My very first "Stack", the journey will be definitely be an interesting carpet ride.
I have been in the corporate world for the past 20 years, most of that focused on implementing critical communications systems within hospitals, universities, and military sites. I have been around power points, dashboards, and excel files used to display data for that entire time period; and you have blown me away with your skillset in that area from the time you came on the scene. If I had to formulate a team to plead my case, you would be at the top of it, and at this moment there is none more important that the one you are tackling. Keep up the amazing work, and knowing the time you take to break your workflow down as you do so is much appreciated!!!
Looking forward to diving into the amazing tool you've built! My questions center around VAERS as a decision-making tool, am hoping someone from General Dynamics will also join the discussion to address recordkeeping anomalies
Albert! So great to see you on The Stack! Welcome, baby. Now go get 'em!
So glad you are well - I check your bitchute a few times a month and was getting worried when you hadn't posted.
Now on the stacks, eh? Like you needed one more thing to do........but love seeing you here too.
Been hearing your temps aren't much different than ours in the Last Frontier - stay warm, I know you'll never chill out on your duty!
How many COVID reports have been reported by VAERS since the rollout in December 2020? In other words, how many reports are the 950,000 adverse events (symptoms) based on?
Just watched the Open VAERS Story on rumble The OpenVAERS Story - Round Table w/ Liz Willner and Jessica Rose, PhD (https://rumble.com/v24njuy-the-openvaers-story-round-table-w-liz-willner-and-jessica-rose-phd.html)
You may have covered it already, but do you think the "Symptom" on kids' reports "Product administered to person of inaproppriate age" may be a signal that some reports of actual AE were re-classified in that way b/c they technically didn't fit within the then-available framework (before kids' EUA), and thus many children's AE reports were "written over" and therefore, essentially, erased?