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Vax Death Spike


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2021 Jul 13, 11:13am   12,769 views  276 comments

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I downloaded a csv file from the CDC

https://data.cdc.gov/NCHS/Provisional-COVID-19-Death-Counts-by-Week-Ending-D/r8kw-7aab

I was curious about trends so I then downloaded the last six years of death data from the cdc and concatenated it into one file. I graphed it:


It was obvious that there was quite a spike from the corona virus (Blue Gray line) when I eliminated total deaths from the chart.


At this point I was curious if some of the other causes of death had gone down so I eliminated heart disease, cancer, and covid-19.

This is when I noticed the annual winter spike from flu and pneumonia was gone in 2020-2021. I also noticed the spike in "not elsewhere classified". I zoomed in and got this:


Logic using people can see there is a problem here.

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91   Onvacation   2021 Aug 8, 9:41am  

Onvacation says
It seems the Wuhan was introduced in New York City.


The CDC's numbers have a special column for New York City. I had to combine NYC and NY state to create this graph.
92   Patrick   2021 Aug 8, 11:22am  

Onvacation says
California has twice as many people as New York but just 20% more deaths.



More sunshine means more Vitamin D means less Fauci Flu.
93   Booger   2021 Aug 8, 11:23am  

Onvacation says
Onvacation says
Total Deaths from Wuhan Table

California has twice as many people as New York but just 20% more deaths.


Newsome wasn't putting sick people in to nursing homes. Cuomo killed a lot of people that way.
94   Onvacation   2021 Aug 9, 11:08am  

Top 5 most vaccinated states- Deaths from covid/Population
Vermont- 0.015%
Massachusetts- 0.179%
Hawaii- 0.019%
Connecticut- 0.214%
New Hampshire- 0.077%

Top 5 least vaccinated states- Deaths from covid/Population
Mississippi- 0.227%
Louisiana- 0.195%
Alabama- 0.211%
Wyoming- 0.082%
Idaho- 0.101%

Then there is New York and New Jersey
New York- 0.258%
New Jersey- 0.254%

Over all in the USA the covid death/ Population is 0.165%. The difference between the worst state New York with 0.258% and Vermont with 0.015% is statistically insignificant.
95   mell   2021 Aug 9, 12:43pm  

I would assume this is mostly related to general health. Unfortunately the southern states aren't known for healthy lifestyles amongst their citizens.
96   Onvacation   2021 Aug 9, 12:53pm  

mell says
I would assume this is mostly related to general health. Unfortunately the southern states aren't known for healthy lifestyles amongst their citizens.

Obesity seems to be a big comorbidity. The BBQ belt SHOULD be overrepresented from death due to a disease that targets the fat and sick.
97   Patrick   2021 Aug 9, 7:06pm  

@Onvacation Other people have also noticed the spike in "unclassified" deaths after the jab came out:



From https://gab.com/Curn
98   ForcedTQ   2021 Aug 9, 8:38pm  

Onvacation says
mell says
I would assume this is mostly related to general health. Unfortunately the southern states aren't known for healthy lifestyles amongst their citizens.

Obesity seems to be a big comorbidity. The BBQ belt SHOULD be overrepresented from death due to a disease that targets the fat and sick.


Pretty sure the BBQ belt is one in the same as the unvaccinated deplorable belt that the anointed ones feel are going to kill them,..
99   Patrick   2021 Aug 9, 8:53pm  

Onvacation says


Say Onvacation -

What is the area under that vaxx death spike?

That would be the number of Americans murdered by Fauci so far.

And far more in the rest of the world.
100   Onvacation   2021 Aug 9, 10:01pm  

Patrick says
What is the area under that vaxx death spike?

I didn't do the math but I estimated it to be about 40,000 deaths above and beyond normal.
102   Onvacation   2021 Aug 13, 10:59am  

Latest from CDC as of 7/31/2021
Rare disease: 2,573
Flu and Pneumonia: 399
From Covid: 1,910

There is good evidence that Covid-19 has supplanted the flu. A more virulent virus like the Wuhan will infect people that would have got the flu.



Lack of treating the Wuhan WAS a killer. Like I said before they are running out of sick people to kill while they are waiting for the healthy to die from the vax.
103   Patrick   2021 Aug 13, 11:32am  

Onvacation says
Lack of treating the Wuhan WAS a killer.


I agree that the criminal rejection of HCQ and Ivermectin among other proven helpful treatments resulted in many preventable deaths.
104   Shaman   2021 Aug 13, 4:07pm  

Onvacation says
Patrick says
What is the area under that vaxx death spike?

I didn't do the math but I estimated it to be about 40,000 deaths above and beyond normal.


I attempted the math just now. Using calculus would be the most accurate, but it’s been years since I’ve done that and a right triangle could be imposed on the data graph with a rough sort of equivalency. I put 1000 deaths as the baseline, so beginning in February and ending where the spike begins to trend downward again accounts for 121 days of (I assume) daily reporting. If it’s weekly reporting then these numbers are off by a factor of seven. Recalling that the area of a right triangle is the multiple of the two perpendicular sides, divided by half. We arrive at 142,780 deaths.
Anyone wanna check my method? That’s quite a few deaths!

105   Patrick   2021 Aug 13, 6:25pm  

Shaman says
If it’s weekly reporting then these numbers are off by a factor of seven.


@Onvacation Are the deaths in your graphs per day or per week?
106   Onvacation   2021 Aug 13, 7:24pm  

The CDC's numbers are weekly.

Shaman's numbers are too big.

However, I have been downloading the numbers from the CDC for months now and the numbers for older weeks do not match the newer weeks. I'll have to take a closer look.

The CDC may be manipulating numbers. (ya think).
107   Onvacation   2021 Aug 14, 11:48am  

I downloaded a new dataset from the CDC
https://data.cdc.gov/NCHS/AH-Monthly-Provisional-Counts-of-Deaths-by-Age-Gro/ezfr-g6hf

Here is the rare disease death count for children 0 to 4:



Notice that the curve stays pretty flat with a slight rise after the vaxxing started. This could be attributed to the anecdotal stories of vaxxed mothers' breastfeeding babies dying or lack of care because of the lockdowns. Historically the death rate from rare diseases, though tragic, remained stable.

Here is the rare disease death count for youth aged 15 to 24:



DON"T VAX YOUR KIDS! You are not protecting them from a disease that doesn't kill healthy people and you are exposing them to deadly short term effects and unknown long term effects.
108   Patrick   2021 Aug 14, 11:50am  

The CDC is murdering children.

I made a post out of this graph:

https://patrick.net/post/1340649/2021-08-14-the-cdc-is-murdering-children-at-an-exp
109   Onvacation   2021 Aug 14, 11:51am  

The CDC is probably murdering future generations as well.
110   Onvacation   2021 Aug 14, 11:53am  

Anecdotal: I know a young woman (age 27) that was excited to be pregnant with her first baby last year. Her baby daddy proposed, they got married and vaxxed. She had a miscarriage.
111   mich   2021 Aug 14, 12:07pm  

this is fucked up! https://1000covidstories.com/
112   Onvacation   2021 Aug 14, 12:46pm  

This data set ended in March. This chart, from a different dat set, shows the rare deaths for all from rare diseases.


I was too lazy to combine charts (going to the boat soon) so I filtered each age group and charted each individually.

Not much effect for old people:


If the jab were to kill them it was right away.

The jab ended life early for some of the elderly:



Retired folks suffered:


But saved on Social Security and pension costs.

People on the home stretch to retirement:



People in the prime of life:



And finally the youth:




The CDC has not updated this data since the beginning of the spike in "Rare Deaths".
113   Onvacation   2021 Aug 14, 12:57pm  

I noticed that the numbers didn't add up. When I summed up all of the "rare deaths" it totaled to 102,734 and that was just at the beginning of the spike. Something fishy is going on or I am making a mistake.

I would appreciate it if someone would download the data and doublecheck my numbers.

https://data.cdc.gov/NCHS/AH-Monthly-Provisional-Counts-of-Deaths-by-Age-Gro/ezfr-g6hf

Fuck the small craft advisory. I am going sailing.
114   Patrick   2021 Aug 14, 12:59pm  

Huh, that https://data.cdc.gov/NCHS/AH-Monthly-Provisional-Counts-of-Deaths-by-Age-Gro/ezfr-g6hf reports your viewing the page to Google via inclusion of googleapis.com and refuses to work without that spyware.

Could you email me the data @Onvacation ?
115   Onvacation   2021 Aug 14, 1:07pm  

Patrick says
Huh, that https://data.cdc.gov/NCHS/AH-Monthly-Provisional-Counts-of-Deaths-by-Age-Gro/ezfr-g6hf reports your viewing the page to Google via inclusion of googleapis.com and refuses to work without that spyware.

Could you email me the data Onvacation ?

Does that mean Google is spying on me? I'm SHOCKED!

Did you get and can you work with it?
@patrick
116   Patrick   2021 Aug 14, 1:08pm  

Yes, I got your email and can work with that .csv file. Thanks!
117   Patrick   2021 Aug 14, 1:14pm  

Onvacation says
I noticed that the numbers didn't add up. When I summed up all of the "rare deaths" it totaled to 102,734 and that was just at the beginning of the spike. Something fishy is going on or I am making a mistake.

I would appreciate it if someone would download the data and doublecheck my numbers.


Here are the columns from the .csv you sent:

Date Of Death Year
Date Of Death Month
HHSRegion
AgeGroup
AllCause
NaturalCause
Septicemia (A40-A41)
Malignant neoplasms (C00-C97)
Diabetes mellitus (E10-E14)
Alzheimer disease (G30)
Influenza and pneumonia (J09-J18)
Chronic lower respiratory diseases (J40-J47)
"Other diseases of respiratory system (J00-J06 J30-J39 J67 J70-J98)"
"Nephritis nephrotic syndrome and nephrosis (N00-N07 N17-N19 N25-N27)"
"Symptoms signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings not elsewhere classified (R00-R99)"
"Diseases of heart (I00-I09 I11 I13 I20-I51)"
Cerebrovascular diseases (I60-I69)
"COVID-19 (U071 Multiple Cause of Death)"
"COVID-19 (U071 Underlying Cause of Death)"
AnalysisDate
Note
flag_allcause
flag_natcause
flag_sept
flag_neopl
flag_diab
flag_alz
flag_inflpn
flag_clrd
flag_otherresp
flag_nephr
flag_otherunk
flag_hd
flag_stroke
flag_cov19mcod
flag_cov19ucod


Is this the one you're plotting as "Rare Disease Deaths per Month" above? :

"Symptoms signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings not elsewhere classified (R00-R99)"
118   Onvacation   2021 Aug 14, 1:17pm  

Patrick says
Is this the one you're plotting as "Rare Disease Deaths per Month" above? :

"Symptoms signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings not elsewhere classified (R00-R99)"

Yup. Seemed an appropriate name.
119   Onvacation   2021 Aug 14, 1:19pm  

Notice the cdc put R in front of (R00-R99) Kind of a catch all for diseases that wouldn't show up otherwise; "rare". I am pretty sure you would agree.
121   Patrick   2021 Aug 14, 3:02pm  

Let me know if you want queries on any of the columns given above.
122   Onvacation   2021 Aug 14, 9:54pm  

I remade the "rare death" by age group graphs by adding covid deaths. This shows risk vs benefit of getting the jab. Make your own analyses. (edit Charts say "by week" should be "by month")










123   Patrick   2021 Aug 14, 10:16pm  

Onvacation says
Make your own analyses.


@MartinKulldorff
10 Apr 2020
"Since COVID-19 operates in a highly age specific manner, mandated counter measures must also be age specific. If not, lives will be unnecessarily lost."


https://twitter.com/MartinKulldorff/status/1248617666308235264#m
125   Onvacation   2021 Aug 17, 7:53am  

There is a good explanation for lack of flu cases, virus supplantation. That's where a more virulent virus takes over from a less virulent virus. At least that's a story I heard.

Another theory is that masking worked so well that it stopped the spread of the flu. The proponents of this theory think masking should be an annual flu season thing, especially in election years.
126   RWSGFY   2021 Aug 17, 8:30am  

Onvacation says
There is a good explanation for lack of flu cases, virus supplantation. That's where a more virulent virus takes over from a less virulent virus. At least that's a story I heard.

Another theory is that masking worked so well that it stopped the spread of the flu. The proponents of this theory think masking should be an annual flu season thing, especially in election years.


CDC pretty mich admitted that PCR test doesn't distinguish between "covid" and flu viruses.
127   HeadSet   2021 Aug 20, 7:20pm  

Onvacation says
Another theory is that masking worked so well that it stopped the spread of the flu. The proponents of this theory think masking should be an annual flu season thing

I wonder how those people resolve that if masking stopped the flu virus, it should equally have stopped the Covid virus.
128   GNL   2021 Aug 20, 8:05pm  

HeadSet says
I wonder how those people resolve that if masking stopped the flu virus, it should equally have stopped the Covid virus.

Those people can't resolve 2+2.
129   Onvacation   2021 Aug 21, 4:13pm  

When the Vax is saturated the rare deaths drop.
130   Patrick   2021 Aug 21, 4:43pm  

I bet that that drop is not real.

It's just that they haven't published the full latest data yet.

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