The coronavirus pandemic? Don't panic!

 

Human history is full of infectious diseases that would leave tens of thousands and more dead. The coronavirus pandemic we are facing today might be a nature's mechanism to prevent overpopulation and therefore an almost sure extinction of the humanity. Infections spread violently, just like vampires, but we have many ways how to stop them. 

Till the last drop! is a book that employs mathematical models to evaluate different scenarios of infectious diseases and their impact on mankind. 

Get yourself a free copy of Till  the last drop (illustrate d)! Also available in eBook format (on Kindle), Till the last drop! can be read on your PC, smartphone, or tablet! 

 

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In 2018, scientists from the University of Cambridge and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine together with BBC Four launched a citizen science experiment in the United Kingdom (read more in the paper by Petra Klepac et al.). A smartphone app called 'BBC Pandemic' was created to record volunteers’ movements and selfreported contacts. The Big data was used to build and run a detailed model of how a pandemic would spread in the UK. Also check the exciting documentary ‘Contagion! The BBC Four Pandemic’.

COVID-19 started from bats.

Was it created in a lab?

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Coronaworld: tourism and the pademic

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"Till the last drop! for dummies" is the my new pet project. We explain how the infectious diseases (e.g. COVID-19) are spreading (just like vampires) without any difficult mathematics, formulae and graphs! The book will be available for download soon.

Vampires as a metaphor for infectious diseases? 

Check our a rticle in the "Annals of Improbable Research".