Scientists making some strides towards being both accurate and relevant, while Plejaren information is months ahead
b) Also atmospheric and climate-related factors contribute to the infection by the coronavirus, as well as the transmission through the air, however, which is not to be understood to mean that the air, that is to say, the atmosphere is impregnated with the pathogen of the rampantly spreading disease, but that it is transferred from person to person via the air if the distance between them is too small. Therefore it is important that in every situation and especially while talking, that is to say, communicating, a sufficiently large distance of about 1.5 to 2 metres is maintained from one human being to another human being. This is due to the fact that, while breathing and speaking, breath-wisps are emitted and also exhalation droplets are exuded which float through the air and are inhaled by persons that stand too close and who therethrough become infected.
More Details on Airborne Transmission
The airborne nature of the transmission was first published on this blog on February 25th:
“It can be transmitted from person to person as well as through the air, that is to say, the breath or through clothing, etc.”
There’s even more, very extensive and still largely unknown, information about airborne transmission, etc., linked from this March 16th blog.
Speaking of science catching up, here’s our newest press release:
And here’s the latest interview with some of our fellow spitiual teaching people:
The Way to Live
Humankind doesn’t have the faintest idea regarding what life’s all about and how to live it. Consider this your personal sanity and survival system.