Some of our latest posts. More can be found on our Blog.
- Our latest national pictureThis week we were contacted by someone far more adept at spreadsheets. So redoing our figures just got easier, we now have a fairly good overview of the national picture and… Read more: Our latest national picture
- CSO admits excess deaths and endorses RIP.ie but…Kilkenny accountant Patrick E. Walsh continues his sleuthing. His most recent exploration of the October 4th Central Statistics Office (CSO) publication suggests ‘Official Ireland’ could be angling to ‘disappear’ the growing… Read more: CSO admits excess deaths and endorses RIP.ie but…
People are noticing more deaths recently within their own social circles. But, with media and public health officials silent on the matter, some are assuming it’s just a run of bad luck.
However, more and more people feel there’s something wrong — and are turning to RIP.ie to check their county’s trends in death notices.
We aim to contribute to and assist this growing movement by sharing:
As we discuss in Rationale, we are aware there are issues with using RIP.ie data which mean our work can not be definitive.
So we are merely offering this project as a ‘broad-strokes’ overview – checking for signals that might suggest something’s going on that warrants further conversation and investigation.
This January 2023 interview was our inspiration.