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So the world didn't end, is there a way I can get this data?

Asked by XOIIO (18118points) January 10th, 2013

I was wondering if there is some way to get the information on the average number of births that occured a week before/after the end of the world was supposed to happen, and see the results of the average number of births within two weeks roughly 9 months from that day, to see if there was an increase, for some mysterious reason.

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wundayatta's avatar

Look for vital statistics data. Every nation publishes them. The US would probably be easiest to get, although you may have to wait a little bit. It hasn’t been long enough to tabulate the data yet.

YARNLADY's avatar

You’ll have to wait for the baby boom in September 2013.

ETpro's avatar

@XOIIO I think @YARNLADY‘s got it. Too early to ask. The needed numbers aren’t in yet.

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