There is plenty of evidence of asymptomatic transmission. Like I said, there are also evidently "super-virulent" asymptomatic carriers, people who infect a lot more than 2.3 people. There is also plenty of evidence of airborne transmission. What's funny is that pandemic playbook 101 suggests you assume a disease is transmissible through all methods and then gradually weed out the ones you find not to be effective means of transmission. That's why the very first CDC instructions to hospitals recommended airborne protocols where possible.You see what you are doing here right? You are ignoring the fact that there has been very little evidence of asymptotic transmission and actually going so far as to ignore evidence to the contrary... you see it right?
We have all been lied to about this disease, but not in the way most are trying to focus upon. All will be revealed. Massive, MASSIVE shit sandwich and everyone is going to have to take a bite. Some heads will likely roll too.
I don't ignore your article, but I do realize it's just not much in terms of supporting your position.