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  • Delta, Delta, Delta (vanity)

    07/26/2021 5:37:21 AM PDT · by JonPreston · 23 replies
    Johns Hopkins ^ | 7/24/21 | Johns Hopkins
    CHARTS
  • CDC’s ’Safer Activities’ Chart Has Fully Vaccinated People Wearing Masks for Most Activities

    04/28/2021 1:05:06 PM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 51 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 04/28/2021 | Hannah Bleau
    The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) “Safer Activities” chart, which categorizes high-risk and low-risk activities for unvaccinated and vaccinated people, has fully vaccinated individuals wearing a mask for most activities, giving them little to no edge over the unvaccinated population in terms of masking. The CDC released updated guidance on Tuesday for fully vaccinated individuals, as roughly 29 percent of the U.S. population is now considered “fully vaccinated.” Despite that status, the CDC is not recommending those individuals to revert to a state of pre-pandemic normalcy, urging them to continue to wear masks in certain social settings...
  • DATA: Report Shows EVERY Midnight Ballot Dump Boosted Biden

    01/05/2021 5:12:41 AM PST · by grundle · 13 replies
    thenationalpulse.com ^ | January 4, 2021 | Natalie Winters
    A new report from a number of reputable, PhD statisticians analyzes the suspicious floods of ballots trickling in following the November 3rd election, concluding all were in favor of Joe Biden. The report analyzes “vote dumps” – a “25,000+ vote differential between Presidential candidates, received/recorded at one time.” “The conclusion is that all we were able to find were net Biden Dumps,” the report summary notes. Analysis extends to states both won and lost by President Trump, including Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin. Several states experienced more than one...
  • It's 'pigs flying' time for CNN viewers and New York Times readers: Both outlets must have given their audiences palpitations with their respective takes on Amy Coney Barrett and the Wuhan virus

    10/14/2020 9:53:57 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 13 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 10/14/2020 | Andrea Widburg
    If you thought 2020 could not get any weirder, you were wrong.  This week, two of the most radical, Trump-hating media outlets in America acted out of character, so much so that I glanced outside my window, expecting to see pigs flying by.  On Monday, the New York Times published an optimistic article saying the Wuhan virus is coming to an end.  It even praised one of the Trump administration's initiatives.  And then, if that wasn't crazy enough, on Tuesday, the CNN talking heads went out of their way to praise Amy Coney Barrett.  Sometimes, weird is good. Let's start with the New York Times piece, "A Dose...
  • The World Economy in One Chart: GDP by Country

    09/25/2020 7:55:38 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 42 replies
    howmuch.net ^ | 09/25/2020 | Staff
    The coronavirus is upending the global economy in a lot of ways. Many companies are allowing their employees to work remotely forever. Millions of Americans remain unemployed due to shutdowns and cutbacks. And the future is still very cloudy as to what shape a recovery will eventually take. Our latest visualization captures the state of the global economy on the eve of all the coronavirus disruption. The U.S. remains by far the largest economy in the world with a GDP of $21.43T or 24.42% of the entire globe. China’s economy grew from 2018 to 2019 to $14.34, but the country...
  • One Chart Shows The Best And Worst Face Mask Types, Based on The Latest Research

    10/07/2020 8:22:54 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 103 replies
    www.sciencealert.com ^ | ARIA BENDIX 8 SEPTEMBER 2020
    A simple trick can reveal whether your face mask offers sufficient protection: Try blowing out a candle while wearing it. A good mask should prevent you from extinguishing the flame. The rule isn't foolproof, but it should help weed out masks that aren't very protective. Ever since the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) began recommending cloth masks for the general public in April, researchers have been evaluating the best materials for filtering the coronavirus. An ideal mask blocks both large respiratory droplets from coughs or sneezes - the primary method by which people pass the virus to others...
  • COVID-19 CRASH: Here’s The Incredible Chart The MSM Doesn’t Want You To See

    08/31/2020 12:20:29 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 23 replies
    Gateway Pundit ^ | 08/31/2020 | Eric A. Blair
    CDCThe COVID-19 pandemic sure looks like it’s long past it’s peak — and might be over, at least according to a new chart from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).Take a look at the chart above, titled “Provisional Death Count For Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19).” The peak appears to be around the weeks of April 18 and April 25, with a steady decline until the beginning of July. The virus spiked throughout the month, but then began to slide again in August. For all age groups except 75 years old and above, the weekly deaths dropped well before 1,000...
  • A Coronavirus Chart The Mainstream Media Doesn't Want You To See

    07/12/2020 9:46:07 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 12 replies
    PJ Media ^ | 07/12/2020 | Matt Margolis
    “By any standard, no matter how you look at it, the U.S. is losing its war against the coronavirus,” claims Axios in a story published on Saturday. It’s a bold claim, and according to Axios health care editor Sam Baker, the recent rise in cases is proof positive that America is losing the battle. “Seven times over the last two weeks, the U.S. has set a new record for the most cases in a single day,” he notes. “Cases are increasing in 33 states, and several of those states are seeing such staggering increases that they may soon overwhelm their...
  • Docs Reveal FBI Cover Up of ‘Chart’ of Potential Violations of Law by Hillary Clinton

    02/15/2019 3:05:36 PM PST · by detective · 32 replies
    Judicial Watch ^ | FEBRUARY 15, 2019
    Shortened title. Full title: Judicial Watch: Docs Reveal FBI Cover Up of ‘Chart’ of Potential Violations of Law by Hillary Clinton ‘I’ll make sure Andy tells Mike to keep these in his pocket’ (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today it received 186 pages of records from the Department of Justice that include emails documenting an evident cover up of a chart of potential violations of law by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Judicial Watch obtained the records through a January 2018 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit filed after the DOJ failed respond to a December 4, 2017...
  • Morgan Stanley sees two ‘broken legs’ for stocks, heralding ‘significant market correction’

    08/08/2018 5:13:25 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 20 replies
    marketwatch ^ | 08/08/2018
    For years, one of the primary factors lifting the U.S. stock market has been the fact that some of the economy’s biggest, fastest-growing names just kept rising. The strength of growth stocks, in particular some large technology and internet plays, has been a boon for momentum investors, who bet that recent outperformers will continue to do better than the overall market over the medium term. This trade has been one of the easiest ways for investors to make money, but analysts are increasingly concerned that its era may be drawing to a close. Morgan Stanley called for “a breakdown in...
  • 2018: Democrats lead GOP by 12 million registered voters, 40% D, 29% R, 28% I

    07/13/2018 2:22:05 PM PDT · by yesthatjallen · 92 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | July 13, 2018 | Paul Bedard
    Democrats hold a massive voter lead in states that require party registration, a gap of 12 million that could be key to whether the party takes control of the House and Senate in the fall midterm congressional elections, according to a new analysis. Overall, 40 percent of voters in 31 party registration states are Democrats, 29 percent are Republicans, and 28 percent are independents, according to a new report of July numbers from the University of Virginia’s Center for Politics. The states include several with key battles over House seats such as California, New York, Florida, and Pennsylvania. The lead...
  • The global warming fraud explained in one simple chart

    07/12/2017 7:57:26 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 12 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 07/12/2017 | Thomas Lifson
    The global warming fraud is based entirely on the practice of “adjusting” data. Michael Mann’s infamous hockey stick graph was “adjusted” to “hide the decline,” most notably.  But every prediction of catastrophe, every ”hottest year ever” story depends on adjusting the actual data of surface temperatures. A recent scientific study of global average surface temperature reports and the CO2 endangerment finding has produced a remarkable graph that says it all, very clearly. James Delingpole of Breitbart spotted it and explains: The peer-reviewed study by two scientists and a veteran statistician looked at the global average temperature datasets (GAST) which are used by...
  • 100 years of U.S. presidential elections: A table of how each state voted

    10/23/2015 9:03:19 PM PDT · by Dallas59 · 14 replies
    Net ^ | 10/23/2015 | Net
  • BUSTED: Paul Krugman removed 20 yrs of data from chart to show correlation that wasn't really there

    05/21/2015 8:30:02 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 25 replies
    Business Insider ^ | 05/21/2015 | CULLEN ROCHE, PRAGMATIC CAPITALISM
    Someone sent me an email Wednesday evening with some details on the Paul Krugman response to James Montier, which I discussed here. I had previously stated that the Krugman response was lacking meat. But it's actually worse than that. It's actually highly misleading and appears intentionally so. In the post, Dr. Krugman tries to show how much interest rates matter by comparing the Fed Funds Rate with Housing Starts. He shows a chart and declares that there appears to be a strong correlation. Except, as this emailer notes, he appears to have shifted the chart to make it appear as...
  • The Nickel Supply Squeeze Is Just Getting Started

    05/28/2014 9:29:58 AM PDT · by blam · 15 replies
    TMO ^ | 5-28-2014 | Investment U
    May 28, 2014 - 06:02 PMInvestment_U Back in January, I wrote a column explaining the supply-demand squeeze in nickel. One way I suggested to play the nickel squeeze, the iPath Dow Jones-AIG Nickel Total Return Sub-Index ETN (NYSE: JJN), is up 38% from my recommendation. Did you buy that fund? Well, if you didn't, there's no need to kick yourself. The nickel run isn't over. In fact, if anything, the supply/demand squeeze powering nickel's surge is likely to get stronger. The biggest user of nickel is China. Nickel is used to make stainless steel, and China makes a lot of...
  • This Simple Graph Compares Reagan’s and Obama’s ‘Recoveries’

    05/07/2014 5:31:48 AM PDT · by grundle · 11 replies
    ijreview.com ^ | April 22, 2014 | Michael Hausam
    How often have you heard a Democrat prattle on and on about how well Barack Obama has done with the economy, given the mess he inherited? Usually, it’s some version of, “Things are getting better, but the economy the President started with was so awful, so he’s done as well as anyone could expect.” When Ronald Reagan took over from Jimmy Carter in ’81, things were actually worse economically compared to when Obama took over from George W. Bush in ’08. Consider these three important comparisons of economic indicators, then and now: - Unemployment was at 10.8% versus 7.7% -...
  • Here's How Much Money Someone Has To Make To Be In The 1%

    05/04/2014 5:26:44 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 19 replies
    Business Insider ^ | 05/04/2014 | KRISSY CLARK, MARKETPLACE.ORG
    The "1 percent" and the "99 percent" have become household phrases in the last few years. But in the course of moving discussions of income distribution percentiles beyond economic text books and in to the popular discourse of sound bites and protest signs, the nuances can get lost. Which brings us to some interesting new research about the 1 percent, discussed in a recent book called “Chasing the American Dream.” Back when the Occupy Wall Street movement was fond of chanting “We are the 99 percent” the book’s co-author, Mark Rank, got curious about some of the assumptions buried in...
  • Treasury's Lew warns that U.S. default could happen quickly

    02/03/2014 6:54:09 AM PST · by Red in Blue PA · 25 replies
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Obama administration warned on Monday it could start defaulting on the government's obligations "very soon" after hitting a limit on the national debt later this month. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said the federal government should hit the ceiling by the end of February unless Washington raises the nation's limit on public borrowing. The federal government would then burn through its remaining cash more quickly that it would at other times of the year because the Treasury will be issuing tax refund checks, Lew said. "Without borrowing authority, at some point very soon, it would not be...
  • Obamacare's Failure In One Chart

    10/18/2013 8:14:17 AM PDT · by Nachum · 32 replies
    zero hedge ^ | 10/18/13 | Tyler Durden
    Confirming our fears from a few days ago, the early numbers are in for Obamacare... and they are not good. Of course, listening to "bloggers" an be bad for your health, but it seems, very few of the million of "uninsured" have decided that it is as crucial as the "leader" has exclaimed. As Millard Brown Digital reports, fewer than 1% of those trying to register for health insurance under Obamacare have completed the enrollment process. The following inverted pyramid highlights the dismal reality of the Affordable Car Act so far...   
  • Incredibly Convoluted Chart Shows Just What A Mess The Middle East Really Is

    08/28/2013 6:49:05 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 19 replies
    Business Insider ^ | 08/28/2013 | MICHAEL KELLEY
     The Big Pharaoh, the preeminent Egyptian blogger, tweeted a chart that attempts to map the relations between different groups in the Middle East.As you can see, it is a convoluted mess. The red lines show who hates whom, the blue lines show who supports whom, and the green lines show who has no clue about a group. @TheBigPharoahThere are a few issues with the chart, some of which were pointed out by readers of the Washington Post. Israel may technically be at war with Syria but "does not feel it can trust the Sunni-dominated rebel forces any more than it can...