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    There's evidence that sometime around March there was a mutation that made the virus substantially more effective at infecting cells. It didn't change the likelihood of causing illness once infected or the severity of the illness, it just made it have a higher chance of causing an infection with exposure. This could be why it exploded in Italy then in New York.

    Fortunately, it looks like that mutation doesn't make it any less susceptible to the vaccines being developed. But it's entirely possible that a mutation could occur that does negate the effects of the current vaccine candidates, or that makes the virus much more deadly. The more active cases of infection there are the more opportunities there are for it to mutate, which is one of the least recognized reasons for taking aggressive measure to keep the numbers as low as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witzendoz View Post
    Our state has planes flying people in and out work who are on bi-weekly shifts sometimes up to 1200 miles away, its still within our state so no borders crossed. Remember Adelaide the closest city to us is a 2.5hr flight away.

    People can cross our border and come in but are isolated for 2 weeks before they can go out.
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    Yeah i remember the planes in the air were all over Australia. Lots of them. But there weren't any over the sea. So that would explain it.

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    Flight tracker can be deceptive. When you look at a country, it often seems like the sky is totally full of planes. It's not until you zoom in that you see how few and far between they actually are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gecko zzed View Post
    Flight tracker can be deceptive. When you look at a country, it often seems like the sky is totally full of planes. It's not until you zoom in that you see how few and far between they actually are.
    That is true and on the confusing ones which came over our place the other day leaving vapour trails behind them. These didn't show up on the Flight Tracker. So perhaps military ones do not get tracked?

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    If a plane is visible, but does not appear on the flight tracker, I discovered this:

    "First, the aircraft may not be fitted with an ADS-B transponder, meaning it is not compatible with our receiver network. Second, if the aircraft is fitted with a Mode S transponder and not visible, it may be flying in areas with little or no MLAT coverage. Third, the aircraft might be flying outside of our network in areas where we have little or no ADS-B coverage. Fourth, the aircraft may be blocked in our system by the owner or operator."

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    Quote Originally Posted by gecko zzed View Post
    If a plane is visible, but does not appear on the flight tracker, I discovered this:

    "First, the aircraft may not be fitted with an ADS-B transponder, meaning it is not compatible with our receiver network. Second, if the aircraft is fitted with a Mode S transponder and not visible, it may be flying in areas with little or no MLAT coverage. Third, the aircraft might be flying outside of our network in areas where we have little or no ADS-B coverage. Fourth, the aircraft may be blocked in our system by the owner or operator."

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    That took all the interest out of it now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orson View Post
    That took all the interest out of it now
    I don't know. Think of it as confirming the existence of chemtrail spreaders. That should revive interest.

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