Tucker Carlson took a closer look at the work of computer modelers and their unsuccessful attempts at predicting the future of coronavirus pandemic. The main problem is the gross overestimation of the scale of the outbreak.
For many years, the CDC has tracked the total number of Americans who die every week from pneumonia, and that number has come in far lower than at the same moment in previous years. How could that be? It is entirely possible that doctors are classifying conventional pneumonia deaths as COVID-19 deaths. That would mean that this epidemic is being credited for thousands of deaths that would have occurred if the virus never appeared here. We don’t know that for certain, but it is certainly worth considering. Something is skewing those numbers.Tucker Carlson
Published by Fox News on Apr 07, 2020
The last thought.
Programmers who create computer models for financial institutions laugh at the models used by the coronavirus task force. They say that if their models were as inaccurate as those used to predict the progress of the COVID-19 pandemic, they would end up in jail.
Some people up there start to think that all those scientific models or maybe just “scientific models” are being created with intentions to scare the population into uncontested submission. We’ll see.
COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC TRACKER
I decided to drop the Johns Hopkins corona tracker and switch to Worldometer’s COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC tracker. It’s not as good looking as the one from Johns Hopkins but provides more information.
- Currently Infected Patients (Active Cases)
- Patients in Mild Condition
- Patients in Serious or Critical Condition
- Closed Cases (Recovered / Discharged and Deaths)
Data on testing at The COVID Tracking Project. (US totals and state by state numbers.)
If you rather use tracker from Johns Hopkins, use this link. Remember, however, that in order to get the number of people presently infected (active cases) you must subtract “Total Deaths” and “Total Recovered” from “Total Confirmed”.
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