009 | PCR, Vaccination, All cause mortality... what do the stats say? | Norman Fenton
- Apr 22 2022
- Length: 1 hr and 8 mins
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Norman Fenton is a Professor of risk information management at Queen Mary University London & director of Agena specialising in risk management for critical systems with about half a dozen books & around 400 publications to his name. His expertise has been utilised in multiple different fields from health to security, software to law & forensics and much more. As one of the preeminent mathematicians & statisticians in the UK Norman and his team have recently taken deep dives into the statistics around infection & mortality rates during the pandemic as well as testing reliability and vaccine effectiveness. In this episode we look at the statistics around the famed PCR test, vaccination, all cause mortality and much, much more, listen in and let us know what you think!
00:45 Intro 01:43 Work just prior to COVID crisis was also in the medical realm 03:25 After ~400 publications, this was the first time there were issues with getting peer reviewed and published? 12:30 PCR test issues 15:10 False positive rates? What is important about those? 21:20 Why was mass testing unnecessary 26:40 Previous years of influenza? 31:55 All cause death rates 40:00 evidence around miscategorization of deaths? 49:30 Surely vaccines did something as we had a decrease in overall mortality 51:50 Sick kids document - Adverse reactions protocol created for children from specialist hospital in Canada (link below) 52:32 Study where 0 healthy children died from COVID 55:15 Pfizer looking for EUA for children 6months+ 56:00 child vaccine schedule mitigates risk for childhood vaccinations 57:00 Were lockdowns justified? 1:00:00 Canada/ India lockdowns for climate change, academics too! 1:05:58 Is this the end of it? Is COVID now put to bed?
SickKids hospital post vaccine document https://drive.google.com/file/d/1fjzdPkttwE_XMB1OCrN7bCY6Vnyk7QMU/view?usp=sharing
ONS & PHE (UK Gov stats) stating stating on government dashboard covid deaths are counted as within 28 days of a positive death https://www.ons.gov.uk/aboutus/transparencyandgovernance/freedomofinformationfoi/deathssolelyfromcovid19ratherthandeathswithin28daysofapositivetest
UK Gov Cov dashboard https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/details/deaths https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/
BBC news article 14 Jan reiterating covid deaths counted as