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- a figment of your imagination
I have 2 of these, and love them. (I can pass along a discount code if anyone wants one.)The masks stop most...they keep a sneeze from going 15 feet or your breath from going six feet. Most of the articles get stuck or are not spewed as a aerosol into someone else's face....
It loses the momentum and drops to the ground or sticks to other moist fibers in your mask...
I dont like them....i dislike breathing my exhaust. Hence I dont go on trains and planes or public transport and minimize my time in grocery stores
Yes! Please send Thx!I have 2 of these, and love them. (I can pass along a discount code if anyone wants one.)
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Who's body?Farting has advantage for the body..
I'd rather not be in a closed-in carriage where people are "blowing off" covid molecules.Who's body?
I'd rather not be in a closed-in railway carriage where people are "blowing off"
Yep.In any case, the point is "what is a smell?"
Isn't it tiny particles/molecules?
Cloth filters out particles.Cloth does not filter out smells, so I question the efficacy of cloth masks in reducing transmission.
I think of Japan. There it's good manners to keep your germs to yourself, mask-wearing has been the norm for years...re people coughing and spluttering, it is good manners to use a handkerchief.
I don't favour a society in which it becomes the norm to wear a mask.
Yes, cloth filters out particles, but in the case of being in a 'closed-in' railway carriage, it makes little difference.Cloth filters out particles.
Cloth is better than nothing in filtering out larger, complex molecules, like covid, but is not so efficacious against relatively tiny molecules that trigger smell sensors.
But I think the virus needs the aerosol droplets to survive. The virus is transmitted by such 'body fluids' and cannot live alone in air?
We are doing our best and remain committed to our agreements - zero carbon by 2070. India is one of the lowest creators of per capita carbon. The problem is with rich nations.What a pity..
What about climate-change .. is carbon-trading "the best we can do" too?
Who said anything about which nations are mainly to blame?We are doing our best and remain committed to our agreements - zero carbon by 2070. India is one of the lowest creators of per capita carbon. The problem is with rich nations.