Category Archives: Coronavirus

How To Stop The Pandemic: Take Vitamin D3

My previous article: November may see as many as 4.2 to 4.5 million cases of Covid-19 correctly predicted the number of Covid-19 cases in November, 2020. The exact reported case total, according to Worldometers, was 4,521,787 cases. That’s just slightly … Continue reading

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Covid-19 Cases and Deaths in the U.S. for September

I predicted 1,333,803 cases and 27,423 deaths from Covid-19 in the U.S. in September. Now we see that the actual cases was 1,235,486 and the actual deaths was 24,004. I was off by 7.37% for cases and 12.47% for deaths. … Continue reading

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Prepare for Winter — This is Real

The Covid-19 Second Wave is coming this winter. First indication will be a doubling of Covid deaths in the U.S. from Sept to Oct and again from Oct to Nov. This is due to falling blood levels of Vitamin D … Continue reading

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I feel I have a moral obligation regarding Covid-19

Update: Using the data from the first 10 days of August, I’m predicting 1,759,899 cases and 30,798 deaths in the U.S. in the whole of August. Method: totals from first 10 days times 3.2258 equals the case and death totals. … Continue reading

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Long Haulers: when COVID-19 is a chronic illness

I’ve added a new page at for information on Covid-19 “Long Haulers”. These are persons who become sick with Covid, and they remain sick for many weeks. Some are still sick with no end in sight. What causes this … Continue reading

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Covid-19 new cases are way Up, but the death rate is way Down

Here’s the explanation at The Covid-19 Death Rate Has Dropped by 2/3rds. The comparison is weekly total of new cases to weekly total of new deaths. The new deaths is from a week 14 days later than the new … Continue reading

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Interesting Coincidence in Book of Revelation

[Revelation] {6:2} Et vidi: et ecce equus albus, et qui sedebat super illum habebat arcum, et data est ei corona, et exivit vincens ut vinceret. {6:2} And I saw, and behold, a white horse. And he who was sitting upon … Continue reading

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Covid-19 Vaccine Testing: Is a Challenge Trial Ethical?

Multiple Covid-19 vaccine candidates are now in Phase I or Phase II human trials. Soon a decision will have to be made as to what type of testing to perform next. Two significant ethical questions must be answered before the … Continue reading

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Q and A on Covid-19

I often do a “Q and A” on theology. I’ve decided to try a question and answer post on COVID-19. Please keep in mind that I am not a physician, and will not be giving any medical advice. The types … Continue reading

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Covid-19 is the 7th Leading Cause of Death for 2020

Updated May 13th 2017 Yearly Stats (CDC Fast Stats) Number of deaths: 2,813,503 #1 Heart disease: 647,457 #2 Cancer: 599,108 #3 Accidents (unintentional injuries): 169,936 #4 Chronic lower respiratory diseases: 160,201 #5 Stroke (cerebrovascular diseases): 146,383 #6 Alzheimer’s disease: 121,404 … Continue reading

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Will Cancer Deaths Rise or Fall in 2020?

Persons who are currently living with a diagnosis of cancer have an increased risk of death, if they contract COVID-19. This suggests that some persons who would have died of cancer later this year, instead may die from Covid, reducing … Continue reading

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Antibodies do NOT necessarily indicate you’ve had Covid-19

Someone has Covid-19. You are exposed to the virus through them. You might catch the disease, develop symptoms, and eventually your immune system produces antibodies and you become well. But a second scenario is also common. You are exposed to … Continue reading

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