The Covid-19 Data is a ‘Travesty’, by Insight History

Here’s a bet you don’t want the other side of at any odds: As soon a Covid-19 vaccines start, death and case rates start coming miraculously down. From Insight History at off-guardian.org:

How the UK and US Covid Death Data is Inflated

Although people have tragically died from Covid-19, the way the Covid-19 death data is recorded in many countries around the world has produced, and continues to produce, an inflated death toll. This inflated death toll has then been, and continues to be, used by fascist-style bureaucracies, in conjunction with scientific priesthoods, to terrify the general public into obedience.

Correlation Does Not Equal Causation

One of the most basic laws of statistics is that correlation does not equal causation. Although this may sound complicated, it’s not. It simply means that just because there is a correlation between two variables, or to put this another way, a close relationship between two things in the world, this does not mean that one thing is causing the other thing to happen.

A third factor may be causing the correlation that is observed for instance. As an example, there is usually a correlation in many countries between cold weather and people buying more goods in shops, or online, but this increase in buying is not caused by cold weather. Instead, it is caused by the Christmas period, when people spend more money, and it just happens to be the case that the weather is usually cold in December in many parts of the world that celebrate Christmas. So, even though there is a correlation between cold weather and increased buying patterns, cold weather does not cause increased buying patterns, but the Christmas period causes people to buy more goods.

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2 responses to “The Covid-19 Data is a ‘Travesty’, by Insight History

  1. Apparently the AMA has reversed its position and now it is OK to use hydroxychloroquine. Trump leaving White House a factor?
    https://vladtepesblog.com/2020/12/15/the-gradual-shutdown-of-the-hydroxychloroquine-scam-ban-now-that-it-succeeded/

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  2. I wouldn’t take the other side of that bet.

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