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The Kinsa thermometer company sees massive rise in illnesses in the last 3 days, according to the NY Times
02-15-2019, 03:53 AM #1
Me? Incognito Anonymous
 
Kinsa's contributions are highly useful because they collect data in real time compared to the CDC which has a lagtime of one to two weeks built in. They report a week late and then have to adjst the following week as more flu data arrives.

Kinsa presently tracks 40,000 users and asks a series of questions to help narrow down the type of illness the user is reporting on. For instance, Kinsa reports fevers of a couple days duration as likely being colds while week long fevers are more likely to be the flu. Their tracking methods have tracked almost identically to the CDC's reports for the last 3 years, only Kinsa's stats are provided much sooner. Recently Kinsa has been providing their results to their paid subscribers rather than to the public.

Today's NY Times (02/14/19) quoted Kinsa's founder Inser Singh: "The number of illnesses lasting longer than three days rose massively in the last few days.” Fevers of more than 3 days duration are categorized as likely flu cases by Kinsa.

What this means is that whatever the CDC reports tomorrow in its weekly report is most likely going to be far less than what they report in the next week or two. It also means the flu has likely started to rage in recent days.
02-15-2019, 04:08 AM #2
Me? Incognito Anonymous
 
I don't have access to Kinsa's private data.

But unlike Kinsa, I can predict into the future using a high school chemistry and biology books as the bases of my predictions.

As Kinsa has seen, the flu continues to increase. The flu will continue to increase for some time and will traill off much more slowly than usual when the weather gets much warmer - or the flu might even continue to climb. The so-called end of this flu season will be nothing like any other because 5G will drive the incidence of new and repeat flu cases.

When 5G cell phone service is turned on this summer, the flu will rise again even though it is much warmer or even hot! As an early example, New South Wales is in the middle of their summer right now, yet they are seeing a doubling of flu cases over last year. This is before much 5G has been installed as yet.

The US summer will have much more 5G to drive this epidemic. Likewise for France and wherever else 5G gets rolled out in earnest.
02-18-2019, 12:44 PM #3
Freddie Member
Posts:11 Threads:1 Joined:Oct 2018
Thank you for the helpful post. I found your blog with Google and I will start following. Hope to see new blogs soon.

http://lookatmyhorsemyhorseisamazing.com/
02-18-2019, 09:09 PM #4
Me? Incognito Anonymous
 
(02-18-2019, 12:44 PM)Freddie Wrote:  Thank you for the helpful post. I found your blog with Google and I will start following. Hope to see new blogs soon.

http://lookatmyhorsemyhorseisamazing.com/

You're welcome. I didn't know I had a blog, or that something I wrote appeared on one. Maybe I had one a long time ago well before discussing 5G and the flu. IDK.

Do you have a link to the actual blog post?
02-20-2019, 08:26 PM #5
Octo Mother Superior
Posts:41,346 Threads:1,581 Joined:Feb 2011
I found the blog and corrected the link.

You're welcome.

İmage
02-20-2019, 09:45 PM #6
Me? Incognito Anonymous
 
(02-18-2019, 12:44 PM)Freddie Wrote:  Thank you for the helpful post. I found your blog with Google and I will start following. Hope to see new blogs soon.

http://lookatmyhorsemyhorseisamazing.com/

<sigh> Do you feel better now? Is this your idea of contributing to your fellow man?

I feel like discussing this summer's annihilation of humanity by revealing what a tiny amount of 5G is capable of doing already as something worth warning ourselves about.

Because a seasonal flu's progression normally can't be predicted, it would be important to explain where this one is acting differently and why the flu's spread will be different this spring in the hopes that being forewarned will make a difference, namely to delay and stop 5G unless it can be made safe.

But you are welcome to remain oblivious despite there being 10,000 studies proving our demise is rapidly approaching.



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