“I wear glasses. So when we breathe on, you know the lenses and fogged them up. The moisture we’re getting on there, that’s the aerosol. Scientific studies before this pandemic have shown that low-cost masks. So we’re talking about surgical masks and the cough masks we’re wearing. These low-cost masks have pore sizes that range between 80 and 500 microns in size. So huge range, right? The diameter of the virus is one micron. The largest possible small droplets that comprise a typical aerosol and two viral particles is 62 microns in diameter. So I put that in perspective. The smallest pore size is 80. So that means the largest droplet coated with the virus can pass right through now. So let me see if I can show you this. We’ve been told to use up to three masks, so I’ve got one. And I shouldn’t even be able to get all these on because one thing is interesting, actually, my right ear kinda now is permanently deformed a little bit. It sticks out from my head more than the other one. Because of all the mask-wearing, but so let me put on here’s two masks. Here’s three. I’ll put on a fourth one. I don’t know if we’ll get the fifth one on. Okay, five masks. They’re three-ply surgical masks, so 15 layers and seal it around the mouth. If this is true and aerosols come through then, this should fog up. We’ll see. Can you see the fog? Now watch this. I made a cross. Can you see my eyes through that cross? So there’s so much moisture there that you can see. Look at that cross pattern. There’s so much moisture there. So I’m not gonna say anymore, right? All I’m saying I’m just pointing to the science. So this is crazy.” – Dr. Byram Bridle

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