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  • Georgia 17 hours ago
    Similar to the last post, this one shows the biggest outliers in Georgia. They mostly came after about 4 am GMT or 11pm Georgia time. Each of them had election swinging magnitude, like all battleground states, Trump had no...
  • Michigan Vote Fraud one day ago
    The NYT published live data from Edison Research on their website.   Each entry withing this data is county or precinct based reporting of vote totals from the counted batches as they were completed.  There are very significant...
  • While every single media outlet prefaces any claim of vote fraud, they use the words unsubstantiated or without evidence or any other strongly worded claim trying to TRICK you into believing there is, in fact, no evidence...
  • Extreme States Sat, 28 Nov 20, 5:49am
    I find the previous post today more interesting but I wanted to put this up. The following entries in the voting record during the election count were all 4X the rounding error and comprised of at least 85% Biden votes. Basically,...
  • More ‘no-evidence’ to Ponder Sat, 28 Nov 20, 3:29am
    I’ve been continuing to work with this New York Times voting data and have found a number of bits of data which are a bit interesting. From my previous post, this data is presented as live information to the news outlets....
  • Vote Anomalies in Pennsylvania Tue, 24 Nov 20, 2:33pm
    So we have accusations flying, reports of late night votes being dumped off in Michigan and Pennsylvania that were 100% Biden. Until the affidavits are presented in court, we will see little of what happened. I did find one...
  • You think he doesn’t talk about vote fraud concepts all day long. I do. He’s just a little confused — and he told the truth — again. Secondly, we’re in a situation where we have put together —...
  • So Joe Biden Got Caught Sat, 17 Oct 20, 11:29pm
    Don’t know how this stuff escapes the FBI. The Federal Bureau of Investigations. I mean, they investigate stuff right? Big stuff, doesn’t matter who did it “stuff”. These are powerful people, they...
  • By Nic Lewis An interesting new paper by Marc Lipsitch and co-authors, “Cross-reactive memory T cells and herd immunity to SARS-CoV-2”, has recently been published.[1] It discusses immunological and epidemiological...
  • So I do enjoy stirring things up a little. My last post was Assassination!! Really just to make you think, but I don’t believe it to be unreasonable in any way to assume this Rose garden event could have happened with...
  • Assassination Sun, 4 Oct 20, 9:02am
    So Trump has COVID. He followed all CDC guidelines, still got it. The problem I have is that I’ve seen COVID and while it is very very contagious. It cannot infect 12 people, or however many there actually were in contact...
  • By Nic Lewis I showed in my May 10th article Why herd immunity to COVID-19 is reached much earlier than thought that inhomogeneity within a population in the susceptibility and in the social-connectivity related infectivity...
  • By Nic Lewis Much fuss has been made in the UK, not least by teachers’ unions, about recommencing physical school attendance. As this issue applies to many countries, I thought it worth highlighting research findings...
  • Politics discussion thread Thu, 3 Sep 20, 11:18am
    by Judith Curry It’s time for a politics thread, to deflect the political comments that are sneaking into the technical threads. Have at it.  U.S. presidential politics is an obvious topic.  Interesting things going...
  • by Judith Curry Some additional articles and events to discuss. This is a bit thin, but we needed a new thread and I am short of time. Cliff Mass fired by NPR from his local radio show [link] The cancel … Continue reading...
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