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Operation Uplift Projects
That's where you're reading this!
The Campfire Wiki is going to take a tremendous amount of work. Documenting the COVID-19 pandemic and other events is a serious task, akin to climbing Mt. Everest for two years with tens of millions of Karens screaming at you and police chasing you because you should be quarantined in your home for not wearing a second facemask while having less than fourteen injections of something nobody knows all that much about, yet.
It takes time to learn how to contribute to a wiki. Remember to ask questions in the Telegram group. Working together can accomplish great documentation, which allows the world to leverage our efforts.
Operation Uplift's goals are primarily educational in nature.
Operation Uplift Campfire.Wiki (you are reading it now)
We strive to develop and continually update this wiki with all things CoVid related. This includes providing tools relevant to research (useful data sets, online research tools and thought organization tools); keeping on top of the latest pre-published and published studies, current events and data; analyzing the latest data and reporting responsibly. As a group with diverse backgrounds: medicine, mathematics, data analysis, media, legal, information technology, digital design, education, critical thinking and art; we work both as a group and as individuals to sift, congeal and document information
Operation Uplift Substack
Viral Absurdities emerged from a pair of articles at the Rounding the Earth substack to document the many absurdities of the COVID-19 pandemic, and lay them plain for others to view all together and shed cognitive dissonance.