Correlation between wireless technology rollouts and epidemics

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RolloutTechnologyOutbreakK deathsDescriptionIdentification
1886Alternating current18891000Asiatic/Russian fluH3N8, H2N3, OC43 (cv) (Uncertain)
1917Radio waves19182000-5000Spanish fluH1N1
1936-1945 Radar1947Pseudopandemic
1956Remote TV controller
Atomic power plants
1957-19581100Asian fluH2N2
1968Satellites in Van Allen Belt19681000-4000Hong Kong fluH3N2
1976Apple first PC1977Russian fluH1N1
19811G1982-1983 FMD*, HIVH3N2, H1N1
19922G1992-1993“They wanted to hide these 2 flu outbreaks?”A(H3N2), B influenza => Death vaccine*
1992-1993Hanta virus (4 corners)
2001-20093G2001Bird fluH1N2
2009-20124G201018,5 (lab confirmed)
Swine fluH1N1
Mapping pandemics to the electrification of our world.

*FMD: foot-and-mouth disease

*Death vaccine: The 1992-93 influenza vaccine contained A/Texas/36/91(H1N1), A/Beijing/353/ 89(H3N2), and B/Panama/45/90. For the 1993-94 season, the influenza A(H3N2) component was updated to the A/Beijing/32/92(H3N2) strain, and the influenza A(H1N1) and B components were retained. For 1994-95, the influenza A(H3N2) component in the vaccine was updated to A/Shangdong/09/93, and the influenza A(H1N1) and B components were retained.

*MERS: South Korea, Saudi-Arabia +- 500 deaths.
Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS), also known as camel flu.

Claire Edwards did a breakdown of the electrification of the world, inspired by Arthur Firstenberg’s “The Invisble Rainbow”.

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