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  1. I submit the above post to provoke thought, not to begin a discussion with the intention of hijacking the forum. This is my final statement on this topic.
  2. The CEO of One America insurance company, based in Indianapolis, says "death rates are up 40% over what they were pre-pandemic." These are not direct Covid deaths: https://www.thecentersquare.com/indiana/indiana-life-insurance-ceo-says-deaths-are-up-40-among-people-ages-18-64/article_71473b12-6b1e-11ec-8641-5b2c06725e2c.html A hypothesis is emerging that many will find troubling. As far I as I can tell, the data is well documented but would take some time to verify independently: https://milomac.substack.com/p/excess-deaths-versus-percent-vaccinated?s=r https://www.beotchute.com/video/FLtkE3Syw3Gq/ https://www.globalresearch.ca/covid-19-vaccine-massacre-68000-increase-strokes-44000-increase-heart-disease-6800-increase-deaths-over-non-covid-vaccines/5775802 https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/covid19/excess_deaths.htm#dashboard
  3. Lifestyle and drug use would manifest as a gradual increase in deaths. Something else is causing the sudden, catastrophic spike we are seeing which began in 2021. Within my own circle, I am seeing more young people falling victim to heart attacks, strokes, and sudden cancers than I can ever remember. This is causing great concern within the insurance industry because it has emerged as a once in 500 year event which was not anticipated.
  4. The death rate is up dramatically in all age groups. Millennial excess mortality is just the signal that something is very wrong.
  5. Regarding census numbers: What will be the impact of the current spike in excess mortality? According to CDC and insurance company data, there has been an 84% increase in all cause mortality for millennials (ages 25-44) since the second half of 2021. Millennial deaths during this time have exceeded U.S. casualties in the Vietnam War. The spike is occurring in people 45 and older as well. Heart attacks, blood clots, neurological disorders, aggressive cancers are all exploding. Demographically, we are entering new, uncharted territory. https://stevekirsch.substack.com/p/ed-dowd-millennial-age-group-25-to?token=eyJ1c2VyX2lkIjo1NTI2NzMzOSwicG9zdF9pZCI6NTAzMzkzMjQsIl8iOiJrRHc4SyIsImlhdCI6MTY0NzMxOTUyMiwiZXhwIjoxNjQ3MzIzMTIyLCJpc3MiOiJwdWItNTQ4MzU0Iiwic3ViIjoicG9zdC1yZWFjdGlvbiJ9.O0KhbdilVAWvxgkCJpXjNgtXE_kph8YGJz0QP7FIjyk&s=r
  6. A new office building in the works? https://richmondbizsense.com/2020/07/27/costar-eyes-new-riverfront-office-building/
  7. How does this effect Dominion and it's headquarters in Richmond? https://www.cnbc.com/2020/07/05/warren-buffetts-berkshire-buys-dominion-energy-natural-gas-assets-in-10-billion-deal.html
  8. From the end of a Channel 6 story on the impending demolition: "A spokesperson for Dominion Energy says the company will announce at a later date what its plans are for the property." This does not sound encouraging to me. Considering what is happening to the global economy, are we looking at a parking lot for 20-30 years?
  9. The old Dominion building will come down on May 30: https://richmondbizsense.com/2020/03/20/implosion-date-set-for-dominion-energy-tower-downtown/
  10. Considering that we're probably heading into something even more disruptive than the Great Depression, what are the chances that a current tower renovated would be more valuable than a parking lot?
  11. A lot of cities seem to have bulked up their skylines in the 80s and then not changed much. For example, look at Columbus and Indianapolis, which have taller buildings than Richmond but really have not had much significant change. Taller additions to the skyline would do a lot for the psyche of the city in terms of a "big league" mindset. These things seem to be the result of unseen economic forces. For example, New York's recent development frenzy seems very unnatural. Unfortunately, I think there are some terrifying things happening on the global economic front that could really halt a lot of development everywhere.
  12. Another great Richmond drone video which hit YouTube recently:
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