TV executive Luca Panerai; costume designer Teresa Ricci; restaurateur Alberto Biancalana ("scared to death by a Moroccan with a stick"); 15 "died suddenly" at home; 8 "died suddenly" at work; & more
One of the worrying aspects in reading the above tragedies is the matter of organ donation. Thinking about it - will this act of 'kindness' end up being a death sentence for the receivers of these organs ? Just a thought. Long term, we have absolutely no idea at all what the consequences will be, from accepting organs from inoculated people. I did read somewhere, that some people are already donating their own blood before an operation, just in case they need a transfusion. It got me thinking - blood / organs ????? Or maybe I've just become too paranoid 😖😖 Do forgive me - I live in the death camp of Europe (Italy) and so I have to see and hear this every day.
One thing Mr. Miller should look into is the feasibility of doing a similar search for sudden deaths in an earlier year. Have one of his teams, say, the Italy or Canada one, lay-off the present fatalities research for a week or two, and together with an internet research expert, go back and try to do the same analysis on say, the first two weeks of November 2004 or 2017. What is the result? If we're tracking the same keywords in news stories and obituaries, do we turn up anything comprable? Say, a listing half as long? Two-thirds as long? Only a quarter or a fifth as long?
Relatedly, does anyone know what the best past posts have been on the New from Underground "methodology" or "shared research practices" in the compiling of these lists?