#Login Register

  • 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average

Total flu cases jump HIGHER than last week's jump
Below Average Genius Show this Post
04-05-2019, 07:10 PM #1
Below Average Genius Incognito Anonymous
Last week, the CDC reported 3.1 million additional flu cases. This week the CDC are reporting 2.2 million additional cases.

I might be the only person on earth who predicted a year ago that the flu would extend like this late in the season. The prediction was made based on 5G and the other EMF's having a cumulative harmful effect.

Some folks mocked me repeatedly but it did not deter the predictions in the least because it is a physical law that positive fields from the EMFs would repel our positively charged electrolytes. Arguing against that law would ultimately prove to be futile.

They are silent now, aren't they. Some provided what were reasonable arguments as to why there was nothing out of the ordinary as this flu season developed. At this point we can see this season is different. Last year was horrendous because 4G is not a benign product, so there is a high hurdle to reach this year. For the last four weeks, this season has far outpaced last year's 40 year record.

edited by Octo
Below Average Genius Show this Post
04-05-2019, 07:58 PM #2
Below Average Genius Incognito Anonymous
The CDC's latest report does not include what appears to be an explosive new development.

In the last week a school, a township, and a county located in three different states shut down their schools due to extraordinary levels of absences due to the flu, especially a "stomach bug" a.k.a. DIARRHEA.

Schools are likely to become ground zero for these elevated levels of illness here on out because schools are loaded with WiFi laptops. Their sicknesses might not be viral but a reaction to scrambled potassium producing headaches, vomiting and a bacterial diarrhea.
Below Average Genius Show this Post
04-05-2019, 08:05 PM #3
Below Average Genius Incognito Anonymous
It's coming, folks. No, it's already here! You should be contacting your mayors and city council members to ask - don't tell - them if 5G causes diarrhea or not.

Also contact the city halls of Chicago and Minneapolis. Your action will help to get 5G shutdown worldwide. They can be reached by phone or by email on their city hall websites. Ask to speak to an assistant to the mayor if the person you speak to seems the least bit interested.

Even if they are not interested, you've planted the seed, and we can see that diarrhea is  indeed coming to those two cities. So when it happens to them, they will jump to shut it down immediately.

We have a reprieve of sorts because the announced 5G in Chicago was barely working when it was field tested Wednesday. The announced roll out was a PR stunt so that Verizon could claim it was first in the USA. So their 5% coverage of Chicago is more like 1%.

Below Average Genius Show this Post
04-05-2019, 08:26 PM #4
Below Average Genius Incognito Anonymous
Here is an example of the flu climbing in Cadillac Michigan, when it should be nearly gone at this time of year:

"While flu activity has been moderate this season and the number of cases had been dropping since the end of February, in the past couple weeks it has jumped to high activity, Morse said."

IOW, the trend is going in the opposite direction from any normal flu season.

Below Average Genius Show this Post
04-05-2019, 08:43 PM #5
Below Average Genius Incognito Anonymous
Here is another report from the state of Washington:

Washington state is getting hit hard by a late-season flu outbreak – specifically, a more severe strain of the flu.

Data from the Washington State Department of Health (WA DOH) shows the state is seeing the highest number of hospitalizations for flu-like symptoms, all season.

Look at that dark blue line!

Below Average Genius Show this Post
04-06-2019, 04:47 AM #6
Below Average Genius Incognito Anonymous
I do my best to provide accurate data. I missed the mark with this thread. Since management has mumped me from being a full fledged member, I'm unable to correct or the thread with an edit at the top.

This thread contain an error regarding its central point. There have been 2.2 million new flu cases, not 4.1 million. So this week is less than last week's.

The new cases still far exceed last year's record season for the last four weeks. Anecdoatal reports from various cities indicate ththat next week's CDC report will continue to show elevated flu numbers.
04-06-2019, 07:58 PM #7
Octo Mother Superior
Posts:41,367 Threads:1,583 Joined:Feb 2011
Below Average Genius Show this Post
04-07-2019, 01:08 AM #8
Below Average Genius Incognito Anonymous
(5 hours ago)Octo Wrote:  fify

Thank you, Octo!

Oh, i just noticed that the headline is also incorrect.

A better headline might be "This year's flu stretches longer than any flu of the last 15 years"



DISCLAIMER / Terms of Service (TOS):
Kritterbox.com - Socialize anonymously, commentary, discussion, oddities, technology, music and more!  This website is provided "as is" without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied. kritterbox.com shall not be liable for any damages whatsoever, including, without limitation, those resulting from loss of use, data or profits, whether or not advised of the possibility of damage, and on any theory of liability, arising out of or in connection with the use or performance of this site or other documents which are referenced by or linked to this site.
This website exists solely for the purposes of exchange of information, communication and general entertainment. Opinions from posters are in no way endorsed by kritterbox.com. All posts on this website are the opinion of the authors and are not to be taken as statements of fact on behalf of kritterbox.com. This site may contain coarse language or other material that kritterbox.com is in no way responsible for. Material deemed to be offensive or pornographic at the discretion of kritterbox.com shall be removed. kritterbox.com reserves the right to modify, or remove posts and user accounts on this website at our discretion. kritterbox.com disclaims all liability for damages incurred directly or indirectly as a result of any material on this website. Fictitious posts and any similarity to any person living or dead is coincidental.
All users shall limit the insertion of any and all copyrighted material to portions of the article that are relevant to the point being made, with no more than 50%, and preferably less of the original source material. A link shall be visible in text format, embedded directly to the original source material without exception.
No third party links, i.e. blogs or forums will be accepted under any circumstances, and will be edited by staff in order to reflect the original source of copyrighted material, or be removed at the sole discretion of kritterbox.com.
Fair Use Notice:
This site may contain copyrighted material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. Users may make such material available in an effort to advance awareness and understanding of issues relating to economics, individual rights, international affairs, liberty, science, and technology. This constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C.Section 107, the material on this site is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for educational and/or research purposes.
This Disclaimer is subject to change at any time at our discretion.
Copyright © 2011 - 2017 kritterbox.com