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Flu doubles in Louisville in the last two weeks
01-16-2019, 11:45 PM #1
Me? Incognito
 
Two weeks ago, Louisville experienced a quadrupling in the number of confirmed flu cases over last year which was a record year for the flu by year's end.

Now the flu has further redoubled in Louisville. Flu cases have jumped from 882 to 1,866 which is an increase of 2.12 times over and above the previous quadrupling.

A mild form of 5G was turned on in Louisville December 21st. Prior to December 21st, the incidence of the flu was mild to average. In the first two weeks since Dec. 21st pediatric cases tripled. The latest pediatric numbers weren't reported in the linked article.

The average age of people catching the flu and getting a confirmed diagnosis in Louisville is 25. Do today's 25-year olds use their cell phones much? Would they be hanging out where the 5G cell masts are most likely to be turned on in Louisville? The companies are choosing highly trafficked areas, either commercial districts or heavy city attractions.

"Can you hear me now?" bob.gif

For several months, I've been predicting this sort of outcome. I also predicted the exact timing. Even though AT&T's roll out is the weakest possible addition of so-called 5G in Louisville the masts are closer than 4G. Proximity is a far greater danger than frequency.

It was so easy to predict and to predict it with uncanny accuracy. The ions will not be mocked. The lessons from the first day of high school chemistry class remain safe and true: Ions of the same charge repel each other.

But, but, but "There is no ionizing radiation!!!" you cried. Some of you were corrected multiple times by noting ions are not ionizing radiation.

"Where is your evidence? Where are the studies???" you whimpered. But confirmed science didn't need any further study, did it? Nope, it sure didn't. The predictions have come true in the time period they were predicted to come true.  fkyeah.gif

If you have a name with Bob in it, and you're stuck in a basement, it's time for you to join the bandwagon. shocked.gif

https://www.wdrb.com/community/flu-cases...ef3d6.html
01-17-2019, 04:21 AM #2
RiskyRob Master Blaster
Posts:490 Threads:68 Joined:Apr 2018
(01-16-2019, 11:45 PM)Me? Wrote:  Two weeks ago, Louisville experienced a quadrupling in the number of confirmed flu cases over last year which was a record year for the flu by year's end.

Now the flu has further redoubled in Louisville. Flu cases have jumped from 882 to 1,866 which is an increase of 2.12 times over and above the previous quadrupling.

A mild form of 5G was turned on in Louisville December 21st. Prior to December 21st, the incidence of the flu was mild to average. In the first two weeks since Dec. 21st pediatric cases tripled. The latest pediatric numbers weren't reported in the linked article.

The average age of people catching the flu and getting a confirmed diagnosis in Louisville is 25. Do today's 25-year olds use their cell phones much? Would they be hanging out where the 5G cell masts are most likely to be turned on in Louisville? The companies are choosing highly trafficked areas, either commercial districts or heavy city attractions.

"Can you hear me now?" bob.gif

For several months, I've been predicting this sort of outcome. I also predicted the exact timing. Even though AT&T's roll out is the weakest possible addition of so-called 5G in Louisville the masts are closer than 4G. Proximity is a far greater danger than frequency.

It was so easy to predict and to predict it with uncanny accuracy. The ions will not be mocked. The lessons from the first day of high school chemistry class remain safe and true: Ions of the same charge repel each other.

But, but, but "There is no ionizing radiation!!!" you cried. Some of you were corrected multiple times by noting ions are not ionizing radiation.

"Where is your evidence? Where are the studies???" you whimpered. But confirmed science didn't need any further study, did it? Nope, it sure didn't. The predictions have come true in the time period they were predicted to come true.  fkyeah.gif

If you have a name with Bob in it, and you're stuck in a basement, it's time for you to join the bandwagon. shocked.gif

https://www.wdrb.com/community/flu-cases...ef3d6.html

You're mentally ill.
01-17-2019, 05:01 AM #3
Me? Incognito
 
(01-17-2019, 04:21 AM)RiskyRob Wrote:  
(01-16-2019, 11:45 PM)Me? Wrote:  Two weeks ago, Louisville experienced a quadrupling in the number of confirmed flu cases over last year which was a record year for the flu by year's end.

Now the flu has further redoubled in Louisville. Flu cases have jumped from 882 to 1,866 which is an increase of 2.12 times over and above the previous quadrupling.

A mild form of 5G was turned on in Louisville December 21st. Prior to December 21st, the incidence of the flu was mild to average. In the first two weeks since Dec. 21st pediatric cases tripled. The latest pediatric numbers weren't reported in the linked article.

The average age of people catching the flu and getting a confirmed diagnosis in Louisville is 25. Do today's 25-year olds use their cell phones much? Would they be hanging out where the 5G cell masts are most likely to be turned on in Louisville? The companies are choosing highly trafficked areas, either commercial districts or heavy city attractions.

"Can you hear me now?" bob.gif

For several months, I've been predicting this sort of outcome. I also predicted the exact timing. Even though AT&T's roll out is the weakest possible addition of so-called 5G in Louisville the masts are closer than 4G. Proximity is a far greater danger than frequency.

It was so easy to predict and to predict it with uncanny accuracy. The ions will not be mocked. The lessons from the first day of high school chemistry class remain safe and true: Ions of the same charge repel each other.

But, but, but "There is no ionizing radiation!!!" you cried. Some of you were corrected multiple times by noting ions are not ionizing radiation.

"Where is your evidence? Where are the studies???" you whimpered. But confirmed science didn't need any further study, did it? Nope, it sure didn't. The predictions have come true in the time period they were predicted to come true.  fkyeah.gif

If you have a name with Bob in it, and you're stuck in a basement, it's time for you to join the bandwagon. shocked.gif

https://www.wdrb.com/community/flu-cases...ef3d6.html

You're mentally ill.

You mocked me time and again because you thought I was wrong. Now you're trying to mock me because I was right.

It's not working.
01-18-2019, 02:52 AM #4
Me? Incognito
 
Flu cases hve jumped by at least 120 cases just since yesterday.

"Dr. Lori Caloia, medical director at the health department, said the department is reporting more than 2,000 cases for the season. But that number could be higher, because many people don’t go to the doctor or do not get tested.

https://www.wdrb.com/news/metro-louisvil...92024.html



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