It turns out that, when it comes to the Wuhan flu, sunlight is the best disinfectant

With Trump and his team announcing a plan for reopening America and suffering Americans starting to put pressure on their governments to allow businesses to re-open, Democrats are panicking and rightly so. This is going to be the summer of sunlight for them: Sunlight that kills the Wuhan virus and, if Attorney General Bill Barr and Inspector General John Durham have their way, sunlight that exposes the Democrats’ and Deep States’ attempted coup against President Trump.

Judging by the Democrats' political conduct of late, they think the Wuhan flu has benefits for them. They’re holding hurting Americans hostage in an effort to get their leftist policies enacted through the medium of a relief bill. They’re also hoping that a recession will hurt Trump because so much of his presidency has been premised on a strong economy. Ordinary people, however, would rather have jobs than play politics. That’s why we’re starting to see protests all over.

It's therefore time to share the fact that there is good news about the Wuhan flu. First, although mass social distancing and shutdowns may have not been the best approach, we can see that they’ve taken the pressure off of emergency rooms and given the medical community time to figure out better treatment options (e.g., hydroxychloroquine, Remdesivir, putting ventilated patients on their stomachs, and not using ventilators as much).

Also, Farr’s law gives us hope. Michael Fumento, after castigating the “expert” models, all of which have proven false, explains that there is one model that works:

The only “model” with any success is actually quite accomplished and appeared in 1840, when a “computer” was an abacus. It’s called Farr’s Law, and is actually more of an observation that epidemics grow fastest at first and then slow to a peak, then decline in a more-or-less symmetrical pattern. As you might guess from the date, it precedes public health services and doesn’t require lockdowns or really any interventions at all. Rather, the disease grabs the low-hanging fruit (with COVID-19 that’s the elderly with co-morbid conditions) and finds it progressively harder to get more fruit. 

So far, Wuhan Flu reflects Farr’s law, for it's playing out at a predictable rate that spells its imminent end.

And then there’s Trump’s prediction (or hope) that the virus will end as the weather warms. It also turns out his instincts about warm weather were correct. The Wuhan flu, like other coronaviruses, doesn’t like sunlight:

Government tests show sunlight rapidly destroys the CCP virus, according to a Department of Homeland Security science and technology report.

“Sunlight destroys the virus quickly,” the report states.

Researchers simulated sunlight and found it greatly increased the inactivation rate of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, a novel coronavirus that emerged from mainland China last year, on surfaces relative to darkness.

The half-life of the virus was 2 minutes with full solar intensity, or similar to New York City or the District of Columbia during a clear day on summer solstice.

“Sunlight reduced infectious virus to undetectable levels after just 3 minutes of exposure to the solar equivalent of midday sun on a sunny day in the middle latitudes of the U.S.,” researchers wrote.

Half solar intensity killed the virus in 3 minutes while quarter intensity, equivalent to a clear day at the end of February, inactivated it in 4 minutes.

Locking Americans inside as the weather warms is stupid. It’s time to set us free because sunlight is literally the best disinfectant.

Figuratively, sunlight is also a great disinfectant, and we’re going to see that as AG Barr and IG Durham expose the Democrats’ machinations and start prosecuting bad actors. We’ve already seen footnotes and interviews showing that the FBI knew that its justification for spying against Trump was garbage. More of that information is going to leak and some of it will be so bad that even a D.C. Grand Jury will find it almost impossible not to issue indictments.

Call me a cockeyed optimist, but I firmly believe that life in America is going to get better very quickly with a virus-less summer (followed by a vaccination), a resurgent economy, and a lot of perp walks in Washington.

With Trump and his team announcing a plan for reopening America and suffering Americans starting to put pressure on their governments to allow businesses to re-open, Democrats are panicking and rightly so. This is going to be the summer of sunlight for them: Sunlight that kills the Wuhan virus and, if Attorney General Bill Barr and Inspector General John Durham have their way, sunlight that exposes the Democrats’ and Deep States’ attempted coup against President Trump.

Judging by the Democrats' political conduct of late, they think the Wuhan flu has benefits for them. They’re holding hurting Americans hostage in an effort to get their leftist policies enacted through the medium of a relief bill. They’re also hoping that a recession will hurt Trump because so much of his presidency has been premised on a strong economy. Ordinary people, however, would rather have jobs than play politics. That’s why we’re starting to see protests all over.

It's therefore time to share the fact that there is good news about the Wuhan flu. First, although mass social distancing and shutdowns may have not been the best approach, we can see that they’ve taken the pressure off of emergency rooms and given the medical community time to figure out better treatment options (e.g., hydroxychloroquine, Remdesivir, putting ventilated patients on their stomachs, and not using ventilators as much).

Also, Farr’s law gives us hope. Michael Fumento, after castigating the “expert” models, all of which have proven false, explains that there is one model that works:

The only “model” with any success is actually quite accomplished and appeared in 1840, when a “computer” was an abacus. It’s called Farr’s Law, and is actually more of an observation that epidemics grow fastest at first and then slow to a peak, then decline in a more-or-less symmetrical pattern. As you might guess from the date, it precedes public health services and doesn’t require lockdowns or really any interventions at all. Rather, the disease grabs the low-hanging fruit (with COVID-19 that’s the elderly with co-morbid conditions) and finds it progressively harder to get more fruit. 

So far, Wuhan Flu reflects Farr’s law, for it's playing out at a predictable rate that spells its imminent end.

And then there’s Trump’s prediction (or hope) that the virus will end as the weather warms. It also turns out his instincts about warm weather were correct. The Wuhan flu, like other coronaviruses, doesn’t like sunlight:

Government tests show sunlight rapidly destroys the CCP virus, according to a Department of Homeland Security science and technology report.

“Sunlight destroys the virus quickly,” the report states.

Researchers simulated sunlight and found it greatly increased the inactivation rate of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, a novel coronavirus that emerged from mainland China last year, on surfaces relative to darkness.

The half-life of the virus was 2 minutes with full solar intensity, or similar to New York City or the District of Columbia during a clear day on summer solstice.

“Sunlight reduced infectious virus to undetectable levels after just 3 minutes of exposure to the solar equivalent of midday sun on a sunny day in the middle latitudes of the U.S.,” researchers wrote.

Half solar intensity killed the virus in 3 minutes while quarter intensity, equivalent to a clear day at the end of February, inactivated it in 4 minutes.

Locking Americans inside as the weather warms is stupid. It’s time to set us free because sunlight is literally the best disinfectant.

Figuratively, sunlight is also a great disinfectant, and we’re going to see that as AG Barr and IG Durham expose the Democrats’ machinations and start prosecuting bad actors. We’ve already seen footnotes and interviews showing that the FBI knew that its justification for spying against Trump was garbage. More of that information is going to leak and some of it will be so bad that even a D.C. Grand Jury will find it almost impossible not to issue indictments.

Call me a cockeyed optimist, but I firmly believe that life in America is going to get better very quickly with a virus-less summer (followed by a vaccination), a resurgent economy, and a lot of perp walks in Washington.