Thank God it’s Friday – before Christmas. Just time to order yet-another tool slut delight.
Since I have a fair bit of construction planned this winter, I decided to order a 3-foot impact driver drill-bit extension. Deal on these is you can add or remove deck screws without bending over. Yeah…old man workstyle. Should have thought of some of these things 40-years ago.
We’re looking at tools and projects because the market looks like crap. While there is still a count that could lead higher, as long as Putin is bound and determined to reunify Russian-speaking people (something slow Joe and the crime family have been influenced the other way on) war will arrive a few weeks before my 73rd birthday in February, Though my “sum of all fears” shades toward the later part of Colduary.
At click-time, the Dow was down 130’ish. The index options players were out early Thursday. Today, the commercial’s bloodletting continues. Bring in the sheep.
Presents of a Sort
Are scattered in today’s headlines:
Money never goes out of style: As we roll into Christmas, the Wall St. Journal inadvertently fills in our sketch of national media collapsing for a lack of Trump bashing content in Washington Post Grasps for New Direction as Trump-Era Boom Fades. We’re thinking the die-hard liberal paper in New York will keep cheerleading the left into the poorhouse. They’ve been on the wrong side of reality since, oh, 1619 or so.
A few smart rats, though, have already jumped ship: Rep. Alan Lowenthal won’t seek reelection in 2022.
Biden’s Inflation Nightmare is coming in 2022. Our Peoplenomics forecast is for 13.8% overall but much higher in food and energy next year. Already, that call’s looking prescient as Goldman Says $100 Oil Possible as Record Demand Outpaces Supply (yahoo.com). With oil futures around $71, you run the numbers. Hoo-rah! Way to go Brandon. Kill energy independence! Frickin genius.
Hey New York! Eat me! High sugar warnings on menus in NYC. You know, ever since Patrick Duffy wrote Sugar Blues (on recommended reading along with The Jungle and Silent Spring) how anyone could eat sweets and feign a healthy lifestyle boggles Ure’s pea-brain. I wonder if there’s a HFCS carve out in the NYC deal?
The Pureblood Daily
Two items for those of us who refuse pending honest data and recourse to sue:
- CDC panel unanimously recommends Pfizer or Moderna vaccine instead of J&J | Daily Mail Online. Can’t move too fast when profits are on the line, can they?
- Also did you see where Vast study confirms rare heart risk from Moderna jab | ABS-CBN News? Well, used to be “rare” – huh? Carefully worded because of lawyers, we suppose.
Vax Pander Friday
We love to put on the “logic glasses” which provide us “seasoned citizens” with an ultra-clear view of the imploding world around us.
That in the “scary headlines” about the coming “colds and flu miseries distress” season. Why, here’s a headline screaming “CDC issues grim forecast warning that weekly COVID cases will jump by 55% to 1.3 MILLION by Christmas Day and that deaths will surge by 73% to 15,600 a week as Omicron becomes dominant strain.”
15,600 a week.
Oh, fear: dust bunnies move over.
Well, Bucko, hold’er Newt:
Numbers out of context were one of my pet-peeves back in my news management years. Let’s act like grown-ups and go looking for the “base” which we can compare this 15,600 a week number to. Ready?
Let’s begin with how old does the average American live to be? Answer? 78.79 years. Got it?
Second question following is “How many people are in America right now?” Over here, the answer comes up as 333,862,890 as of click-time. However, that’s a pretty mainstream number. I think we can add in at least two million based on reports like U.S. officials come across nearly 2 million unauthorized migrants in FY 2021 (borderreport.com). So, let’s call it 335,862,800. With me so far?
What we set off to calculate is the number of people actually dying per week regularly, got it?
The Average American lives 28,758 days. Then about an hour after breakfast beyond that on the Average Final Day. Which is 4,108.33 weeks.
Assuming death comes evenly, the average numbers of Americans dying every week is therefore (335,862,890 / 4,108.33 = )
81,751.68 per week.
The CDC “warning” tells us what we already feared: Not only can CDC NOT do medicine (everyone wearing N95’s work, but most blow-bags are a joke), they also can’t do forensic accounting, it seems.
They have also – to the best of our knowledge – never even tried to make a clinical distinction (which is what real data-driven medicine demands) between people dying WITH Covid as differentiated from people dying OF Covid.
OF vs. With
This may seem like a trivial point under such “dire circumstances” (and convenient excuses for mandates and government over-reach). So let me explain the difference using a different disease, NOT Covid to put things in proper perspective.
I pick (spins the Medical Roulette wheel, which whirls and stops on?)
Are we the only people who understand the Associative Law?
“In mathematics, the associative law is a property of some binary operations, which means that rearranging the parentheses in an expression will not change the result. In propositional logic, associativity is a valid rule of replacement for expressions in logical proofs.”
We’re going to take associative liberties here:
This is just a guess, but we would expect the fraction of American’s (of our 81,000 per week pile of corpses, messy, but sometimes columns around here are like that…) dying WITH Gingivitis will be around 42,000 a Week. (We really ought to have the Peoplenomics Propaganda Department send out the shockwaves of fear right away!)
However, the last time we checked (the Mortality and Morbidity Warning Report, among others), this threat to human civilization has claimed zero lives. No one seems to be dying OF Gingivitis.
We find ourselves (on the inmate-run, prison planet) wondering just how seriously we should take the self-declared inmate population running about looking to inject the few remaining purebloods with something that is STILL on an EUA and good luck getting a 12-point Times New Roman readable copy of the box package.
UK Data Weekly
This is always fun to review:
Here’s the problem with the data in summary form:
- Elaine and I are in the 70-79 cohort. Five weeks back, our mortality risk was around 2.9 times more likely to die IF disease was contracted and we were too stupid to get monoclonal antibodies and aggressive immune support right away.
- Today that number has increased to around 4.3 times the risk. It is likely due to the aged cohort in the UK data being at the front of the line for third jabs.
- When you get into the data, page 13 of the report here, you find “These early estimates suggest that vaccine effectiveness against symptomatic disease with the Omicron variant is significantly lower than compared to the Delta variant. Nevertheless, moderate to high vaccine effectiveness of 70 to 75% is seen in the early period after a booster dose.”
Got that? Three shots (increases the risk of side effects, but these are marginalized out of full-on honest reporting which doesn’t tab vaccination data from “shot to drop.” No, they don’t matter until shot
victims takers are outside the high-risk drop-dead zone, which is for the first couple of weeks after the shot, shot, or boost.
So, our takeaways for this week are?
- Third shots will provide a momentary improvement but are expected to wane (just like the first two shots).
- One virus death under 18 for each 250,000 people is being used to jab, rejab and boojab young people under 18. God, I screwed up not buying vax-maker stocks.
- We are still self-quarantining for very simple reasons. Including my firefighter/EMT son getting what was likely Delta even with two “in the zone” Moderna’s onboard. He self-cared with ultra-nutrition and was over it in 3-days. Here’s hoping his ticker ain’t sicker.
We will continue watching the “game down on the field” but being reclusive and communicating with the world electronically ain’t all bad. Especially when you are a self-entertaining, inquisitive life-long learner.
My buddy Gaye (https://strategiclivingblog.com) hooked up with Elaine and me on Skype. Reports in the senior community out in Phoenix, masks have become rare. Look again at the data in our Thursday report and this all has the feel of late-stage Spanish flu circa 1920. Look for at least twice-annually shots as the monetization of illness continues.
You’ll want to reread the Report from Iron Mountain on the Accessibility and Desirability of Peace, again. Pay close attention to the chapter on limitations as to how long a massive national healthcare system and government mass expansion in this area works.
Spoiler Alert: When the “health crisis” passes, we’ll be into the “alien threat” which is what the UAP/UFO story is doing around the edges of your awareness right now.
If you haven’t grokked this yet, here’s how journalist Serge Monast figures it will begin to roll out. So, when the vax pax fades, look for the earthshaking archeological findings as temporal markers for the roll-out of the four-part alien control plan…
ATR: “Mid 50’s???”
We got a real kick out of the claims made recently by researchers who have “discovered” what we wrote up following our Light Crown project (on the Peoplenomics site) back in 2016. Read Novel Light Therapy Helmet Boosts Brain Function (medscape.com). Duh.
Our original work on the light crown – and the subsequent chakra-balancing speed crown was documented in the Peoplenomics report of October 8, 2016: The Light Crown Project – adventures in photobiomodulation. Additional work was detailed on December 17, 2017: A progress report on the Light Crown Project, part 1 was our Oct. 8 issue this year.
Here’s the funny thing.
My UPS guy and I were talking earlier this week. Somehow, we got on the subject of aging and when I told him my age (about 60-days from 73) his eyes went wide. A kind of YGTBSM look. “I would have figured you for 55-58…somewhere in there…”
Same thing with Elaine. People figure her for about 55-60, too.
I’ll tip you to the HUGE thing we see coming out of light medicine in the not-too-distant future. I think the odds are very good that a combination of genome-specific diet plus photobiomodulation, plus the right mix of anti-aging supplements, including methylation factors, is likely to push a few of us present humans toward the 100+ year age barrier while maintaining a good level of vitality. No sugar!
Of course, it works with Alzheimer’s (that was one of my original drivers in our research and builds). But there MAY be something much cooler: The generalized reduction of rate of cellular aging.
I’m working on this as a subscriber “present” for Peoplenomics next week but talk about disruptive. OMG. Obviously, I can’t trust Social Security for another 50-years, lol.
The novel in this is way cool: About the government setting up an agency for Age Control. Government will have to grant itself power to control who lives past an “acceptable age” (meaning, financially viable), or not.
This sounds unthinkable, but when we look at vax side-effects and long-term potential for health risks, it becomes a much smaller leap of fiction. Might even be in play.
Antenna adventures on ShopTalk Sunday this week, along with Stage 1 of the Christmas Room.
Mainly the charts on Peoplenomics tomorrow and whatever sticks in my craw today.
Also, for me: New scleral lenses go in this morning. Which is like going from Commode 64-graphics to UHD comparatively. This is a fitting session, and we’ll see how it goes.
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