>What Terrible Coronavirus Models Tell Us About Global Warming Modelshttps://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/04/14/nolte-what-terrible-coronavirus-models-tell-us-about-global-warming-models/
Let’s face it, the coronavirus models are terrible. Not just off, but way, way, way off in their predictions of a doomsday scenario that never arrived.
Experts, experts, experts, y’all…
What would America do without her precious experts?
That’s not to say that over 20,000 dead Americans is not a heartbreaking reality. That’s not even to say that parts of the country should not have been shut down. But come on…
We shut the entire country down using the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) models, and in doing so put 17 million (and counting) Americans out of work, shattered 17 million (and counting) lives, and… Well, take a look for yourself below.
For the CNNLOL-impaired… That gigantic hump is the IHME’s April 1 prediction of coronavirus hospitalizations. The smaller humps way, way, waaaay below that are the IMHE’s predictions of coronavirus hospitalizations after they were revised just a few days later on April 5, 7, and 9.
The green line is the true number of hospitalizations, starting with the whole U.S., and into the states.
Here’s the source of those figures.
So why does this matter? And why are we looking at hospitalizations?
Well, remember, the whole reason for shutting down the economy was to ensure our healthcare system was not overloaded. And it should be noted that these expert models are based on full mitigation, based on what did indeed happen, which was basically a full shutdown of the economy by way of a lockdown. And these models are still horribly, terribly wrong.