- Sep 15, 2007
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However, I can't fine a clear reference to the Management of a public company, which is a worry to my Bush lawyer mind.(1) For the purposes of this Act, a person conducts a business or undertaking--
(a) whether the person conducts the business or undertaking alone or with others, and(b) whether or not the business or undertaking is conducted for profit or gain.
Well saidWhat concerns me is the way pollies trumpet how many tests have been conducted. There is no value in that statistic as it only will tell you that you were negative at that point in time. You could walk out the door and contract the virus - and then there is the matter of false negatives (or positive) test results but nobody talks about that.
How many tests done in a day is statistically crucial when compared to how many positives turn up. 700 new infections from 10000 tests is not the same as 700 positives from 5000 tests. You can get useful information without knowing how many tests have been performed.Yes, there's value in testing, but no value in spouting off about how many you've done, and that was the point being made.
Yes there is but because the number of cases found increases directly with the number of tests done it confuses most peopleYes, there's value in testing, but no value in spouting off about how many you've done, and that was the point being made.
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I just made it simple and compared the deaths per 100,000. I know there is a percentage of people who have caught the virus and now have life-long illnesses which will end their lives decades earlier, but the people who have tested positive but gone back to their duties after some or no disability are in the same category and those who might catch the flu, and we could leave all our shops open fpor themTurbs. Your list only gives deaths. The numbers for cases is slightly different and with the number of cases increasing rapidly, we are going to see a rapid increase in deaths.
The big rise in Victoria has come after the quaratine and towers blowouts, and is centred around Meatworks and Aged Care Homes.It has taken less than a week for the Aussie death rate to double.
That's an importtant point which many in the community don't understand. In Victoria they have been testing negative then relaxing, mixing with extended family, playing sports etc then catching the virus and spreading it. That's also why this virus will be a sword over our heads until a vaccine is found.My point is just because you test negative today, doesn't mean that you wont test positive tomorrow.
The Medical industry knows this, and I've done enough ancestry research to see some odd death certificates, but often there are two notations, one of my ancestor's being Myocardial Infaction - Senility.The real problem with the statistics is the REAL cause of death may not be COVID but because people died with the disease and are consequently recorded as a COVID death when in fact an underlying co-morbidity is the real cause of death eg obesity, diabetes, cardio-vascular disease or mis-management in aged care. This is supported by Heath Department statistics.
Two major figures have moved out of their jobs so far; it's a bit like a war; people study in the military academies for years, but when a battle can put them in a position where they are a ball of fear, or see opportunities for a decisive action which wins the day. We certainly are in their hands, but the co-operative manner in which they are all working, would also have to be one of the reasons Australia is so high on the world rankings. We just have to fiond a way of motivating that last 5% who are delaying a financial recovery.After six months of this calamity I wonder about some of the central figures mental well being and consequently their capacity to make decisions out of fear and panic.