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cb1111

Newbie
Location
Virginia, USA
Rickety literally believes that a mask could kill a child.
They all love to cite that early study on masks but conveniently overlook this paragraph:

It is essential to note that the mechanisms of person-to-person transmission in the community have not been fully determined. Controversy remains over the role of transmission through fine-particle aerosols (3,46). Transmission by indirect contact requires transfer of viable virus from respiratory mucosa onto hands and other surfaces, survival on those surfaces, and successful inoculation into the respiratory mucosa of another person. All of these components of the transmission route have not been studied extensively. The impact of environmental factors, such as temperature and humidity, on influenza transmission is also uncertain (47). These uncertainties over basic transmission modes and mechanisms hinder the optimization of control measures.
 

JC_451

Autocross Champion
Location
NJ
Car(s)
2017 GTI Sport
Lots if people imagines the virus as an invisible gaseous cloud that surrounds and seeps into your mask through the sides or directly through the weave since it's so small.
 

GTIfan99

Autocross Champion
Location
FL

zrickety

The Fixer
Location
Unknown
Car(s)
09 GTI
But you did a zrickety,

zrickety's particular brand of logic. 😷

Rickety literally
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She was saying that masks cause brain damage. As I walked by I said "lady, that ship has already sailed"
I think you pwned yourself on that one.
 

zrickety

The Fixer
Location
Unknown
Car(s)
09 GTI
Ah, you've stumbled into the anti-mask paradox. The anti masker simultaneously believes that masks block so much airflow that they will give you brain damage AND they do nothing to limit the airflow that could contain the virus.
I'll give you a great analogy. You may have seen the mosquito through a chain link fence reference, I have another one. We have a drainage ditch in the back yard, the neighbors rain water is directed through it. We had wood privacy fence there, with a big opening at the bottom. We put a a large metal grid there to keep the dogs from getting out. I'm talking like 4" squares. Yes, water normally goes through it. But it when it rains really hard (think breathing hard or rapidly) the water was restricted and it pushed so hard it knocked over the whole fence. It snapped 4x4 posts. This is what happens with kids or anyone exerting themselves. Athletes fall down, people get headaches, @cb1111 gets brain damaged, etc. They get CO2 retention or trapping, this has been proven. Some clown performing surgery in 65 degree climate controlled room is not going to exert themselves like this. Now consider all the debris that is much larger (like a virus) than water (like air) but still goes right through that fence. Some gets trapped, but not the bulk by any means.
 

Chogokin

Autocross Champion
Location
So Cal
Car(s)
GTI Sport | Audi A3
Ah, you've stumbled into the anti-mask paradox. The anti masker simultaneously believes that masks block so much airflow that they will give you brain damage AND they do nothing to limit the airflow that could contain the virus.

I guess all those athletes that train in those O2 restriction masks must have very few brain cells left.
 

IanCH

Autocross Champion
Location
MA
Car(s)
'20 GTI
Again rickety outs himself as a moron by using an already poor analogy then comparing an incompressible fluid to a gas.
 
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