The Scientific Benefit of Masking Kids at School Remains Unprovable


The headline was actually uncertain, but, the reality is the science is unprovable: unable to be demonstrated by evidence or argument as true or existing.

It cannot be demonstrated or verified. Read on.


At the end of May, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published a notable, yet mostly ignored, large-scale study of COVID transmission in American schools.

CDC study accessible here

A few major news outlets covered its release by briefly reiterating the study’s summary: that masking then-unvaccinated teachers and improving ventilation with more fresh air were associated with a lower incidence of the virus in schools. Those are common-sense measures, and the fact that they seem to work is reassuring but not surprising. Other findings of equal importance in the study, however, were absent from the summary and not widely reported. These findings cast doubt on the impact of many of the most…

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5 thoughts on “The Scientific Benefit of Masking Kids at School Remains Unprovable

  1. Maybe Mother Massachusetts is the same, but up here we’re beginning to see some grassroots dissent. Unguided, hackneyed, rudderless and clichéd as it is. Still, in a meeting way, it’s good to see. I understand VT, too, is beginning to show some marginal signs of popular dissent. I won’t hold my breath for ’76 2.0, but there might be opportunities for enterprising Dissidents to destabilise some narratives or introduce cognitive dissonance in attendants to things. If the Butterfly Effect can be relied upon, we might not know where the ripples of orthopraxy go.


    1. There are three communities, Quincy one of them, south of Bawstan where I am connecting with people that are informed about the Davos-deduced plan for acceleratonist, globalization of power consolidation, informed about Forever Wars defense/tech/energy/infrastructure/security firms that benefit from Talmudic bagel majacka and realize that White People “are being scapegoated by the media apparatus as “domestic Far-Right, neon-natzee , ..the women surprisingly are more emphatic in their expressions IRL with media. ..these women are shit-tiet liberals …3 of the women are open society, etc yet they refuse to accept the foot and coronavirus-

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      1. I’m not thoroughly shocked. A lot of women still have a mothering instinct left. It’s been warped and screwed with. But it’s there. I went to a protest in Lewiston a time ago. More than half the protestors were women. I’ve thought this awhile, but if we can negotiate women out of a position of arbitrary hostility towards even the gatekeepers to Right Dissident thinking (or whatever other keyword or slogan we might use) and put her in a position of passive indifference than our numbers will swell. Overnight, maybe. Men, I think, will go where the women are. How many witless, half-baked quasi-liberals married to social provacateurs do you know that are what they are because if they spoke up they’d be throwing away the key to the boudoir, as it goes? I don’t say that as a slight against women, I think most are driven to seek security. But the security blanket of Neoliberalism, Zionism, whateverism, is plainly no longer so safe. There might be big opportunities. Maybe.

        I forget, that Boston is a thing. There used to be a hotbed of Skinheads there whose work I followed. Even thought about trying to pack up and go. I think they went dark circa 2014. So I stayed. Maybe for the best, hindsight being what it is. 2020 was a helluva year. 😉

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    2. Quincy, parents with students in the public schools. School committee-esque meetings. Routine contact with police and fire (most of the men in those units are heavily opposed to the tyranny) and also making their presence known at Zoom-relegated city council meetings. It’s an active crew..some 80+ men and women, which is promising for I helped my friends there kick this off two weeks ago. Doing similar types of grassroots, non-hostile tactics in Plymouth and Bourne. Assistance is what I am providing. There are no crimes being committed. It’s raw dissent. Reminds us we are still alive.

      You mentioned Mannerbund to me in comments a few weeks back. I’ve been doing alot of reading of the articles there and the brotherhood you have shall grow, for you are putting up a clean fight. Standfast for your identity, liberty, morals and values. Uniting those that are compelled to do the same.

      European blood, fire and lightning do not surrender.

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      1. Good. I’m glad you’re able to get in there! Alive indeed. It’s also a poignant reminder. The last protest I saw was quartered at the Maine Bicentennial Parade. Real slice of life that. Good to get out from under my rock now and again and talk with people who don’t yet think even in a shadow of the way we do.

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