I RAN THE COVID NUMBERS
I am not a scientist nor a mathematician but I can do research and read. Run the numbers yourself, you decide what’s real! I have included links to pages from which I obtained the recorded numbers contained herein.
By Jim “Gymbeaux” Brown, October 26, 2020
WHAT ARE THE REAL COVID NUMBERS? The last numbers I have seen reported indicated that 1,500,000 people world-wide have died “supposedly” from COVID-19. I say “supposedly” because the actual number may be significantly different and even lower because people who die WITH underlying conditions are often counted as having died just FROM COVID. That aside, let’s assume that the starting date for these deaths was March 1, 2020 and that 1,500,000 people did in fact die from the disease. There are 266 days between March 1, 2020 and October 22, 2020. If you divide 1,500,000 by 266 days, you get 5,639 WORLD-WIDE deaths per day. Obviously, some days had more and some days less, it is just an AVERAGE for the people who are sticklers for details. Compare that to these numbers: 48,742 (N), 26,181 (N), 10,724 (N) 7,010 (I), 6,889 (N), 6, 514 (N), 4,887 (I), 4,300 (I), 3,753 (N) and the list goes on. What do these last numbers represent? The number represents the number of deaths on a daily basis and a specific cause of death all over the world. The (N) means that it was considered as non-infectious, or the (I) meaning it could be infectious. As of the October 26, the Internet indicates that there have been 225,000 COVID deaths in America. If you divide that number by 266 days you get an entirely different looking picture of the problem. That is 845 DAILY COVID-19 deaths per day just in America. 30% of all of those deaths occurred in just three states, New York, New Jersey and California. For comparison purposes only, in 2018, there were 36,560 car accident deaths which is about 101 per day in America.
You want to see the REAL NUMBERS broken down by the cause of deaths around the world, go to https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/05/how-many-people-die-each-day-covid-19-coronavirus/ The numbers are staggering but when you put everything into perspective, it makes you wonder why we have shut down the entire country to the degree we have when compared to all of the other causes and numbers of deaths that happen without so much as a mention.
MORE NUMBERS: According to the web site: https://ourworldindata.org/births-and-deaths approximately 55,000,000 people died throughout the world for a year. That equates to a daily rate of 151,098 per day. Keep in mind that is for the year 2019. Even if the number of COVID deaths reached 2,000,000 world-wide, and the 2019 number of 55,000,000 deaths remained constant, that would mean that the total number of deaths could reach 57,000,000 world-wide. It is only an estimate but logic should tell you the total numbers “should” increase. Do the math. 2,000,000 COVID deaths of 57,000,000 all-reason deaths, is .04% of the total just due to COVID-19. Personally, I am NOT convinced that all deaths listed as being FROM COVID actually WERE FROM COVID. Given that people with “underlying conditions” are far more susceptible to death from COVID, how many of those people may have died WITH the virus instead of BECAUSE of the virus? Just a question.
Is COVID BAD? Absolutely but is it that much worse than the number of people who die from annual flu? More importantly should governments be shutting down everything when it has been reported that 99% of people who contract COVID, RECOVER. I am NOT a scientist or a mathematician but even I can understand that the numbers appear to be fishy at best.
Here is another STAGGERING statistic. Overweight and obesity were associated with nearly 1 in 5 deaths (18.2%) among adults in the United States from 1986 through 2006, according to a study published in the American Journal of Public Health. Previous research has likely underestimated obesity’s impact on US mortality. https://www.medscape.com/answers/123702-11499/how-many-deaths-in-the-us-are-associated-with-obesity To put this into numbers, “the estimated number of annual deaths attributable to obesity among US adults is approximately 280,000 (that’s 769 people A DAY) based on HRs from all subjects and 325,000 based on HRs from only nonsmokers and never-smokers.” That is very similar to how many are expected to die from the COVID-19 virus and so few people actually care that many if not most of those deaths were in fact preventable. This fact was featured in Dr. Nicole Saphire’s book, Make America Healthy Again. She suggested that if we worked toward reducing/eliminating preventable deaths, we would save enough money to pay for everyone’s health care insurance costs with the savings! Here's the link for this info:
DRAW WHATEVER CONCLUSIONS YOU WISH.