Discussion in 'Parramatta Eels' started by Tooooks, Mar 15, 2020.
My god, what is that monstrosity?
Not looking too flash for Sweden
Quote of the year
"It astonishes me. I think they were caught up in their own bullshit." - Professor David Goldsmith, the lead author of a paper published by the UK's Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine.
bullshit is such an accurate medical term
He appears to be a kidney specialist. No training in anything relevant I can see. He also doesn't understand that antibodies wane quickly, so if you test for them months after the pandemic you will only find low levels. Anyone that speaks about herd immunity like he does doesn't know what he's talking about. Or is just lying.
Put the politics aside because it looks like they've been got at by the Build Back Better mob, and even put 'cases' and supposed Covid-19 deaths aside, because all that can be manipulated. There's nothing unusual happening there for this time of year.
So your opinion is better than theirs, or should i say your data is better than theirs? Why can only you be right when you argue?
It's not my data. You can access all the same stuff I can. And you can point out anything I got wrong. You're also free to believe whatever you like.
Couldnt you say the same about most of the opposing posts in this thread?
Isnt the whole thread pretty much a, my scientists (and unqualified analysts) are better than your scientists, in all directions?
Which to me says, even a year on, there is very divided opinions on all this.
It's only showing up until March by the looks?
If that's the case, it's really rather meaningless as far as covid deaths go
The title says July. Given you can see the sharp rise and fall I'd say it's correct. The numbers on the bottom seem to be about three years apart, so the next one won't be added until 2023.
Ok, so half of the year, enough to capture a lot of the first "wave", but nothing of what's been unfolding for the last few months
Seems a bit premature to be making any kind of call on that data alone yeah?
Pretty sure Korny was pointing out the hypocrisy.
It captured all of first wave. You can also check excess mortality on OWID. I think it's up to mid November. And I posted a graph just above. I'm not making a call or prediction.
Yeah, like I said, it pretty much gets in the first wave, but nothing of what's been happening since .
From your above graph, which comes from .....
You can run through the countries and see that's quite a bit.
As an aside, New Zealands graph is interesting, women have done exceptionally well through winter, men not so much.
What's been happening since (and before) is lower than normal mortality. I've seen other information that suggests there won't be many if any excess deaths there this year. And I can guess at the New Zealand thing. The overall Australia info is maybe interesting too. And the US seems to be back to normal.
What's good for the goose.
Is the Australia data there right? ... what is Australia DCD? ... dipshit cockface deadshits?
That suggests even victoria's f**kup never got us up to average .... we should cut off the world more often
Captain Smug is getting even smuggier.
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