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  • JedRothwell Replied to the thread Media/News/Video Library-No discussions please.

    Around July of this year, the number of people viewing my video fell. Recently I watched the video and discovered that YouTube is stuffing advertisements in front of it. I guess that is why fewer people are watching it. There does not seem to be a way to
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  • JedRothwell Reacted with Thanks to THHuxleynew’s post in the thread Covid-19 News.

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    And for some more transparency, you would not expect 3rd doses given so are to effect the transmission much - since that is primarily younger unvaccinated people, and 3rd doses tail off with age dramatically, with only 50% having…
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  • JedRothwell Replied to the thread Covid-19 News.

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    News reports say transmission is mainly from young people in Japan. Reports also say that young people are anxious to be vaccinated. It is still mainly by appointment, but a few unscheduled mass vaccination sites opened near…
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  • JedRothwell Replied to the thread Covid-19 News.

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    This effect is larger than you might think. Most vaccines are administered to babies and children up to age 15. That is by far the healthiest segment of the population, with the lowest death rates from all causes, including…
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  • JedRothwell Reacted with Like to THHuxleynew’s post in the thread Covid-19 News.

    Here is a proper scientific reply to the (proper scientific) but flawed preprint looking at VAERS data on myocarditis/pericarditis (where the signal is highest).

    https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/open-letter/

    A recent pre-print by Dr. Tracy Hoeg et al.
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  • JedRothwell Replied to the thread Covid-19 News.

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    It isn't skyrocketing anymore. That's what's going on.

    https://graphics.reuters.com/w…s-and-territories/israel/
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  • JedRothwell Reacted with Like to THHuxleynew’s post in the thread Covid-19 News.

    Since I'm not bothering to do repetitive replies now let me just summarise, for those not carried away by the sheer volume of clearly biased info posted here, here is comment on the prevailing themes:

    • ivermectin is good?: ecological evidence does not hold
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  • JedRothwell Replied to the thread Covid-19 News.

    I wrote:
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    Wyttenbach added a laughing face. He thinks that is funny. He thinks he knows better than the doctors and other experts who reviewed the 7,653 death certificates, autopsy, and medical records at the CDC. He himself has not
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  • JedRothwell Replied to the thread Covid-19 News.

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    They who? Who would do that? Who could? The stuff is no longer under patent. You cannot jack up the price of an unpatented drug for long. The competition will undersell you.
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  • JedRothwell Reacted with Thanks to THHuxleynew’s post in the thread Covid-19 News.

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    It is strange that the ivermectin fanatics trumpet dubious 3rd world politicians and corrupt Latin American political initiatives as evidence that every major Western country with a good regulatory system is wrong!

    Just because from all…
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  • JedRothwell Replied to the thread Covid-19 News.

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    To reiterate and clarify: All deaths must be reported to VAERS, and the reports must include death certificates, autopsy, and medical records. So, there is no hidden iceberg. There is no underestimation.

    Other, less serious adverse…
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  • JedRothwell Replied to the thread Covid-19 News.

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    You should trust them because they are right more often than non-experts, such as nitwits on YouTube and people who claim that ivermectin works, even though there is no quality clinical data. There is some good data for Remdesivir.…
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  • JedRothwell Replied to the thread Covid-19 News.

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    Not my judgement. Based on the judgement of epidemiologists in India. It is not a fairy tale. It is a misinterpretation of the data by doctors, who are not trained in epidemiology or statistics. There are many examples in the history…
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  • JedRothwell Replied to the thread Covid-19 News.

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    That is what all of the expert analyses of the VAERS data say, both inside the CDC (see below) and outside it. Actually, the ball is in your court. You will not find any expert analysis showing any deaths in the U.S. There were a…
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  • JedRothwell Replied to the thread Covid-19 News.

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    I read that. But I still don't see your point. Where is the problem? The hospitals and doctors are doing what they supposed to do. They are admitting patients who seem seriously ill. Whether they have COVID only, or some other…
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  • JedRothwell Replied to the thread Covid-19 News.

    (Quote from Shane D.)

    The way to to determine this is with a test. The determination is only wrong with a false positive, or false negative. If the test works correctly you can be sure the patients is infected (or not).

    Perhaps you are saying the children…
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  • JedRothwell Replied to the thread LENR vs Solar/Wind, and emerging Green Technologies..

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    That may be crude, but railway technology is extremely reliable and long-lived. Even if that is less efficient, it might work better and last longer than 35 years.

    Railcars last 25 to 50 years. Recently manufactured ones may last…
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  • JedRothwell Replied to the thread Covid-19 News.

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    Maybe this should tell you these studies are flawed. Have you looked closely? It is easy to diagnose COVID with high assurance. Doctors can usually tell by looking, and of course they always administer tests. The false positive rates…
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  • JedRothwell Replied to the thread Covid-19 News.

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    No, it has no antiviral performance. There is no clinical evidence that ivermectin has any effect on COVID, except for some substandard studies. The data from UP is so unreliable it is useless. In many districts, it shows no deaths at…
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