On Tue, 23 May 2023 08:11:24 -0700 (PDT), Tom Kunich
I've read that article a few times. The title of the article:
"Excess Deaths Associated with COVID-19
Provisional Death Counts for Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)"
might lead one to believe that it compares death rates with and
without a Covid vaccine. It doesn't. Skim the article and notice the
prevalence of the words "estimate", "provisional" and "predict". That
article is really about producing a usable model for PREDICTING the
number of deaths under various conditions including vaccination. It
has nothing to do with reporting or comparing deaths from Covid
vaccinations. Again, the title is wrong and misleading.
Also, notice the References at the bottom of the page. All 4 are
about algorithms and models.
Another problem is the graph. When I check the:
"Excess deaths with and without COVID-19"
button, the graph doesn't graph actual deaths with and without
vaccinations. It graphs:
Predicted number of deaths, from all causes, including Covid-19
Predicted number of deaths, from all causes, excluding Covid-19
The compression of the vertical scale of the graph, where the width of
the data points obscures the tiny differences between these to items,
and the difference between the lines is tiny, it's impossible (for me)
to generate any useful conclusions. In other words, the graph is
I really like the disclaimer:
"Number of deaths reported on this page are the total number of deaths
received and coded as of the date of analysis and do not represent all
deaths that occurred in that period."
Also, there's nothing in text the corroborates Tom's allegation that:
"the vaccine have a higher kill ratio than the illness".