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8 Nov
@johananderberg @unherd Sweden relied more heavily on voluntary measures than other Scandinavian countries did, and, unfortunately, they paid a heavy price for it. Their death rate from Covid-19 was MUCH WORSE than neighboring countries, and 5.4× worse than those countries' average Covid-19 death rates.
@johananderberg @unherd Most Eastern European countries did even worse than Sweden, as did the United States and a few other Western European countries. But that certainly doesn't mean Sweden did well. The Swedish experiment was a disaster.
@johananderberg @unherd These figures for Sweden & neighbors are from Sept:

Norway:
850 deaths / 5,473,010 population = .016%

Finland:
1062 / 5,551,240 = .019%

Denmark:
2,634 / 5,817,126 = .045%

Sweden:
14,767 / 10,176,187 = .145%

That's almost as bad as the USA:
697,041 / 333,373,690 = 0.209%
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8 Nov
@TRF_Climate @WFP For the first time in human history, large scale, drought-induced famines no longer happen — in substantial part because of rising CO2 levels.

If you want to understand climate change & its impacts, you need balanced information:
tinyurl.com/learnmore4

@TRF_Climate @WFP This is what mankind's CO2 emissions are doing to the planet (NASA video):
@TRF_Climate @WFP CO2 emissions are changing whole ecosystems:

@NatGeo : "Vast swaths of North Africa are getting noticeably lusher due to warming temperatures, new satellite images show, suggesting a possible boon for people living in the driest part of the continent."
sealevel.info/Owen2009_Sahar…
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