Face Shields Ineffective at Trapping Aerosols, Says Japanese Supercomputer

Simulation using world’s fastest supercomputer casts doubt on effectiveness in preventing spread of coronavirus
Tue 22 Sep 2020 02.19 EDT

3463A butcher wearing a full-face visor in north London. Photograph: Isabel Infantes/AFP/Getty Images

This week, senior scientists in Britain criticised the government for stressing the importance of hand-washing while placing insufficient emphasis on aerosol transmission and ventilation, factors that Japanese authorities have outlined in public health advice throughout the pandemic.

As some countries have attempted to open up their economies, face shields are becoming a common sight in sectors that emphasise contact with the public, such as shops and beauty salons.  (See link for article)



The study found that 100% of small droplets of less than 20 micrometers got right around the face shield.

But that’s not stopping ‘authorities’ from tasing and arresting people that are even outside!

You may be thinking, “What’s the big deal? Just follow the rules and wear the mask.”

These rules are bogus and based on mythology.  COVID is a virus that laughs at masks, kind of like ticks laugh at the weather.  It’s tiny.  If people are that worried about getting sick – STAY HOME, but the rest of the world should be allowed to move on.  COVID isolation has caused enough devastation.

Face masks aren’t without negative side-effects and they were never intended to be worn all day long by everyone:

According to this, doctors in Turkey are warning against mask misuse as they can cause infections:

Important excerpt:

“In order to use those special masks the medical staff are trained and educated, so it is important that the masks are worn properly,” Azap said. “I see people wearing the N95 in planes and airports and I have never seen a single person wearing it right!”

Azap said due to the lack of masks, they are often reused for a few days and in some cases washed and worn again, which is the biggest invitation for infections. 

A developer of PPE, N95 masks also says they don’t work:

All the science on masks you could ever want or need:  Here we see mask usage didn’t help one bit and might have made things worse.

The CDC and WHO know they don’t work (just like they know Lyme can be a persistent infection but won’t admit it publicly):

But more importantly, our bodies were designed with an immune system that needs to be challenged.  We are tactile creatures that need to breathe, touch, and be touched. Living in a sterile environment actually predisposes you to allergies and other immune issues.

These Oxford scientists put it best:

Today, our bewildered Prime Minister and his platoon of inept advisers might as well be using the planets to guide us through this pandemic, so catastrophic and wildly over-the-top are their decisions.

We’ve returned to the Middle Ages.
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