Record life expectancy around the globe, with pockets of technology-driven increases in mortality, 2018

“How often have I said to you that when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth?”

Sherlock Holmes from “The Sign of the Four”, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, 1890

 

 

October 8, 2014 – Life expectancy in the USA hits a record high

September 29, 2016 – Average life expectancy in Taiwan hits record high

June 29, 2017 – Russian Life Expectancy Hits Record High

July 27, 2017 – Beijing’s average life expectancy hits record high

July 28, 2017 – Average life expectancy for Japanese women and men reached a new domestic record high in 2016

May 23, 2018 – U.S. Life Expectancy Will Likely Decline For Third Straight Year

 

 

January 9, 2018 – What the dip in US life expectancy is really about: inequality

January 17, 2018 – Life expectancy plummets in parts of UK, data reveals – Experts suggest decline in longevity in post-industrial towns has direct correlation with ‘public service cuts and austerity’

 

 

 

As levels of what Wilhelm Reich called “Positive Orgone Radiation” increase in the wider environment, and as levels of what he called “Dead Orgone Radiation” decrease in the wider environment, human lifespans are increasing to record levels, and animals in the wild are growing larger than at any time since record keeping began.

The human life expectancy records I’ve listed below can and are typically explained away as being a result of “better medical care” and “improving societal conditions.” However, those reasonings cannot be applied to the animal records. In fact, whenever those animal records are mentioned, no explanation whatsoever is being put forward as to what is driving them. Which I believe strongly supports my thesis.

Let’s consider an example from one of the stories that I’ve featured below, from Texas, headlined “San Antonio man smashes state record for dog snapper”:

“A San Antonio man came close to breaking the world record Sunday for the largest dog snapper fish ever caught. His catch weighed in at 22.82 pounds, just 1.2 pounds lighter than the 24-pounder holding the world record. The previous state record was 14.4 pounds.”

Adhering to the strict formula of the global news blackout surrounding this subject, they provided the numbers for the old and new records, but carefully hedged by withholding the percentage increase between them, as providing it would be much more impactful. So I had to do the math. It’s 58% larger than the previous record. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins.

In addition to boldly and tellingly omitting it, they do their best to keep your eyes off that stunning statistic by waving their arms and pointing to the fact that it wasn’t a world record.

That’s the best they’ve got at this point in the game, I’m afraid. And they make no mention of the fact that it’s part of a wider trend. That’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.”

Another article that I’ve appended below, on a record buck in Pennsylvania, says that the man who bagged it “scored more record-breaking deer in the past two years than during his past 12 years as an official scorer.”

Wait, what? Why? What, precisely, has been going on over the past two years in Pennsylvania that would lead to such a leap in deer records?

In conjunction with this sudden increase in animal records, we are seeing a broad trend of increasing human longevity. Significantly, those broad increases in longevity are truncated in certain places. I suggest that those decreases are primarily the result of Dead Orgone Radiation, aka Death energy, delivered via technology.

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. One of those variants is “unclear”.

That’s why one of the stories I’ve appended below reads “While experts were unclear on the exact causes for the fall (in life expectancy – ed), some have in the past pointed to rising obesity rates for stagnating life expectancy levels.”

I’m an average Joe – well, Jeff, anyway – with a day job, researching this stuff in my spare time. I would suggest that, with just a few hours of research, the truth of my thesis is already abundantly clear. And I think that my thesis is made even clearer by the pointillist pattern of serial obfuscation surrounding the evidence that support it.

Truth will out over time, as they say.

I think this subject is going to explode into wider awareness very shortly, to the dismay and subsequent ruin of the folks in charge.

Please consider doing what you can to spread the word and speed their already certain demise.

 

 

 

(Genesis 5:4-5) And the days of Adam after he had begotten Seth were 800 years…and all the days that Adam lived were 930 years.

(Genesis 5:7-8) And Seth lived after he begot Enos 807 years…and all the days of Seth were 912 years.

(Genesis 5:10-11) And Enos lived after he begot Cainan 815 years..and all the days of Enos were 905 years.

(Genesis 5:13-14) And Cainan lived after he begot Mahalaleel 804 years…and all the days of Cainan were 910 years.

(Genesis 5:16-17) And Mahalaleel lived after he begot Jared 830 years…and all the days of Mahalaleel were 895 years.

(Genesis 5:30-31) And Lamech lived after he begot Noah 595 years…and all the days of Lamech were 777 years.

(Note the decreasing ages down through time, supporting my thesis – ed)

 

1917 – The average height (of the ancient Hawaiians) was about five feet ten inches, and many of the chiefs were over six feet.

A skeleton from one of the ancient burial caves measured six feet seven and three quarter inches, and, as Bryan states, “there is sufficient evidence to establish the fact that men of even larger stature were by no means unusual.”

From “The Physique of the Ancient Hawaiians”, by V. MacCaughey

(Note the decrease in size down through time, supporting my thesis – ed)

 

October 8, 2014 – Life expectancy in the USA hits a record high – USA Today

 

March 3, 2015 – Italian Fisherman Catches 280-Pound Catfish in Po River

(They carefully say “280-pound” to avoid writing the highly-impactful and also searchable  “Record Catfish” in the headline – ed)

Italian fisherman Dino Ferrari now holds a 280-pound piece of fishing history.

(He doesn’t “hold a record“, he holds a “280-pound piece of fishing history.” So careful, so formulaic, so busted. – ed)

During a recent fishing trip along the Po River in northern Italy, Ferrari reeled in a massive catfish that’s one of the biggest ever caught, according to Popular Science. The catch weighed in at 280 pounds and was nearly 9 feet long, according to CNN.

Though it’s not the biggest catfish catch ever – that record belongs to a fisherman who hauled in a 342-pounder in Brazil – it was the biggest catfish caught using a spinning reel, the report added.

This particular breed of catfish can live for decades, Popular Science also said, so it’s always possible that this fish will gain a few pounds and get caught again, breaking its own record.

(The article carefully makes no mention of the previous spinning-reel record – when it was set, what it was, or the percentage between the two. The last paragraph hedges to imply there’s just one big fish and everyone’s catching it over the years. – ed)

 

September 29, 2016 – Average life expectancy in Taiwan hits record high

Life expectancy in Taiwan reached a record high of 80.2 years in 2015, up from 79.84 years in 2014

 

June 29, 2017 – Russian Life Expectancy Hits Record High

 

July 27, 2017 – Beijing’s average life expectancy hits record high – GBTimes

 

July 28, 2017 – Average life expectancy for Japanese women and men reached a new domestic record high in 2016, with both sexes ranking second in the world.

 

December 8, 2017 – Humans Have Reached the Peak of Our Height, Lifespan and Physical Fitness

 

January 4, 2018 – Pa. deer shot on state game lands shatters old state record

A deer shot on state game lands in Westmoreland County is now the biggest Pennsylvania buck in the typical archery category.

Ron Shaulis from West Newton harvested the deer on Oct. 24, 2017 after he shot it with his compound bow from a tree stand 30 yards away. Bob D’Angelo, the Big Game Scoring coordinator with the Pennsylvania Game Commission, announced over a livestream that the winning rack was 185 4/8 inches. This beat the prior record of 178 2/8 inches.

During the livestream, D’Angelo said he’s scored more record-breaking deer in the past two years than during his past 12 years as an official scorer.

“These are just incredible times to be a deer hunter in this state,” D’Angelo said.

(Adhering to the standard protocol of the global news blackout surrounding the subject, they provided the numbers for the old and new records, but carefully hedged by withholding the percentage increase between them, as providing it would be much more impactful, and go badly off message re: Poor Mother Gaia dying, and all. So I had to do the math. It’s 4% larger than the previous record. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins. Uses the general “shatters” to describe a specific  –  and carefully-unmentioned – 4% increase. As you may recall, generality is a hallmark of propaganda. – ed)

The article does not suggest any reason for the increase in record deer, and makes no mention of the fact that it’s part of a wider trend. That’s a propaganda technique called “compartmentalization.” – ed)

 

January 9, 2018 – What the dip in US life expectancy is really about: inequality

 

January 17, 2018 – Life expectancy plummets in parts of UK, data reveals

Experts suggest decline in longevity in post-industrial towns has direct correlation with ‘public service cuts and austerity’

In Torridge, Devon, male life expectancy dipped to 79.2 years – a decline of more than a year. Hartlepool saw a similar decline of more than 12 months to 76.4. In Amber Valley, Derbyshire, female life expectancy dropped by more than a year to 82.4 compared to 2015’s figures.

 

May 23, 2018 – U.S. Life Expectancy Will Likely Decline For Third Straight Year

 

June 5, 2018 – San Antonio man smashes state record for dog snapper

A San Antonio man came close to breaking the world record Sunday for the largest dog snapper fish ever caught. His catch weighed in at 22.82 pounds, just 1.2 pounds lighter than the 24-pounder holding the world record.

The previous state record was 14.4 pounds.

(Adhering to the standard protocol of the global news blackout surrounding the subject, they provided the numbers for the old and new records, but carefully hedged by withholding the percentage increase between them, as providing it would be much more impactful, and go badly off message re: Poor Mother Gaia dying, and all. So I had to do the math. It’s 58% larger than the previous record. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins.  Uses the general “smashes” to describe a specific – and carefully unmentioned – 58% increase. As you may recall, generality is a hallmark of propaganda. – ed)

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