Age Inversion?

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  • Mon, Oct 25, 2021 - 12:58pm

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    drsharp

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    Age Inversion?

So periodically I go look at the CDC’s COVID Data Tracker to see the macro-trends. It also helps when I see the MSM flatulating about bad things (“Delta is baaaad!”) and then I see the data show that it’s really not (even the data from the CDC, my “less than trusted source”. hehe).

Anyway, today I see this: from: https://covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker/#demographicsovertime

Covid 'cases' since the beginning

What struck me as interesting just now… this last “wave” (Aug – now) seems to have some age inversion. Notice that the younger ages (under 18) which are all yellow-ish lines, were the LOWEST in the Apr 2020 – Jul 2021, but then they are now the highest for this spike. At the older ages: 65+ (pink & maroon lines) were high but now are the lowest.

This could be just the nature of things that the older population already had covid as a general rule so it’s less per 100,000, but I do wonder. The tin foil part of me wonders if these “cases” are actually vaccine-induced side effects/sicknesses because we know that the AEs seem to have an inverse age relationship to Covid (namely: covid is more likely the older you are, whereas vax side effects seem more likely the younger you are).

Anyway, I welcome any thoughts/insights here.

-Dan

  • Mon, Oct 25, 2021 - 01:21pm

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    Paradoxes in the reporting of Covid19 vaccine effectiveness.

This article shows how difficult it is to truly evaluate all cause deaths during the vaccine rollout.

https://www.normanfenton.com/post/paradoxes-in-the-reporting-of-covid19-vaccine-effectiveness

And more claims:

https://probabilityandlaw.blogspot.com/2021/09/all-cause-mortality-rates-in-england.html

  • Mon, Oct 25, 2021 - 02:07pm

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    Age Inversion?

But 0-4 didn’t rise with the others. Could it be school and testing in schools?

  • Mon, Oct 25, 2021 - 03:23pm

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    Age Inversion?

Well “cases” by their definitions are anyone who tests positive with covid. Since they basically stopped testing anyone who was vaccinated or gave them a much lower cycle threshold it stands to reason that only younger groups are testing positive for covid and thus the pandemic will affect younger and younger people as they essentially stop testing their way out of good data.

There’s a work event for me coming up in which the unvaccinated will all need to be tested, but the vaccinated simply need to show their vax pass. This means that only the unvaccinated will be proven covid free prior to it, but also they are the only ones contributing to the overall statistics. Zero evidence supports this policy, but still the empty heads confidently persist. The fewer unvaccinated test positive or fall ill the more under control the virus appears to be. “THANK you BRANdon! 👏👏    👏👏👏”

  • Tue, Oct 26, 2021 - 10:47pm

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    Age Inversion?

The tin foil part of me wonders if these “cases” are actually vaccine-induced side effects/sicknesses because we know that the AEs seem to have an inverse age relationship to Covid (namely: covid is more likely the older you are, whereas vax side effects seem more likely the younger you are).

This is an interesting claim, but Dr Malone and McCullough both seem to have argued otherwise, I think based upon the VAERS and other data.  At least mortality wise, both have argued that it is the elderly who are most frequently dying from the covid vaccines.  This is why Malone argues that he cannot recommend the vaccines even for the high risk by age (the elderly).  Their risk goes up from the vaccines just as it goes up from Covid.

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