And stillbirths, too
Great job buddy. I have a follow-up analysis on this work that I am working on. Might be worth sharing when done. :) Will answer in email thread when done.
Striking when you see jabs plotted with deaths.
In order to improve my chances of survival I've turned 50 in early 2021. It was getting hot in the 40-49 age-band.
Seriously, great work!
Horribly tragic.Great statistics. Thanks
Very clear. One would have to be [wilfully] blind not to see the obvious in this. One small curiosity the deaths in 0-14 before the jabs seem to excessively LESS than expected [deficit. way into the green] ... any reasons why this was so?
So tragic. Thank you Josh.
Such a good analysis, Josh.
I preemptively like Guetzkow posts. I'll get around to reading this in due time.
And what method did the professors use to calculate XS deaths? If necessary I will download and read the attachment.
Regarding all-cause mortality, in the US, a confounding factor was the payments from the governments to hospitals. Those payments required a specific protocol for COVID-positive patients that banned certain treatments, including off-label use of many drugs and intravenous administration of vitamin D. If doctors treated patients differently than the prescribed protocol, the hospital did not receive the COVID funding. In addition, hospitals were paid extra if they put patients on ventilators. Were there similar COVID-specific incentives in Germany?
This may come across as negative. That is unintended.
The .pdf suggests that mortality fell for the over 80's in 2020 and 2021 vs 2016, 2017, 2018. Really?
Some indication of the vaccination rates would be useful to compare Germany with other countries, ie more jabs may suggest higher excess deaths.
A breakdown by age and best estimate of the German population would be useful to others. I saw that this data was well referenced in the bibliography, but seeing it in the paper would remove any doubt about the baseline. I note that the German population increased by 1.1% between end 2021 and end 2022.
The annualised data for excess deaths may cause some important data to be lost. It is clear from the charts that excess deaths may be concentrated in particular periods, hence the observation window is important.
Can you please ask the authors whether their data covers the entire 2020-2022 period, as I see the pre-print was July 2022.
Also, can they comment on how their result compares with The OWID result, which is based on the projected baseline method. I just checked there, and it shows Germany eith 178,000 excess deaths to 25th December 2022, yet their results were only 103,000 I believe.
Josh&$% Right On.
We're on a train with no brakes. It's everything, not just jabs. Look at Ukraine.
Thank you for posting this Sir.
The horror grows & expands daily. Yet govtards are still encouraging folk to get injected with now, a clearly shown to be risky at least & dnagerous, even fatal at worst liquid.