Pandemic Math: The WHO Started the Global Coronavirus Panic -- Same Group that Overstated the H1N1 Mortality Rate by 65 Times Its Actual Rate -- VIDEO

‘Lifestyle guru’ Dave Asprey released a viral video this past week entitled “Pandemic Math” where he laid out the manner is which mortality estimates for pandemics are estimated. 

He also discussed the timeline for a pandemic which always go down over time.

Dr. Ned Nikolav also posted on this concept on Friday.
Maybe have a look at Italy.
It is called exponential growth.
I know exponential growth, but I also know that it NEVER last for ever. Here is a graph showing a typical evolution of a viral epidemic in terms of hospitalized cases. This is from Ghani et al (2005: ). The exponential phase is short term.
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Dr. Asprey’s work provides additional support for our claims at The Gateway Pundit that the WHO’s mortality estimate of 3.4% was a massive overstatement of the rate for the coronavirus.

Dave Asprey, released an excellent video explaining why the current estimates for the coronavirus are materially overstated.  Simply put, they are because the initial estimates for pandemics are always incorrect.
Asprey notes the following about the current coronavirus scare:
In Every Single Pandemic That’s Ever Been Recorded, Mortality Estimates Decline Over Time”
When discussing the mortality rates estimated for the H1N1 swine flu in 2009-2010, Asprey notes that the WHO reduced their mortality rates for this four years after their initial estimates were released:
Four years later when they had all the data, the WHO revised the mortality rate from 1.3% to .02%….  They reduced the mortality rate by 65 times – 65 times.  Now is that going to happen with Covid 19?  Almost certainly!

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