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Follow-up 2 on "I HOPE there is nothing to see here ...
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[Edit: Added 24 Aug 10:10 —
The figure compares "First Dose, at least 21 days ago" to "Uncaccinated" in the .XLS file referencetable06072022accessible downloaded from the ONS Website -- see footnote 1.]
I did what I said I might do and looked at the ratio of the “All-Cause-Mortality-Rate” of Vax’d to Un-Vax’d for the ONS Datafor the past 17 month. The results are shown in the very beautiful plot below:
Figure 1. No, this is not an abstract modern-art picture I stole from a Museum, but perhaps I should try to sell it as an NFT? The plot shows the ratio of the All-Cause-Mortality-Rate of Vax’d/Un-Vax’d for people in the U.K. over the last 17 months. Open-Source LibreOffice Calc picked the colors. I chose the Font Size and Formatting!
Of course, one might just say that you can’t trust ANY numbers from ANY government. While I certainly don’t trust any numbers in Official Proclamations from governments (or Big Pharma) re CoVid-1984, the Climate Apocalypse, the Economy, or anything else, it could be that there are competent people in government agencies that tabulate believable DATA and publish them in non-official-proclamation form.
Steve Kirsch has found reason to believe [some portions of] the ONS data are unreliable.
I, of course, only looked at All-Cause-Mortality because I certainly don’t trust anyone’s numbers on “CoVid-Deaths”, and neither should you.
There are a number of tests one might do to test the quality of different portions of these ONS data, and I haven’t done any of them. In Steve Kirsch’s words (which I think he stole from someone else), it could all be GIGO (Garbage-In Garbage-out).
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The latest dataset from the ONS is titled ‘Deaths by Vaccination Status, England, 1 January 2021 to 31 May 2022‘, and it can be accessed on the ONS site here, and downloaded here.