It’s been nearly a year now since I contracted Covid-19. It took me apart right good — nearly killed me. It took about 8 months to completely recover. It’s hard to believe, but now I have the body of a younger self, and a mind that is inexplicably powerful, with photographic memory.
The few competent coronavirus experts I know aren’t surprised by these claims of mine. Nothing about Covid surprises them. But non-scientists, like many of my readers on Medium, get really angry when I seem to be promoting Covid-19 (which I’m not).
The Covid came back two months ago. I got really sick — for two days. Then it was gone. Weird — it was really strange how it went away on one afternoon.
Why is the lay public so deeply invested in the horror of Covid-19? How can they be choosing to live in mortal terror . . . afraid of dying, of all things? That was always guaranteed.
Scientific justification for my arguments:
Viruses Can Help Us as Well as Harm Us
This year millions of people around the world have radically changed their way of life to avoid contact with other…
Listen to this — and remember, it’s coming from Scientific American:
“Biologists estimate that 380 trillion viruses are living on and inside your body right now — 10 times the number of bacteria . . . Scientists’ rapidly expanding knowledge makes it clear that we are not made up primarily of “human” cells that are occasionally invaded by microbes; our body is really a superorganism of cohabitating cells, bacteria, fungi and most numerous of all: viruses. The latest counts indicate that as much as half of all the biological matter in your body is not human.” *-(👽)-*