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    the article was about them spreading it. not dying of it.
    Exactamundo

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    Nothing but a goose to get the 5-11 crowd to bug mother & father to get shot.
    Yup

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    Salvadorian man forgets he posted this:
    car crashes are not a airborne transmissible disease

    Man destroyed his own point that it was a spot on comparison
    I didn't forget anything. How is that a contradiction?

    Also, you brought up car crashes to a covid response, are you saying bolivarian man was wrong?

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    Norway had severe lockdowns until recently:
    https://www.reuters.com/world/europe...wn-2021-07-28/

    Denmark did too, and also have a "corona passport":
    https://www.politico.eu/article/denm...n-coronavirus/

    And Sweden didn't go that route and it shows:
    Sweden has recorded more COVID-19 cases per capita than most countries so far: Since the start of the pandemic, roughly 11 out of every 100 people in Sweden have been diagnosed with COVID-19, compared with 9.4 out of every 100 in the UK and 7.4 per 100 in Italy. Sweden has also recorded around 145 COVID-19 deaths for every 100,000 people — around three times more than Denmark, eight times more than Finland, and nearly 10 times more than Norway.
    https://www.businessinsider.com/swed...th-rate-2021-8

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    The CDC contradicted the 5X more protection CDC study you posted later that day.

    https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019..._1635539757101
    That's a brief, not a study. Link the study.

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    I'll explain: cherry picked "Past week"

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    Perfect timing to escape to Florida
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    Florida ranks #8 in most deaths per capita in the US from COVID...

    erm... I mean, go ahead

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    Fauci owns Rand Paul again, ya hate to see it...

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    Florida ranks #8 in most deaths per capita in the US from COVID...

    erm... I mean, go ahead
    Per capita is not a good breakdown when we all know the virus impacts demos at very different rates.

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    Per capita is not a good breakdown when we all know the virus impacts demos at very different rates.
    Present a better metric then. It's certainly way better than totals, which don't account for population nor demographics.

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    The sly, knowing reference to differential impact. Per capita doesn't tell you what it means for whitey.

    you racist son of a

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    Present a better metric then. It's certainly way better than totals, which don't account for population nor demographics.
    I don't have a source for the data. I've seen an age group graphic of Florida vs another state in the past that highlighted this to me. I'm just stating per capita isn't a good measure imo. I know it's the best figure that's easily attainable. You can proceed however you'd like.

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    The sly, knowing reference to differential impact. Per capita doesn't tell you what it means for whitey.

    you racist son of a
    I could see the point of demos in old vs young people. I mean, that distribution would need to be substantially different across States (dubious), but let's pretend in the case of Florida it happens to be.

    It still doesn't explain how Mississippi and Alabama are #1 and #2 respectively, and if there's a better metric, bring it.

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    Well, we can always look at the oldest population by State to look how different it is:

    https://www.prb.org/resources/which-...re-the-oldest/

    Looks to be an average difference of ~5% for people 65 and older...

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    I could see the point of demos in old vs young people. I mean, that distribution would need to be substantially different across States (dubious), but let's pretend in the case of Florida it happens to be.

    It still doesn't explain how Mississippi and Alabama are #1 and #2 respectively, and if there's a better metric, bring it.
    Nathan89 is who he is.

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    I could see the point of demos in old vs young people. I mean, that distribution would need to be substantially different across States (dubious), but let's pretend in the case of Florida it happens to be.

    It still doesn't explain how Mississippi and Alabama are #1 and #2 respectively, and if there's a better metric, bring it.
    If you look at general health in these states you will start explaining a lot of that. My quick search ranks those two states as 1 and 3 for fattest states in America.

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    If you look at general health in these states you will start explaining a lot of that. My quick search ranks those two states as 1 and 3 for fattest states in America.
    I hear you. Obesity is definitely a factor. Affects nearly 42% of all Americans.

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    The link and full article was posted a few pages back.

    https://brownstone.org/articles/a-re...unity-studies/


    Martin Kulldorff (born 1962, Lund in Sweden), is a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical Schooland a biostatistician at the Brigham and Women's Hospital.[2] He serves on scientific advisory committees to the Food and Drug Administrationand the Centers for Disease Control.[1][3]

    Kulldorff developed a free SaTScan software program used for geographical and hospital disease surveillance as well as a TreeScan software program for data mining. He is the co-developer of the R-Sequential software program for exact sequential analysis.[5][non-primary source needed] However, his key scientific contribution is the development of the statistical and epidemiological methods that are used in the software. These methods include spatial and space-time scan statistics, the tree-based scan statistics and various sequential analysis methods.[6][

    Kulldorff is a member of the scientific council for drug safety and risk management at the Food and Drug Administration,[1] and a member of the Centers for Disease Control's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices.[3]

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_Kulldorff


    Read that. Not a medical doctor.

    Still, he has sufficient training to opine on study design.

    I found it funny that infowars was the first thing that popped up in my search. That says volumes about the political agenda behind this.

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    If you look at general health in these states you will start explaining a lot of that. My quick search ranks those two states as 1 and 3 for fattest states in America.
    Chicken Nathan makes an appearance.

    Probably not to answer the question "Is slavery evil?" like every other non-chicken human being.

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    I don't have a source for the data. .
    You never ing do. That would worry most people, but I am guessing you... not so much.

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    Man Europe is getting torn up again with Covid it’s going to be a terrible Winter for them dealing with rise in Covid and huge increase in Energy bills.

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    So edgy

    I wonder if the mortician can get that permanent marker ink off

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    Covid News: Biden Aide Tests Positive for Coronavirus
    https://www.nytimes.com/live/2021/11...ariant-vaccine

    Biden WH is a festering cesspool of disease

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    Covid News: Biden Aide Tests Positive for Coronavirus
    https://www.nytimes.com/live/2021/11...ariant-vaccine

    Biden WH is a festering cesspool of disease

    Didn't that twice vaxxed + boosted, human freckle, Psaki get it?

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