That's just a bunch of nonsense by people.

They're doing this nonsense just to make themselves look smarter. It means nothing.

All of this will be gone in a week or two anyways.

The good thing about mathematics is that everything has an objectively correct answer, though there are many correct ways to get that answer.

All of the articles I linked in my post are backed up by scientific evidence. If the models disagreed with the data than the mathematical model would be invalid and would have to be reworked if not discarded.

I will refute your last point in two weeks from now.

It's a 50/50 chance.

You get it or you don't.

Then, another 50/50

You die from it or you don't.

In the UK, an old man with pre existing conditions BEAT it. Elsewhere, a healthy 18 year old died from it. Even a 13 year old died.

Not necessarily. When someone come if contact with someone who has the virus their isn't necessarily.a 50/50 chance that the infected person will pass along the virus. The probability that an infected person passes the virus along to any one healthy person is called the transmission rate. Based on data a good approximation for the transmission rate for this virus is 20% -30%, far less than 50/50. The fatality rate for this virus is also less than 50/50. Data shows that the fatality rate for this virus increases with age. Based on your numbers, we can conclude that 50% * 50% = 25% of the population will die of the coronavirus, which we can conclude isn't reasonable.