Is this the cause of Sudden Adult Death Syndrome? 70% of mice died in 10 minutes

A study from 2005 may explain all

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We’ve all seen the videos of somebody who suddenly drops to the floor with heart problems. Often the videos are of footballers who drop so quickly that they can’t even stretch their arms out to protect themselves. Sadly, there is nothing that can be done and they die on the spot.

This is being called Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS) or Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome.

Whilst SADS certainly occurred pre-pandemic it seems to be happening much more frequently. As with many pandemic issues there is a lot of gas-lighting over whether SADS is actually occurring more. This ONS FOI request shows that, whilst numbers are fortunately small, the rate of death has almost doubled in 2020 and 2021 versus the four year pre-pandemic average.

For ‘R96 - Other sudden death, cause unknown’, pre-pandemic this averaged around 52 deaths per year, whilst in 2020 there were 95 deaths and in 2021, 100 deaths.

It is also telling that the page about SADS, on the British Heart Foundation’s website, only appeared in November 2021.

So, it looks like SADS has been increasing but what could be causing it?

In a recent interview with Stephanie Seneff, she referenced a study from 2005 which looked at mice with myocarditis. Well, the mice didn’t have myocarditis, that would be far too humane. They were exposed to a virus that caused them to suffer from myocarditis.