moderates suck wrote:
the data are a bit muddy, sure. And not even sure what you mean by 'hotspot theory.'
I'll point out that I was among the first to start talking about the topping out of Italy...that country has had roughly the same daily deaths and new case counts for a week. Looking at the data my way showed that develop.
Now the data are showing the entire italy - france - spain group as a whole starting to form a top.
This is useful.
If you don't know what it means you should definitely stop using it, you invented it as away to argue this was only a problem in select areas, I can bump your posts if you like.
a) I reserve the right to be wrong from time to time
b) You really don't have to be a total ashhole. It's not required.
c) denying that this disease currently has hotspots is an exercise in stupidity. And the view that every area will be Lombardy or NYC in a few weeks is pure guesswork and might be countered by data elsewhere.