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Swine flu and CDC coffins

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posted on May, 1 2009 @ 01:50 AM
Please mods put this where appropriate.

I want to point to this article.

and this video

TThe disparities between the developed and developing worlds during this period are striking. For example, in Denmark 0.2 percent of the population succumbed to the flu. In the United States, that figure is 0.3 percent (based on data from 24 states). In the Philippines, the mortality rate was 2.8 percent, in the Bombay region of India, 6.2 percent, and in central India, 7.8 percent, which was the highest rate of the countries and regions analyzed. According to this data then, from Denmark to central India, death rates from the 1918-1920 flu pandemic varied more than 39-fold.

Okay in the video the guy says that the mortality rate for the flu is around 5%, if that is a world wide average, based on what happened in 1918 than the developed nations deaths would be much less around .02 -.05 percent, Ok if the us Population is 304,059,724 around 152 029, so even if the death rate is much higher, fema has us covered with 500,000 plastic coffins.

Please someone check my math and look over the articles and video.

wait no would that be .2- .5% so that would be
.2% of 304 059 724 = 608 119.448

please check my logic here

[edit on 1-5-2009 by benrl]

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