You already know from twitter that Bill Gates is the one who invented covid to then microchip us all with fake vaccines.
Well, I don’t know if irony works in emails….
And I don’t know if you’ve ever been on social networks.
It’s unbelievable the things that are said there.
What is true is that Bill Gates not only warned that covid was coming.
But he puts a lot of money and work every day to fight infections in poor places.
In the midst of the lockdown, he was interviewed by the founder of TED.
And you know what was very striking?
What was very striking is that, as much as the TED guy gave him a hard time like:
– Bill, you saw this coming and nobody listened to you?
The other one only answered on the positive side:
– Well yes. We could have seen it before. But what is important is that they are making great vaccines and soon we will all be drunk in bars again. No problem.
I don’t know if you realize how hard that is.
How difficult it is to have the brain programmed to think only in positive, in the possibilities.
I don’t know if you are aware that the people who do that are the ones who do well.
I’m not telling you this as esoteric bullshit about the power of optimism.
I tell you this because when you tell someone that now with a machine you can take out all the variables of a medical record, you can automatically see two opposite reactions.
Those who say:
– Wow, the number of patients and variables you can get out of there. That’s a mine.
And those who say:
– But with how badly doctors write, there will be a lot of missing data there.
It is an incredible polarization.
And the point is not that they are not both right.
The point is that what usually happens a year later is that those who said the first thing have already published in journals of at least first quartile.
And those who said the second thing…. those are still in the cafeteria talking about who will be the next manager.
Which, hey, it’s totally fine.
There’s got to be a bit of everything.
If you are one of those who see the database half full and not half empty, to publish with a fraction of the effort, it is here.