Monthly Archives: October 2020

Covid-19 Death Distortion In Florida: Over 40% of State’s “Covid-19 Deaths” May Not Merit That Classification

John Graunt’s pioneering 1662 treatise “Natural and Political Observations on the London Bills of Mortality,” has established him, appropriately, as the father of statistics, especially vital statistics, which he dubbed “political arithmetic.” Graunt recognized—almost 360 years ago—that accurate tallies of … Continue reading

Student CT-Test Transparency: “Positive” Covid-19 PCR Tests Must Include The Cycle Thresholds (Cts)

Students and their parents need to get off the Cts of their pants and demand these data for each “positive” test Recently, I demonstrated that actual hospitalizations for covid-19 illness are exceedingly—and mercifully—rare, among U.S. college students returning to campuses … Continue reading