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HeroicTechnology

just SKIMMING through the article, I can already tell that this is one of those articles that ignores human behaviour and just says 'if people acted rationally, it'd be so much easier' it also adds a dose of 'people who do this are *better* than others' and other such moral grandstands that it's tough, but I must continue to say: we are continuously getting it wrong at every corner in Canada on messaging.


External_Use8267

The problem with the science is it totally ignores human behaviour. Humans can't survive isolated in caves years after years. So no science can make them follow any of these restrictions. They will socialize and spread.