‘Now, imagine that this virus spreads so effectively because a large number of people who get it—perhaps even a majority of the people who get it—are asymptomatic carriers. Spreading it in ignorance of it.
Me. You. Us. We know now.
We can’t not know, unless we decide not to.’
‘We’ve arrived a point where ignorance is a choice. To ask for proofs of this old virus is to commit, as a first priority, to ignorance of things already known, in order to satisfy the temporary indulgence of our own convenience. And unchecked viruses compromise the whole system.’
Written by A. R. Moxon (a twitter thread) https://twitter.com/JuliusGoat
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