posted on Apr, 19 2020 @ 07:25 AM
a reply to: Bloodworth
Dumping plane loads of chemicals won't help places like NYC at all. The problem in many major cities are the subways and buses, i.e. public
They may "disinfect" them at night, however, I have been in subways and city buses. By mid-morning they are cesspools of filth and garbage. Bodily
fluids like spittle, spit, urine etc. are all over surfaces on public transportation in the cities.
This is exactly why NYC is in the shape it is in. Tens of thousands if not millions are crammed into these petri dishes of epidemics waiting to
blossom every single day.
You can disinfect by air, you can disinfect the public transport at night. But by mid-morning they are back to the cesspools of disease they were to
In NYC and many other downtown areas, on the streets one can not walk without being inches from another persons face. Spittle, spit, urine and
sometimes feces litter the streets inviting plagues and disease by mid-day, even if the streets are cleaned.
It is obvious you are taking your life in your own hands by living or working in a major city these days. This is the lesson of COVID 19. Live in,
work in, visit a major city, expect to catch a horrid disease and possibly die. Take public transit in these cities and expect to become ill very
quickly. Air bombing the cities with chemicals to disinfect will not take away the realities of life in a major city, where possible plague and
epidemic are daily realities.