COVID-19 Corona Virus - How You Can Prepare

14 Mar 2020 12:46 - 14 Mar 2020 12:49 #31 by ScienceChic
From Jeffco Public Schools:
Good evening. An email, text, and phone call are going out now to families and the community now with an update for our Remote Learning and Work Plan next week. Please be patient; the system is sending to over 150,000 people and it takes time to cycle through. The information is also on our website: jps.news/RemoteLearn . Enjoy your weekend, Jeffco.

Beginning Monday 3/16 until Friday 3/27, “Grab and Go” meals will be available for collection for Breakfast (8:00-9:00) and Lunch (11:30 - 12:30) at these locations (Monday-Friday only):
- Arvada K-8
- Colorow Elementary
- Conifer High
- Edgewater Elementary
- Foothills Elementary
- Lasley Elementary
- Parr Elementary

Families and students can go to any of these locations to collect meals. We will also be donating perishable foods and working with our local food banks in order to mitigate the community impact of missing food services in schools. Additional school distribution locations will be added as needed.
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A partir del lunes 16 de marzo hasta el viernes 27 de marzo, habrá alimentos disponibles para llevarse para el desayuno (8:00 a 9:00) y para el almuerzo (11:30 a 12:30) en los lugares anteriormente mencionados. Las familias y estudiantes pueden ir a cualquier de estas ubicaciones para recoger las comidas. También vamos a donar alimentos perecederos y vamos a colaborar con nuestros bancos de alimentos locales para mitigar en la comunidad el impacto de la falta de servicios alimentarios en las escuelas. Se agregarán distribución de alimentos escolares cuando sea necesario.

From Clear Creek County:
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) - last updated 3-13-2020
Clear Creek County Public Health
Crystal Brandt, RN
(303) 670-7545

If you have general questions about COVID-19, please contact:
Colorado Help Line
(303) 389-1687
1-877-462-2911

COVID-19, also known as the Coronavirus, is a novel (new) respiratory disease that originated from Wuhan City, Hubei Peninsula, in China. The disease has been detected outside of China, and cases have been confirmed in Colorado.

On January 30, 2020, the International Health Regulations Emergency Committee of the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the outbreak a “public health emergency of international concern” (PHEIC). On January 31, 2020, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex M. Azar II declared a public health emergency (PHE) for the United States to aid the nation’s healthcare community in responding to COVID-19. On March 11, 2020 WHO publicly characterized COVID-19 as a pandemic.

For the most up to date information, please visit the CDC website.

What are the symptoms?

COVID-19 symptoms include mild to severe respiratory illness with fever, cough, and difficulty breathing. Read more about COVID-19 symptoms from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

A much smaller percentage of cases are severe and involve pneumonia, particularly in elderly people and people with underlying medical conditions.

Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure. Seek medical advice if you develop symptoms, and have been in close contact with a person known to have COVID-19.
Should I get tested?

If you have symptoms of COVID-19, first CALL your health care provider, clinic, or hospital. Your provider will give you instructions on whether you need to be tested and on where to go to for care and testing.

You may also call Clear Creek County Public Health to determine if you need to be tested for COVID-19. You can reach Crystal Brandt, RN at (303) 670-7545.

If instructed to seek care, follow the precautionary advice of the medical provider BEFORE going into any health facility. For more information, review CDPHE’s testing criteria.
How does COVID-19 spread?

The virus that causes COVID-19 is spreading from person-to-person. The virus is thought to spread mainly through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes. These droplets can land in the mouths or noses of people who are nearby or possibly be inhaled into the lungs.

Maintain social distancing about 6 feet between yourself and anyone who is coughing or sneezing. When someone coughs or sneezes they spray small liquid droplets from their nose or mouth which may contain a virus. If you are too close, you can breathe in the droplets, including the COVID-19 virus, if the person coughing has the disease. It is also very important to disinfect surfaces to kill any virus that might be on a surface or object.

We don’t know how the illness will unfold in Colorado or Clear Creek County. We also don’t yet know exactly how or how easily COVID-19 can spread between humans, but likely it spreads like other coronaviruses — mostly through coughing and sneezing or close personal contact.

"Now, more than ever, the illusions of division threaten our very existence. We all know the truth: more connects us than separates us. But in times of crisis the wise build bridges, while the foolish build barriers. We must find a way to look after one another as if we were one single tribe.” -King T'Challa, Black Panther

The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it. ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is. ~Winston Churchill
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15 Mar 2020 17:08 #32 by MountainTownAlerts


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CDPHE strongly advises all visitors and residents of Eagle, Summit, Pitkin, and Gunnison counties to minimize social contact

DENVER, March 15, 2020: Due to extensive spread of COVID-19 in a number of mountain resort communities, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) strongly recommends that anyone who lives in or has visited those communities in the past week minimize their contact with other people, in order to reduce the spread of the virus.

Anyone who has been in Eagle, Summit, Pitkin, or Gunnison counties in the past week should minimize all contact with other people, whether or not they are experiencing symptoms.

If you are experiencing symptoms (cough, fever, and shortness of breath), you must be isolated for at least 7-10 days after the onset of symptoms. It is only safe to leave isolation if your symptoms are improving and you don't have a fever for 72 hours immediately prior to the end of your isolation. Isolation may be longer for individuals who have more severe illness or who work in high-risk occupations like health care.

Community transmission is likely increasing across the state, so these measures are important to implement everywhere but are particularly urgent for residents and visitors of mountain communities that are already experiencing high rates of community transmission.

CDPHE recommends that residents and visitors of the affected communities take the following actions:

Stay home or in a comparable setting as much as possible:

Work from home if possible; if you can’t work from home, maintain at least 6 feet of distance between you and your coworkers or customers.

Only go to public spaces for necessities such as groceries and the pharmacy.

Continue healthy, non-group activities like walking, hiking, jogging, cycling and other activities that maintain distance from other people.

Don’t gather in group settings.

Avoid mass gatherings.

Maintain distance (approximately 6 feet or 2 meters) from others.

If you need to travel, use a private vehicle instead of taking buses, rideshares, flights, or other transportation that puts you in contact with other people.

Continue to operate critical business functions, such as delivery of goods and operation of businesses, with social distancing and additional safety measures in place.

Currently, there are at least 18 positive COVID-19 cases from people who have spent time in Eagle County, 13 in Pitkin County, 6 in Gunnison County, and 3 in Summit County.* Many additional tests are pending, and it is likely there is sustained community transmission of COVID-19 in these areas.

County public health and emergency management agencies will provide more detailed guidance for residents and visitors within their communities. The general guidance from CDPHE is as follows:

If you live in Colorado and are leaving one of these communities, you should minimize contact with other people for 14 days and watch for the development of symptoms like cough, fever, and shortness of breath.

If you are visiting Colorado from out of state and do not currently have symptoms (cough, fever, and shortness of breath), you can return home and practice social distancing there.

If you have symptoms, stay where you are, isolate yourself from others, and call a health care provider or nurse line before seeking care. Do not fly. Do not use public transportation or ride-shares.

“We’re seeing extensive outbreaks in these communities,” said Rachel Herlihy, State Epidemiologist, CDPHE. “We are asking people to take this voluntary action to slow the spread of the disease in Colorado and keep people safe. If we do this now, our hope is that we can slow down the spread of this virus and lessen the potential stress on our health care systems and workers.”

Certain people are at higher risk of getting very sick from COVID-19, including:
  • Older people (over age 60), especially those over 80 years.
  • People who have chronic medical conditions like heart, lung, or kidney disease, or diabetes.
  • Older people with chronic medical conditions are at greatest risk.
Everyone should continue to take the following actions to protect themselves and those close to them:

Practice social distancing:

When possible, increase distance between people to six feet to help reduce spread.

Don’t shake hands. Instead, bump fists or elbows.

Do not attend public gatherings.

Frequently and thoroughly wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.

Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash, or use your inner elbow or sleeve.

Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.

Stay home if you’re sick, and keep your children home if they are sick.

Clean surfaces in your home, and personal items such as cell phones, using regular household products.

Continue to stay up to date by visiting colorado.gov/cdphe/2019-novel-coronavirus.

*Note: These numbers reflect both Colorado residents and out-of-state visitors who tested positive in these counties. The CDPHE Case Summary counts positive cases for residents of those counties separately from out-of-state visitors.
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El Departamento de Salud y Medioambiente de Colorado recomienda fuertemente a los residentes de los condados Eagle, Summit, Pitkin y Gunnison a minimizar el contacto social

DENVER, Marzo 15, 2020: Debido a la extensa transmisión del COVID-19 en una gran parte de las comunidades de las montañas, el Departamento de Salud Pública y Medioambiente de Colorado, recomienda estrictamente que cualquier persona que viva o haya visitado esas comunidades durante la semana pasada, a minimizar el contacto con otras personas, con el fin de reducir la transmisión del virus.

Cualquier persona que haya estado en los condados Eagle, Summit, Pitkin o Gunnison durante la semana pasada, debe minimizar el contacto con otras personas, estén presentando síntomas o no.

Si está presentando síntomas, (tos, fiebre o dificultad para respirar) debe de aislarse por lo menos de 7-10 días después de la aparición de los síntomas. Es solamente seguro dejar el aislamiento si sus síntomas no están presentes y si no tiene fiebre 72 horas antes de terminar con su tiempo de aislamiento. Aislamiento debe de ser mayor para las personas que tienen enfermedades más graves o que trabajan en lugares de riesgo como el cuidado de salud.

La fase de transmisión comunitaria está incrementándose en todo el estado, así que estas medidas son importantes para todos, pero son particularmente urgentes para residentes o visitantes de las comunidades de las montañas donde ya se han presentado altos índices de transmisión comunitaria.

El Departamento de Salud y Medioambiente de Colorado recomienda que los residentes y visitantes de las comunidades afectadas, tomen las siguientes acciones:

Quédese en casa:

Trabaje desde casa si es posible; si no puede quedarse en casa, manténgase a 6 pies de distancia entre usted y sus compañeros de trabajo o clientes.

Solamente vaya a lugares públicos para las necesidades más importantes como compras de comida o farmacias.

Manténgase saludable caminando, corriendo, en bicicleta u otras actividades que los mantienen alejado de otras personas.

Evite juntarse con grupos grandes de personas.

Evite eventos masivos.

Mantenga su distancia (aproximadamente 6 pies o 2 metros) de otras personas.

Si necesita viajar, use un vehículo privado en lugar de autobuses, evite viajes compartidos, vuelos u otro tipo de transportación que lo pone en contacto con otras personas.

Continúe con la operación importante de sus negocios como la entrega de productos, con distancia social y medidas de seguridad apropiadas.

Actualmente hay por lo menos 18 casos positivos de COVID-19 en personas que han pasado estado en los condados Eagle, 13 en Pitkin, 6 en Gunnison y 3 en el condado Summit. *Muchas pruebas adicionales están pendientes y es muy probable que haya transmisión sostenida en la comunidad de COVID-19 en esas áreas.

Los departamentos de salud de cada condado y agencias de emergencia darán instrucciones para los residentes y visitantes en las comunidades. La guía general del Departamento de Salud y Medioambiente de Colorado es el siguiente:

Si usted vive en Colorado y estuvo en alguna de estas comunidades, debe minimizar el contacto con otras personas por 14 días en casa y debe monitorear si desarrolla síntomas como tos, fiebre y dificultad para respirar.

Si esta visitando Colorado, viene fuera del estado y no está presentando síntomas, puede regresar a casa y ahí practicar distancia social.

Si usted presenta síntomas, quédese en donde esté, manténgase aislado de otras personas y contacte a su proveedor de cuidado médico antes de acudir a la clínica u hospital. No viaje en avión, no use transporte público ni comparta un vehículo al trasladarse.

“Estamos viendo brotes extensos en esas comunidades,” así lo dijo Rachel Herlihy, Epidemióloga del estado. “Le pedimos a las personas que tomen esta acción voluntaria para disminuir el contagio de la enfermedad en Colorado y mantener a la población segura. Si hacemos esto ahora, esperamos poder disminuir la transmisión del virus y disminuir el estrés potencial en nuestros sistemas de salud y de los trabajadores”.

Ciertas personas están en mayor riesgo de enfermarse de COVID-19:

Personas mayores (arriba de 60 años), especialmente arriba de 80 años.

Personas con condiciones médicas del corazón, pulmón, riñón o diabetes.

Personas mayores con condiciones médicas crónicas se encuentran en mayor riesgo.

Todos deben continuar con las siguientes indicaciones para proteger a sí mismos y a los suyos.

Distancia social:

En lo posible, incremente la distancia entre personas a 6 pies.

No salude de mano, hágalo con puños o codos.

No vaya a lugares públicos donde se congregan grandes cantidades de personas.

Frecuentemente y cuidadosamente lave sus manos con agua y jabón por lo menos 20 segundos. Si agua y jabón no están disponibles, hágalos con un desinfectante de manos que contenga un 60% de alcohol.

Cubra sus estornudos y al toser con una pañuelo desechable y tírelo a la basura. Cúbrase con su codo al toser o estornudar.

Evite tocarse nariz, boca y ojos con las manos sin lavar.

Quédese en casa si está enfermo y lo mismo para sus hijos.

Limpie las superficies en su casa y artículos personales como celulares con productos de limpieza que tenga en casa.

Actualizaciones en colorado.gov/cdphe/2019-novel-coronavirus.

*Nota: Estos números representan a los residentes de Colorado y residentes fuera del estado que dieron positivo COVID-19 en esos condados. En esta página CDPHE Case Summary se encuentran los casos positivos de los residentes de esos condados separados de los visitantes fuera del estado.

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15 Mar 2020 17:29 #33 by ScienceChic
From MaryPat Dewald:
Be Well N.O.W. (Nurses on Wheels) will be making house calls as needed through Evergreen Nursing Services. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or leave message at 303-674-WELL (9355). We will also be incorporating Compassionate Companion Care, Meal Preparation, and other services to keep folks at their Optimal Health and Wellbeing. Be Well, Live Well, Stay Well!

Sharing with permission from Kiki Williams:
“You can help by canceling anything that requires a group gathering. You can help by not using the medical system unless it is urgent. You can help by staying home if you are sick. You can help by cooking or shopping or doing errands for a friend who needs to stay home. You can help by watching someone’s kid if they need to cover for someone else at work. You can help by ordering take-out from your local restaurants. Eat the food yourself or find someone who needs it. You can help by offering to help bring someone’s college student home or house out-of-town students if you have extra rooms. You can help by asking yourself, “What can I and my family do to help?” “What can we offer?” You can help by seeing yourself as part of something bigger than yourself.”

"Now, more than ever, the illusions of division threaten our very existence. We all know the truth: more connects us than separates us. But in times of crisis the wise build bridges, while the foolish build barriers. We must find a way to look after one another as if we were one single tribe.” -King T'Challa, Black Panther

The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it. ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is. ~Winston Churchill

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15 Mar 2020 18:42 #34 by ScienceChic
CDC recommends that for the next 8 weeks, organizers cancel or postpone in-person events that consist of 50 people or more throughout the U.S.
www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/commun...dy-for-covid-19.html

Guidance as of 3/15/2020

Large events and mass gatherings can contribute to the spread of COVID-19 in the United States via travelers who attend these events and introduce the virus to new communities. Examples of large events and mass gatherings include conferences, festivals, parades, concerts, sporting events, weddings, and other types of assemblies. These events can be planned not only by organizations and communities but also by individuals.

Therefore, CDC, in accordance with its guidance for large events and mass gatherings, recommends that for the next 8 weeks, organizers (whether groups or individuals) cancel or postpone in-person events that consist of 50 people or more throughout the United States.

Events of any size should only be continued if they can be carried out with adherence to guidelines for protecting vulnerable populations, hand hygiene, and social distancing. When feasible, organizers could modify events to be virtual.

This recommendation does not apply to the day to day operation of organizations such as schools, institutes of higher learning, or businesses. This recommendation is made in an attempt to reduce introduction of the virus into new communities and to slow the spread of infection in communities already affected by the virus. This recommendation is not intended to supersede the advice of local public health officials.

"Now, more than ever, the illusions of division threaten our very existence. We all know the truth: more connects us than separates us. But in times of crisis the wise build bridges, while the foolish build barriers. We must find a way to look after one another as if we were one single tribe.” -King T'Challa, Black Panther

The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it. ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is. ~Winston Churchill

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16 Mar 2020 13:35 #35 by ScienceChic
President Trump and Coronavirus Task Force Hold News Conference:
www.c-span.org/video/?470396-1/president...ombating-coronavirus

The White House Coronavirus Task Force held a briefing with reporters.

"Now, more than ever, the illusions of division threaten our very existence. We all know the truth: more connects us than separates us. But in times of crisis the wise build bridges, while the foolish build barriers. We must find a way to look after one another as if we were one single tribe.” -King T'Challa, Black Panther

The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it. ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is. ~Winston Churchill

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16 Mar 2020 21:07 #36 by ScienceChic
Jefferson County Public Schools
March 16, 2020

Dear Conifer High School families,

As you are probably aware, there is an expanding global outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) coronavirus, named COVID-19. COVID-19 is spreading in Colorado and impacting our community. We are reaching out because there has been a presumptive positive case of COVID-19 within the Conifer High School system. This means your child may have been exposed to a positive case of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). As a result, your child has been identified by Jefferson County Public Health (JCPH) as a person with a potential risk of contracting COVID-19, which warrants self-monitoring of symptoms. Please see the ​CDC website​ for direct guidelines on how to assist your child in monitoring symptoms over the next 14 days.

If JCPH determines upon their investigation of this case, that your child has been in close, direct contact with this person who tested positive for COVID-19, your family will be notified directly by them. If they determine your child has not been in direct contact with this person, you will not hear from them, and will only receive this letter as notification.

For general questions about COVID-19, community members can contact ​.

We encourage you to learn more about COVID-19. The links below will take you to two excellent CDC handouts:
1. What You Need to Know​ – provides an overview of COVID-19 and a simple approach to prevent the spread (​https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downloads/2019-ncov-factsheet.pdf​)
2. What To Do If You Are Sick​ – provides guidance a the sick person who believes they might have contracted the virus ( www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downlo...nCoV-fact-sheet.pdf​ )

This is a rapidly evolving situation. You can stay up to date by visiting the following websites:
· Jefferson County Public Health:​ ​https://www.jeffco.us/3999/Coronavirus-Disease-2019-COVID-19
· Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment:​ ​colorado.gov/cdphe/2019-novel-coronavirus
· Center for Diseases Control and Prevention:​ ​https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

Thank you,
Jeffco Public Schools
and Jefferson County Public Health
For all other general questions about COVID-19, community members can call CO-HELP at 303-389-1687 or 1-877-462-2911, or email ​.​ for answers in English and Spanish.


"Now, more than ever, the illusions of division threaten our very existence. We all know the truth: more connects us than separates us. But in times of crisis the wise build bridges, while the foolish build barriers. We must find a way to look after one another as if we were one single tribe.” -King T'Challa, Black Panther

The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it. ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is. ~Winston Churchill
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17 Mar 2020 20:41 #37 by ScienceChic
FOOD SERVICE - LOCATION UPDATES AND REMINDERS:

Now through Friday, March 27 - Breakfast: 8 - 9am and Lunch: 11:30a - 12p
Grab and Go meals are available at no cost to all children 18 years and younger at:
Arvada K-8
Alameda High - NEW, BEGINS THURSDAY, 3/19
Colorow Elementary
Edgewater Elementary
Foothills Elementary
Lasley Elementary
Parr Elementary
Wayne Carle Middle - NEW, BEGINS THURSDAY, 3/19
Welchester Elementary - NEW, BEGINS THURSDAY, 3/19
West Jefferson Elementary
Wheat Ridge High - NEW, BEGINS THURSDAY, 3/19

Please do not come to locations if you are sick. In case of severe weather, locations will not operate.

ScienceChic wrote: From Jeffco Public Schools:
Good evening. An email, text, and phone call are going out now to families and the community now with an update for our Remote Learning and Work Plan next week. Please be patient; the system is sending to over 150,000 people and it takes time to cycle through. The information is also on our website: jps.news/RemoteLearn . Enjoy your weekend, Jeffco.


Beginning Monday 3/16 until Friday 3/27, “Grab and Go” meals will be available for collection for Breakfast (8:00-9:00) and Lunch (11:30 - 12:30) at these locations (Monday-Friday only):
- Arvada K-8
- Colorow Elementary
- Conifer High
- Edgewater Elementary
- Foothills Elementary
- Lasley Elementary
- Parr Elementary

Families and students can go to any of these locations to collect meals. We will also be donating perishable foods and working with our local food banks in order to mitigate the community impact of missing food services in schools. Additional school distribution locations will be added as needed.
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A partir del lunes 16 de marzo hasta el viernes 27 de marzo, habrá alimentos disponibles para llevarse para el desayuno (8:00 a 9:00) y para el almuerzo (11:30 a 12:30) en los lugares anteriormente mencionados. Las familias y estudiantes pueden ir a cualquier de estas ubicaciones para recoger las comidas. También vamos a donar alimentos perecederos y vamos a colaborar con nuestros bancos de alimentos locales para mitigar en la comunidad el impacto de la falta de servicios alimentarios en las escuelas. Se agregarán distribución de alimentos escolares cuando sea necesario.


"Now, more than ever, the illusions of division threaten our very existence. We all know the truth: more connects us than separates us. But in times of crisis the wise build bridges, while the foolish build barriers. We must find a way to look after one another as if we were one single tribe.” -King T'Challa, Black Panther

The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it. ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is. ~Winston Churchill

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18 Mar 2020 11:31 #38 by Mountain-News-Events
Jefferson County teen helps create website offering babysitting, tutoring during COVID-19 outbreak
By: Ivan Rodriguez, Denver Channel 7 | Mar 17, 2020

Arvada West High School junior, Madison Taylor, created a website for families to find volunteer babysitters and tutors.

"As of right now, I have around 20 babysitters, maybe 25, and then 10 tutors," Taylor said.

Already serving about 10 families, Taylor says most of the volunteers are also students who are healthy and showing no symptoms of coronavirus.


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18 Mar 2020 18:18 #39 by Blazer Bob
An Effective Treatment for Coronavirus (COVID-19)

FWIW. Sorry if already posted. I have not been following this thread.

docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vTi-...eocFHAVjIL-7deJ7/pub

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18 Mar 2020 19:24 #40 by ScienceChic
A caution with that source you cited Blazer Bob, this is the disclaimer at the bottom of it:

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It is not a peer-reviewed paper published in a scientific journal. Treat is skeptically as such.

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The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it. ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is. ~Winston Churchill

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