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Where are mortality rates from 2011 to 2012 in the U S?

 
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Where are the 2011 and 2012 death rates?
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I am pretty sure they are hiding it for a reason. same with the north pole position data for past two years.

with the rocket fuel they add to the formula and the flouride to the water then it spikes once in while ya. its easy to kill off a lot of babies. Not to mention fukishima.

this is an awesome find of not finding. thank you.
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one thing i can say with some confidence

there was a huge spike in a variety of types of cancer deaths

mainly;

lung
leukemias
hodgkins
breast
bone
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Thanks OP....Excellent news!
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Interesting.. And 0bamacare had hardly even kicked in.. hmmm.
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Re: Where are mortality rates from 2011 to 2012 in the U S?
thanks to fukushima
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Re: Where are mortality rates from 2011 to 2012 in the U S?
This is interesting but also not a huge Surprise!

I will dig in a bit deeper later,

domo!

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Sad, but important post !!
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Re: Where are mortality rates from 2011 to 2012 in the U S?
NZREVA, are you trying to establish a link to Fukushima radiation, perhaps?

Infant mortality would be a powerful piece of evidence to compare pre and post 3/11/2011.

I remember in the six-ten months after Fukushima, there were experts who feared an ELE...aka....Extinction Level Event.


In this world, it is so difficult, even with discernment to determine what is truthful and what is propaganda, and what is being purposefully obfuscated....

I sometimes yearn to disconnect my cellphone, give my laptop away, and live as the Amish do, raise a family, play acoustic instruments-piano, stringed instruments such as violin and guitar, and sing, and raise livestock and farm the land, and ignore the outside world.
 Quoting: The Sonic Dreamer


The link I put up the third time connects it to the Fukushima problem, but I am trying to show people that we have only a few, I have only found three stats for 2010 2011 2012, and that is not state wide. I am asking Glpers to find the stats. I spent all day yesterday looking. The headings all say death rates are down or cancer rates down ect, and when I look at the dates nothing for 2010-2012. After I find stats then I would like to see the area's that are high and compare them with the radiation areas in the U S. If you are in another country you can add on to my thread and maybe we can get some factual information. Leuren Moret will be here tonight, I don't stay up that late but I will try to stay awake for her.
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Re: Where are mortality rates from 2011 to 2012 in the U S?
This is interesting but also not a huge Surprise!

I will dig in a bit deeper later,

domo!

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Pleaseeeeeeeee post them here
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Re: Where are mortality rates from 2011 to 2012 in the U S?
NZREVA, are you trying to establish a link to Fukushima radiation, perhaps?

Infant mortality would be a powerful piece of evidence to compare pre and post 3/11/2011.

I remember in the six-ten months after Fukushima, there were experts who feared an ELE...aka....Extinction Level Event.


In this world, it is so difficult, even with discernment to determine what is truthful and what is propaganda, and what is being purposefully obfuscated....

I sometimes yearn to disconnect my cellphone, give my laptop away, and live as the Amish do, raise a family, play acoustic instruments-piano, stringed instruments such as violin and guitar, and sing, and raise livestock and farm the land, and ignore the outside world.
 Quoting: The Sonic Dreamer


I am trying to find 2010- 2012 morality rates, in all states. Then I can establish a link if it is there.
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Re: Where are mortality rates from 2011 to 2012 in the U S?
Another study that stops in 2010
The title again..
US death rate plummets 60 percent in 75 years
. In 2010, the death rate among 100,000 whites was 741, and among 100,000 blacks was 898.

Why all the hype about death being down, and then stopping at 2010?
 Quoting: nzreva


The above says it is dropping no 2012
Notice Ark

Living
Infant mortality rates increase among blacks in Arkansas
[link to www.americashealthrankings.org]

Notice no percentage. I looked at charts overall and it did not show 2012. Another cover up.

All causes up to 2009, page 20 for Ark. NO 2010 2011 2012
[link to www.uams.edu]

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2011 NORTH CAROLINA INFANT MORTALITY

[link to www.nchealthystart.org]


No stats for 2012

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Sometime the data results come in late, as in it takes 3-5 years to analyse data sets, but thanks for being the watch dog on what could be a major cover up....

cool2
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March of Dimes
[link to www.marchofdimes.com]
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bump
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Sometime the data results come in late, as in it takes 3-5 years to analyse data sets, but thanks for being the watch dog on what could be a major cover up....

cool2
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1582540


Real time CURRENT DEATH TOLL

[link to www.romans322.com]

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Seek truth gave me this
Have not checked it out
[link to www.indexmundi.com]
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Seek truth gave me this
Have not checked it out
[link to www.indexmundi.com]
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If this is true then why no data results from any States unless this is a projection, which then would mean nothing...
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Re: Where are mortality rates from 2011 to 2012 in the U S?
Seek truth gave me this
Have not checked it out
[link to www.indexmundi.com]
 Quoting: nzreva


How do they know the above statement is true since it supposedly takes 3- ? years to know. I think this is a projection rate with no substance to back it up or we would have it.


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Re: Where are mortality rates from 2011 to 2012 in the U S?
this one stops in 2006

[link to www.cdc.gov]
Not true
Death in the United States, 2011 (3/2013); Recent Trends in Births and Fertility Rates Through June 2012 (12/2012); Deaths: Leading Causes for 2009 [PDF ...

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Re: Where are mortality rates from 2011 to 2012 in the U S?
up to 1993 the federal gov. publish vital statistics of the United states .... [link to books.google.com]

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1993 the federal gov. publish vital statistics of the United states .... [link to books.google.com]
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Up till 1993 the federal gov. publish vital statistics of the United states .... [link to books.google.com]
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This is interesting but also not a huge Surprise!

I will dig in a bit deeper later,

domo!

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31837896


Great, Atom Boy...

Start with the infant mortality rates from Japan.
Waterbug

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Some of the countries reporting infant mortality rates lower than the U.S. classify babies as "stillborn" if they survive less than 24 hours whether or not such babies breathe, move, or have a beating heart at birth.

Forty percent of all infant deaths occur in the first 24 hours of life.

In the United States, all infants who show signs of life at birth (take a breath, move voluntarily, have a heartbeat) are considered alive.

If a child in Hong Kong or Japan is born alive but dies within the first 24 hours of birth, he or she is reported as a "miscarriage" and does not affect the country's reported infant mortality rates.

[link to www.americanthinker.com]
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Some of the countries reporting infant mortality rates lower than the U.S. classify babies as "stillborn" if they survive less than 24 hours whether or not such babies breathe, move, or have a beating heart at birth.

Forty percent of all infant deaths occur in the first 24 hours of life.

In the United States, all infants who show signs of life at birth (take a breath, move voluntarily, have a heartbeat) are considered alive.

If a child in Hong Kong or Japan is born alive but dies within the first 24 hours of birth, he or she is reported as a "miscarriage" and does not affect the country's reported infant mortality rates.

[link to www.americanthinker.com]
 Quoting: Waterbug


Do you have data for 2011 or 2012 in the U S?
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They are hiding the effects from the Fukushima disaster.
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Some of the countries reporting infant mortality rates lower than the U.S. classify babies as "stillborn" if they survive less than 24 hours whether or not such babies breathe, move, or have a beating heart at birth.

Forty percent of all infant deaths occur in the first 24 hours of life.

In the United States, all infants who show signs of life at birth (take a breath, move voluntarily, have a heartbeat) are considered alive.

If a child in Hong Kong or Japan is born alive but dies within the first 24 hours of birth, he or she is reported as a "miscarriage" and does not affect the country's reported infant mortality rates.

[link to www.americanthinker.com]
 Quoting: Waterbug


Do you have data for 2011 or 2012 in the U S?
 Quoting: nzreva


Well.. there is this..

[link to www.cia.gov (secure)]

and this..

[link to www.globalhealthfacts.org]

These things could be manipulated for effect.
I may be jaded.. but I look for independent substantiation
when dealing with stats.
Sometimes there isn't any.

I find it a suspension of reality to see that Japan is listed second to Monaco as having the least infant deaths per 1000.
They do happen to have an ongoing triple nuclear reactor meltdown.
The nature and evidence of radiation contamination shows
pregnant women and infants as highly susceptible to the ill effects.

I'm not buying these stats at face value.
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Water bug I can't eighter
The total release of xenon-133 from the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power
plant accident
[link to zardoz.nilu.no]

Explained on blog
[link to optimalprediction.com]
The mystery of the extra xenon-133.
this is shocking it does not add up.
The first problem is, why would all the I-133 be released? There is still I-131 being released, and it has been increasing over the past few months. It should be the same case with I-133.

The second problem is that the other two methods came up with higher amounts. The ECMWF in particular was 4.8 EBq higher than the GFS. It is strange that the authors would prefer the GFS over the ECMWF. It is well known, and can be demonstrated statistically, that the ECMWF is the superior model in forecasting. Every meteorologist and weather weenie knows this. The Capital Weather Gang noted this and quoted as to the American GFS model:

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Excess mortality for selected US cities in 2012.
Went from 8.3 to 20.8% in Detroit????????????????

[link to optimalprediction.com]
 Quoting: nzreva


wow Dallas went from 2.6 to 33%!!!
 Quoting: MaxMad


EVERYONE NOTICE
This site has disappeared.....alone
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Where are the 2011 and 2012 death rates?
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I am pretty sure they are hiding it for a reason. same with the north pole position data for past two years.

with the rocket fuel they add to the formula and the flouride to the water then it spikes once in while ya. its easy to kill off a lot of babies. Not to mention fukishima.

this is an awesome find of not finding. thank you.
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 Quoting: Notagain


LOOK AT THIS
4,250% Increase in Fetal Deaths Reported to VAERS After Flu Shot Given to Pregnant Women

Documentation received from the National Coalition of Organized Women (NCOW) states that between 2009 and 2010 the mercury-laden combined flu vaccinations have increased Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting Systems (VAERS) fetal death reports by 4,250 percent in pregnant women. Eileen Dannemann, NCOW’s director, made abundantly clear that despite these figures being known to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the multiple-strain, inactivated flu vaccine containing mercury (Thimerosal) has once again been recommended to pregnant women as a safe vaccination this season. [link to vactruth.com]
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Remember too that many thousands of women likely never even reported a miscarriage after receiving the Swine Flu (H1N1) vaccine. The VAERS database is notorious for underreporting adverse vaccine events as many doctors either don’t submit the information to the database when a patient reports a problem or the patient never reports the event to the doctor in the first place.

[link to www.thehealthyhomeeconomist.com]