Fake statistics constantly on the Fake News Mainstream media.
Virus deaths, for example, or obesity, diabetes, diet, exercise,...
Study the lives of Negroes in America and their mortality statistics as published by government.
Does not jive with the fake news media on TV.
Tables of numbers are not readable or understandable on youtube or any other video platform.
Read by sunlight good for your eyes.
I started studying epidemiological statistics in elementary school.
Various Almanacs and encyclopedias.
I got 1 by my bed now,
and other big books of statistics piled in the corner.
Costs a few dollars for enormous amounts of data.
Requires no electronics or electricity to read, easy on eyes.
Can find real cheap used or free.
The best data will be in computer databases that are harder to access.
Some pdf articles will summarize this and related discussions.
Can be better if you spend the time to locate.
Library a good place to start.
You will not find much in any news reports or youtube videos.
Possibly cdc has such data, but it may be hidden behind a paywall.
Youtube may have a good video but no way to find it.
Dr Shiva may never have seen the original data or the right video.
He starts out talking about politics.
Motivation is politics, not science.
I used email in 1973
communicating from Massachusetts to Alaska.
Where's all the statistics about the regular flu?
How come all the normal causes of death statistics have gone down?
Why have suicide deaths gone way up?
Why has domestic violence gone way up?
V. A. Shiva Ayyadurai
is an Indian-American scientist, engineer, politician, entrepreneur,
and promoter of conspiracy theories
and unfounded medical claims.
He is notable for his widely discredited claim to be the "inventor of email",
based on the electronic mail software called "EMAIL" he wrote as a New Jersey high school student in the late 1970s.
Initial reports that repeated Ayyadurai's assertion
—from organizations such as The Washington Post and the Smithsonian Institution
—were followed by public retractions.
These corrections were triggered by objections from historians and ARPANET pioneers who pointed out that
email was already actively used in the early 1970s.
Ayyadurai also attracted attention for two reports:
the first questioning the working conditions of India's largest scientific agency;
the second questioning the safety of genetically modified soybeans.
During the COVID-19 pandemic,
Ayyadurai became known for a social media misinformation campaign about the coronavirus:
spreading conspiracy theories about the cause of coronavirus; promoting unfounded COVID-19 treatments;
and campaigning to fire Anthony Fauci for allegedly being a so-called "deep state" actor.
Ayyadurai holds four degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT),
including a Ph.D. in biological engineering, and is a Fulbright grant recipient.
He garnered 3.4% of the vote as an independent candidate in the 2018 United States Senate election in Massachusetts
and is running as a Republican in the 2020 U.S. Senate election in Massachusetts.