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Old 03-24-2023, 12:15 AM   #331
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NBC News Mourns the Sudden Death of Top Editor, Leaves Behind Wife and 3 Kids

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Maybe as journalists die off, they will start to do some investigative reporting like they used to do.
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Old 03-26-2023, 10:01 PM   #332
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Utah State Football Player Suffers Sudden Cardiac Arrest

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It's fine! Happens all the time

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Old 03-26-2023, 11:54 PM   #334
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WITHOUT an autopsy you don't know a thing..Cherry picking doesn't cut it.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6565486/

https://openheart.bmj.com/content/3/1/e000321
Conclusions The overall estimated incidence of sudden unexpected death may account for approximately 10% of all deaths classified as ‘natural’. Women have a lower estimated incidence of sudden unexpected death than men. However, we found no major differences in age or comorbidities between men and women. African-Americans and young women with coronary disease are at risk for sudden unexpected death.

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Of 1319 cases identified, 92% had an autopsy. We removed incomplete cases, leaving 1132 analyzable deaths (889 infants, 243 children). The SDY rate for infants was 120/100 000 live births and for children was 1.9/100 000 children. Explained Cardiac rates were greater for infants (2.7/100 000 live births) than children (0.3/100 000 children). The pediatric Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP) mortality rate was 0.2/100 000 live births and children. Blacks comprised 42% of infant and 43% of child deaths but only 23% of the population. In all ages, myocarditis/endocarditis was the most common Explained Cardiac cause; respiratory illness was the most common Explained Other cause. SDY occurred during activity in 13% of childhood cases.

https://www.emro.who.int/emhj-volume...rticle-04.html
quote: ABSTRACT Sudden death is non-violent, unexpected death occurring less than 24 hours from the onset of symptoms. In this retrospective descriptive study we report the frequency and main causes of sudden deaths in relation to total deaths at a large university hospital in the Eastern region of Saudi Arabia over a 6-year period. The medical files of 1273 consecutive deaths were retrospectively investigated and showed 223 (17.5%) cases of sudden death. Males were 56.0% of cases. The incidence of sudden death was highest in the 2 age extremes (32.2% were infants and 31.4% were elderly). There was a seasonal variation, with the highest incidence (29.6%) during spring followed by summer (25.1%). The most important direct causes of sudden death were cardiovascular diseases in 59.2% of cases, respiratory disease in 24.7%, diabetes mellitus in 23.8%, liver disease in 23.3% and infectious disease in 20.2%.

Deal with FACTS not silly conjecture
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Old 03-26-2023, 11:59 PM   #335
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happens in young people as well.

https://www.healthychildren.org/Engl...iac-Death.aspx

What causes sudden cardiac arrest in young people?
Not all causes of sudden cardiac arrest in children and young adults is known, but may include:

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Usually inherited and often undiagnosed, this is the most common cardiovascular cause of SCA in young people. Muscle cells in the heart's lower chambers, called ventricles, thicken. This can cause abnormal heart rhythm, especially during exercise. Other types of pediatric cardiomyopathy may also play a role.

Coronary artery abnormalities. Defects in the way the coronary arteries connect to the heart can lead to decreased blood supply to heart muscle during exercise and cause cardiac arrest. Young people with coronary artery abnormalities usually are born with them but may not notice any symptoms until they are older.

Primary arrhythmias. In people with structurally normal hearts, sudden cardiac arrest can sometimes be caused by undiagnosed genetic conditions that affect the heart's electrical impulses. For example, these include:

Long QT syndrome. A heart rhythm condition that can cause fast and chaotic heart rhythm.

Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome. An extra electrical pathway in the heart creates a detour that can make it pump very fast.

Arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia (ARVD). With this inherited condition, some of the heart's muscle tissue gets replaced with scar tissue.

Myocarditis. Usually triggered by an infection, myocarditis means the walls of the heart are inflamed. Most myocarditis cases in children happen when a virus such as an enterovirus gets into the heart. It can also be caused by bacterial, fungal or parasite infections, and allergic reactions to some medications.

Marfan syndrome. This connective tissue disease can lead to tears in the heart's aortic blood vessel. People born with the condition, who tend to be tall and have long arms, may not realize they have it.

Commotio Cordis is caused by a blow to the chest directly over the heart at certain points in the heartbeat cycle. It can happen in kids with completely normal hearts. Commotio cordis is more common in sports with projective objects such as baseball, ice hockey and lacrosse.
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It used to be front page, worldwide news when a fit, young athlete dropped dead or was hospitalized with a heart attack.

Now it happens every other day.

You're right.

Nothing to see here. Move along folks.
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It used to be front page, worldwide news when a fit, young athlete dropped dead or was hospitalized with a heart attack.

Now it happens every other day.

You're right.

Nothing to see here. Move along folks.
Just wait until younger letter carriers start dropping dead, it will be hell to pay.
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Old 03-27-2023, 01:33 AM   #338
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WITHOUT an autopsy you don't know a thing..Cherry picking doesn't cut it...

Deal with FACTS not silly conjecture
Re: Autopsies --

A group of scientists in Germany recently started doing forensic autopsies at the request of family members of the died suddenly.

They have been examining tissue samples taken from the deceased under a microscope.

They recently started publishing images of vaccine damaged tissue from many different parts of the body.

I posted about this last week in post #325 here.

--Below is a re-post:

Shannon Joy interviews Dr. Robert Chandler who talks about the forensic autopsies performed by The Burkhardt Group in Germany:
https://twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1yoKMZMvkwNGQ

If you don't want to watch the entire video, watch from about the 20:00 mark to about 42:15.

20:00 to 39:00, Background discussion about mechanisms of harm evidenced by forensic autopsies performed by The Burkhardt Group in Germany.

40:00 to 42:15, Dr. Robert Chandler:
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Proof comes through repetition over time. And the Burkhardt Group has got a good start on a proof.

And if we're in a court of law looking at the Burkhardt studies and some of the others...

We say proof to a reasonable degree of medical probability.

That's how you declare it in court.

Meaning the best analysis we can do makes us believe it's more probable than not that this is a causative agent.

Is that a proof?

Well it's getting pretty close to proof.

Proof comes over time.
Link to a Substack post by Dr. Robert Chandler where you can download a large (212 mb) .pdf file of a recent presentation by Burkhardt:

"Histopathological reevaluation of serious adverse events and deaths following COVID-19 vaccination", Burkhardt Part 2:
https://robertchandler.substack.com/...eevaluation-of


TLDR, the clickable thumbnail below is a screenshot I took from page 5 of the .pdf and gives you the short version.

--end repost.


Suggestion: Take the time to look at the above linked to downloadable pdf.

If nothing else, LOOK AT THE IMAGES of vaccine damaged tissue.

For example the second clickable thumbnail below is from page 14 of the pdf. This is their description:
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Strong and distinct expression of Spike in the vascular endothelium of a small arteriole
The third clickable thumbnail is also from page 14 of the pdf. This their description of the tissue shown on the left-hand side:
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Inner part of these vessels has strong production of Spike protein that elicits a strong immunological reaction with destruction of endothelium. (Autoimmunity). Destruction of endothelium may be a major factor of the adverse effects of this vaccination.
This is their description of the image showing the tissue sample on the right-hand side:
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Swelling of the endothelium associated with impaired perfusion (circulation) in a lower leg eight months following vaccination. Endothelium clearly expresses Spike. Occluded vessel on the right.
The fourth clickable thumbnail is from page 15 of the pdf. This is their description:
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Aorta showing expression of Spike protein involving the endothelium (inner cell lining) and myofibroblastic (damaged heart muscle is replaced by fibrous tissue made by these cells) cells.
It's telling.


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Olympic Sprint champion Torie Bowie dead at 32....

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There have been so many in the last week or two, I've lost track.

Ho hum...many of them athletes too...ex-NFL guy the other day at 32 (Ronald Powell)...champion body builder died today at 49...probably the steroids, right? Or maybe illicit drugs? Or maybe rock climbing?
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