’s look at physics and mathematics folks.

We’ll start with a single cough or sneeze.

Everyone “knows” that if you cover a cough or sneeze, and you should do it into your sleeve instead of your hand, this will reduce the risk of someone else getting a virus you may have, right?


It doesn’t. So says the science! This is a myth, just like it is a myth that you can wear a mask and reduce transmission.

Wait — you say! YUCK; that’s obvious that it helps.

Well, no.

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