I have no idea what you are referring to, sorry : (.
Is there an insinuation here SB? (only kiddin') : ). It seems you probably had little time to formulate your position in this post e.g. I don't understand which vid you are referring to for one (Joe Rogin vid?) .. for example.
At some point I thought our discussion delved into VAERS data after you flagged it up and the effects thereof. You probably missed my sarky comments thereafter since they were relatively nuanced.
Ultimately, as I said, this data seems to be all we had and your commentator shot it down (ranted) as totally unreliable since VAERS is used by all and sundry (btw including doctors, if they can be bothered and if they actually know the system – most don’t, it seems and the nurses complain) and we have nothing else. It is a rubbish dump, and one cannot be bothered to sift through it (sark).
Since our discussion is not standing still from my perspective, can you please evaluate the following (you didn't pick up my post since it is way down):
Just came across this report from NIMS. Possibly more reliable than VAERS, UK study:
The graphs of incidents of Myocarditis for under 40s seem remarkably similar to Vinay's analysis of VAERS data unless it's my biased optical illusion : ). Is there anything in it?
At least you have a worse record than mine. For example, I gave you a number of myocarditis incidents in sports, especially football - a relatively long list if you recall. I did say it was anecdotal since we had no back-up medical evidence. Meanwhile it is a lil’ bit more than your couple of incidents on offer in passing (eyes roll). No comparison. Why do you think there is only 66-75% odd uptake of vaccines in sports – never mind Djokovic (100 % should be the norm, no? : ). Just being playful ...