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The Vietnam War (Vietnamese: Chiến tranh Việt Nam), also known as the Second Indochina War, and in Vietnam as the Resistance War Against America (Vietnamese: Kháng chiến chống Mỹ) or simply the American War, was a conflict in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia from 1 November 1955 to the fall of Saigon on 30 April 1975.
At the time of the April 1, 1999 Census, the population of Vietnam stood at just over 76 million, making it the 13th largest country in the world. From 1979 to 1999, nearly 24 million people were added to the country’s population. But, despite the addition of over 1 million people per year, the rate of growth of Vietnam’s population has been slowing dramatically. By the end of the 1990s, the growth rate declined to its lowest point since reunification of the north and south in 1975: 1.4 percent per year in 2000.
The 77 million babies born between 1946 and 1964 are referred to as the Baby Boomers.
Dropping Birth Rate After 1964
From 1973 on, Generation X was nowhere near as populous as their parents. The total births rose to 3.6 million in 1980 and then 4.16 million in 1990. For 1990 on, the number of births has remained somewhat constant – from 2000 to now, the birth rate has hovered at 4 million annually. It’s amazing that 1957 and 1961 are the peak birth years in raw number of births for the nation even though the total national population was 60% of the current population. Obviously, the birth rate among Americans has dropped precipitously.
The birth rate per 1000 population in 1957 was 25.3. In 1973, it was 14.8. The birth rate per 1000 rose to 16.7 in 1990 but today has dropped to 14.
Current US life expectancy figures match 2010 (78.6 years)
Since 1960, US life expectancy has risen 8.7 years
This could be the first decade the US sees zero increase
Some people are getting a bit confused, Covid does exist, but what I mean by it not existing is the fact that all deaths are actually accounted for. So I am adding what I just posted below.. to explain EXACTLY what I mean
If a person gets shot because someone can't afford food because the lockdowns happened and they lost their job due to "covid". Doesn't mean covid killed someone. But that is what I mean by it doesn't exist. All current deaths are accounted for, and its not a virus.
originally posted by: BlackArrow
a reply to: MykeNukem
You can hide both real and fake in the statistics. That large of a population will easily hide any negative effects of the vaccine should there be any. As well as anything else they might come up with.
If left untreated, or in more severe cases, influenza B can cause:
myocarditis, or heart inflammation