(12-12-2018, 12:57 AM)octo in jammies Wrote:
(12-11-2018, 11:32 PM)Me? Wrote: As a state SC continues to lead the nation in fevers according to Kinsa's data:
Kinsa reported 4.3 percent of South Carolina’s population are experiencing flu-like symptoms. To put that number into perspective, that’s nearly 176,000 people. This represents an 89 percent increase over this time last year."
Getting snowed in probably won't help them shed the title next week either. Staying indoors is associated with a higher flu risk.
It's ironic, don't you think, that you promote Kinsa anything while advicing against using the same tech?
I am NOT promoting kinsa. The company has a program to keep stats on fever reports across the country. Do they have a link to their product? IDK because I didn't read the whole page, just the first few paragraphs where the data is reported on. Are we to ignore their 'ill gotten' data because they sell a product?
I use the internet, a/c, electric fans, lights, a refrigerator, and an electric foot massager. My apartment has three smart meters, too. (not my choice) Each one contributes something to the positive ion count.
I also eat non organic food occasionally. Does that mean I'm in the hip pocket of Monsanto?
My goal is to make all those things safer. I've said all along that 5G might be made safe by using ceramic add-ons. if thceramics does the job then 5G could be okay. Right now it is not okay. Far from it.
Meanwhile, according to the evil thermometer company, there has been an 89% increase in fevers over last year. It's an interesting data point worth looking into. Why have fevers almost doubled in South Carolina this year?