Monthly Archives: March 2020

Day Fourteen of Orca in Switzerland – Simulating An Epidemic

This morning I watched the Simulating an epidemic and it’s interesting. The person is not an expert. He played with various models to show how epidemics spread over a period of time when variables such as infectiousness, social distancing, quarantining and other variables are implemented. If one hundred percent of people self-isolate then the duration… Read More »

Day Thirteen of Orca in Switzerland – Reaching Goals

Life during a Pandemic is quite the existential challenge so reaching goals is good. Today I walked the last two kilometres to reach the March challenge goal of walking 298.8Km. In ordinary times this would be a great achievement but during a pandemic, it’s even more interesting. Although it might seem superficial to reach such… Read More »