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    • Tue, Jan 26, 2021 - 11:13pm

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      DaveDD

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      Reply To: VAERS: System Temporarily Down

    Hi Davefairtex,

    Remarkable find indeed. Some basic probabilistic calculations show that this “streak” of deaths is extremely unlikely*. Either there is a change towards reporting only deaths, or there is indeed a higher risk of death…

    Grts, Dave

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    * The 95% confidence interval for the “probability of a single death”, 148 deaths, 7804 records, is (0.015, 0.023). Assuming that each entry is independent from the previous entry, the probability that this streak is purely random is smaller than (27 choose 24) x 0.023^24 = 1.4E-36, that is, indistinguishable from zero.

     

     

     

    • Thu, Jan 14, 2021 - 10:48pm   (Reply to #9)

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      Sweden’s Milestone

    Hi tpb,

    I followed the posts from nyhetersverig from the start because I like any kind of dissident, even if I do not agree. The issue in Sweden is not that they took a different course, but the fact that they lied about it, and that they actively sacrificed elders by withholding treatment. A couple of months ago nyhetersverig posted an article in Swedish about elders not being fed anymore and left alone to suffocate. I followed up on this by starting to read Swedish media outlets. There were several reports about this.

    I think that this is a scandal beyond imagination that will have severe consequences for politicians and “experts”. With all the knowledge we had as of June last year, I thought, and still think that lockdowns are not needed at all: high doses vitamin D, zinc, ivermectin, (synthetic) quinine, etc would reduce impact with a factor 10 at least. It is one thing that our governments are somehow withholding and combating information about cheap highly effective supplements and treatments. It is something completely different if at the same time certain groups of people are left to die without any care at all…

    • Thu, Jan 14, 2021 - 02:28pm

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      Sweden’s Milestone

    Hi Blaggers,

    Swedens death count has a lag of at least a week. If you keep track of the numbers for a couple of weeks, you’ll notice that the numbers of two weeks ago are still changing!

    Grts, Dave

    • Sun, Dec 27, 2020 - 01:13pm   (Reply to #11)

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      DaveDD

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      What studies are available on D vitamin and Covid?

    Hi tpb,

    “The study was relatively low powered with only 449 COVID-19 positive individuals. A potentially severe limitation is that vitamin D levels were determined ten years prior to the COVID-19 diagnosis.” (source)

    I do not think that it is fraudulent, but linking vitamin D levels of 10 years ago to a virus infection now is just bad science, actually, it’s not science at all, it’s a joke.

    grts, Dave

     

     

    • Fri, Dec 25, 2020 - 03:16pm

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      DaveDD

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      PM Daily Market Commentary – 12/23/2020

    Hi Dave,

    everything you say makes a lot of sense to me. I did try yo read up on our friendly nurse; I have the suspicion that she is actually “leadership material”, not just “manager material” and that she volunteered so that others might follow. I also think that she is reasonably independent, if she really experienced side effects, I wouldn’t be surprised if she questioned her own decision, this could also explain her radio silence (in other words, we do  not know anything).

    I might not agree with her decision to trust these people with rather steep financial incentives  that could cloud their decision making capabilities, but I do understand it: she “talks the talk and walks the walk”… contrast  this to the Dutch CEO of Pfizer Netherlands. On the question if the employees would get the vaccin his answer was “no, we need everybody”…W T F, the stupid journalist just accepted this answer.

    So, I agree it is somewhat suspicious, but time will definitely tell. If she did die, more will follow, and because the braniacs decided to test the vaccin on critical personnel, what could possibly go wrong… Apart from that, PEG is really something one want to avoid, especially in nanoparticle form.

    Grts, Dave

    • Thu, Dec 24, 2020 - 01:46pm

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      DaveDD

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      Hmmm, rumors🧐

    Hi Dave et al,

    Two possibilities: she did die, as I suspect most people want her to because “bad bad vaxxers”, or, she and her family do not like to be owned by people they do not know “that b***h did not answer my question: she must  be dead”, as far as I know someone has still the right not to engage in any social media activity.

    Time will tell.  Before April 2021, tens of millions of people will have received the mRNA vaccins. If it turns out to be a short term disaster, we will all notice it because medical staff will be impacted, leading a diminished capacity of healthcare: that cannot be swept under the carpet. If it is a mid or long term disaster, we will also notice because medical staff will be impacted, leading to a, oh, I just noticed that I’m repeating myself…

    Every other generation knows the feeling of deep, deep dispair. Apart from personal mishap, there is the “X” factor in our history: world wars, famine,  pandemics, tyranny. We were not alone, we are not alone, and we will not be alone in this. I truly hope that you all still have a wonderful Christmas and a great year end.

    Grts, Dave.

     

    • Fri, Nov 27, 2020 - 08:25pm

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      DaveDD

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      U.S. statistics: things that make me go hmmm

    Hi all,

    Explain this to me: why do EU countries report massive excess deaths in general (source), while according to the report, the US doesn’t?

    Either the mortality in the US is already excessive, or the writer of the article used incorrect data, or the US data is incorrect.

    The population of the EU is around 445 million, versus 329 million in the US (source). Number of deaths per year per million inhabitants in the EU is typically ~ 11.000 (source), and around 8700 in the US (source). However, the life expectancy in the EU is ~ 81 years, while it is around 79 years in the US.

    According to these average statistics one could conclude that in the EU we are more likely to die, but we live longer as compared to the US. I’m not sure if I made a mistake: wrong data, Simpson paradox? Maybe someone could check. If I didn’t make a mistake, I would deeply mistrust the US statistics, and there is something larger to worry about…

    I actually hope I’m wrong in this. Take care, Dave.

     

    • Fri, Nov 20, 2020 - 08:00pm

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      Re: Pfizer Vaccine 90% efficacy. I doubt it.

    You might be right Nordicjack. Check out this “Rapid response” (source). According to the author, the NNTV, number needed to vaccinate equals 256.

    Grts, Dave

    • Sat, Oct 24, 2020 - 02:07pm

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      NAC might be beneficial after all

    Hi tpb,

    Interesting information! I ordered some CDC. Unfortunately it arrived when I was ok again. Otherwise I would have experimented with it also (indeed making sure that no vitC was taken with it). I now have it at home. I tried it just for fun: it is utterly disgusting imo.

    grts, Dave

    • Fri, Oct 23, 2020 - 10:26pm

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      NAC might be beneficial after all

    Of course NAC is beneficial. It is a precursor of glutathione, the mother of all antioxidants. Maybe not as a preventative measure, but for sure to reduce impact, and most probably, not in the standard dose of 600mg. The focus on mortality and avoidance is imo extremely myopic. People tend to forget that 10% to 15% of the mild cases will have long term damage. High doses of antioxidants while ill will for sure reduce the damage. My personal experience (N=1). On my worst day I took over 150 grams of vitamin C, without bowel problems. Now I can take no more than 5 grams. Somewhere in my body that vitamin C was “consumed”. What kind of damage would have been occured without those antioxidants? I also took 4000mg of NAC per day…

    In this case where we know that the worst case outcome is death, or, potentially long term damage, the old adage is true: “if it doesn’t kill you, it will make you stronger.”

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