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# Odds of Accidental Death

### Women Drivers Are a Serious Health Risk For Men Drivers

NASA estimated today, Tuesday, September 20, 2011, that there is one chance out of 3,200 of someone being hit by space debris from one of their defunct bus-sized satellites.  This compares to your lifetime odds of one out of 80 of being killed in a motor vehicle accident, one out of 3,286 of being killed in an airplane accident, and one out of 268,153 of dying from a snake bite.  It's one TRILLION times more likely that this debris will strike someone than it is that ONE Ashkenazi Jew would have an IQ of 122.

 Manner of Injury Deaths, 1996 One-year Odds Life-time Odds Probability per year Lifetime probability ALL INJURY DEATHS, E800-E999 150,298 1,765 23 0.0005665722 0.0434782609 All Accidental Deaths, E800-E949 94,948 2,794 37 0.0003579098 0.0270270270 Railway, E800-E807 565 469,529 6,170 0.0000021298 0.0001620746 Motor-vehicle, E810-E825 43,649 6,078 80 0.0001645278 0.0125000000 Pedestrian, .7 of E810-E825 6,028 44,009 578 0.0000227226 0.0017301038 Water transport, E830-E838 675 393,013 5,164 0.0000025444 0.0001936483 Drowning (excluded from drowning below), E830, E832 471 563,236 7,401 0.0000017755 0.0001351169 Other water transport, E831, E833-E838 204 1,300,412 17,088 0.0000007690 0.0000585206 Air and space transport, E840-E845 1,061 250,032 3,286 0.0000039995 0.0003043214 Poisoning by solids and liquids, E850-E866 8,872 29,901 393 0.0000334437 0.0025445293 Poisoning by gases and vapors, E867-E869 638 415,806 5,464 0.0000024050 0.0001830161 [Poisoning by solids, liquids, gases, vapors, E850-E869 ] 9,510 27,895 367 0.0000358487 0.0027247956 Complications, misadventures of surgical, medical care, E870-E879 2,919 90,882 1,194 0.0000110033 0.0008375209 Falls, E880-E888 14,986 17,702 233 0.0000564908 0.0042918455 Fire and flames, E890-E899 3,741 70,913 932 0.0000141018 0.0010729614 Excessive heat, E900 249 1,065,398 14,000 0.0000009386 0.0000714286 Excessive cold, E901 685 387,276 5,089 0.0000025821 0.0001965023 Hunger, thirst, exposure and neglect, E904 224 1,184,304 15,562 0.0000008444 0.0000642591 Poisoning by and toxic reaction to venomous animals, plants, E905 68 3,901,235 51,265 0.0000002563 0.0000195065 Venomous snakes, lizards, and spiders, E905.0, E905.1 13 20,406,462 268,153 0.0000000490 0.0000037292 Hornets, wasps and bees, E905.3 45 5,895,200 77,466 0.0000001696 0.0000129089 Other and unspecified animals, plants, E905.2, E905.4-E905.9 10 26,528,400 348,599 0.0000000377 0.0000028686 Other injury caused by animals, E906 107 2,479,290 32,579 0.0000004033 0.0000306946 Dog bite, E906.0 23 11,534,087 151,565 0.0000000867 0.0000065978 Other and unspecified injury by animal, E906.1-E906.9 84 3,158,143 41,500 0.0000003166 0.0000240964 Lightning, E907 63 4,210,857 55,333 0.0000002375 0.0000180724 Cataclysmic storms, and floods resulting from storms, E908 93 2,852,516 37,484 0.0000003506 0.0000266780 Cataclysmic earth surface movements and eruptions, E909 42 6,316,286 83,000 0.0000001583 0.0000120482 Other natural and environmental factors, E902, E903 19 13,962,316 183,473 0.0000000716 0.0000054504 Drowning, submersion (excluding water transport drownings above), E910 3,488 76,056 999 0.0000131482 0.0010010010 During sport or recreation, E910.0-E910.2 645 411,293 5,405 0.0000024314 0.0001850139 In bathtub, E910.4 330 803,891 10,564 0.0000012439 0.0000946611 Other, unspecified drowning, submersion, E910.3, E910.8, E910.9 2,513 105,565 1,387 0.0000094728 0.0007209805 [Drowning, all, E830, E832, E910 ] 3,959 67,008 881 0.0000149236 0.0011350738 Inhalation and ingestion of food, E911 1,126 235,599 3,096 0.0000042445 0.0003229974 Inhalation and ingestion of other object, E912 2,080 127,540 1,676 0.0000078407 0.0005966587 [Choking, E911-E912 ] 3,206 82,746 1,087 0.0000120852 0.0009199632 Mechanical suffocation, E913 1,114 238,136 3,129 0.0000041993 0.0003195909 Struck by falling object, E916 732 362,410 4,762 0.0000027593 0.0002099958 Struck against or by objects or persons, E917 171 1,551,368 20,386 0.0000006446 0.0000490533 Caught in or between objects, E918 71 3,736,394 49,098 0.0000002676 0.0000203674 Machinery, E919 926 286,484 3,765 0.0000034906 0.0002656042 Cutting or piercing instruments or objects, E920 97 2,734,887 35,938 0.0000003656 0.0000278257 Firearm missile, E922 1,134 233,937 3,074 0.0000042747 0.0003253090 Explosive material, E923 130 2,040,646 26,815 0.0000004900 0.0000372926 Fireworks, E923.0 9 29,476,000 387,332 0.0000000339 0.0000025818 Explosive gases, E923.2 49 5,413,959 71,143 0.0000001847 0.0000140562 Other and unspecified explosive material, E923.1, E923.8, E923.9 72 3,684,500 48,417 0.0000002714 0.0000206539 Hot substance or object, corrosive material and steam, E924 104 2,550,808 33,519 0.0000003920 0.0000298338 Electric current, E925 482 550,382 7,232 0.0000018169 0.0001382743 Other and unspecified accidents, E914, E915, E921, E926, E927, E928 2,984 88,902 1,168 0.0000112483 0.0008561644 Late effects (deaths more than one year after accident), E929 1,126 235,599 3,096 0.0000042445 0.0003229974 Adverse effects of drugs in therapeutic use, E930-E949 253 1,048,553 13,779 0.0000009537 0.0000725742 All Suicide Deaths, E950-E959 30,903 8,584 113 0.0001164958 0.0088495575 Suicide by firearm, E955.0-.4 18,166 14,603 192 0.0000684791 0.0052083333 All Homicide Deaths, E960-E969 20,634 12,857 169 0.0000777786 0.0059171598 Homicide by firearm, E965.0-.4 14,037 18,899 248 0.0000529129 0.0040322581 Legal Intervention, E970-E978 337 787,193 10,344 0.0000012703 0.0000966744 Undetermined Whether Accidentally or Purposely Inflicted, E980-E989 3,463 76,605 1,007 0.0000130540 0.0009930487 Deaths From Operations of War, E990-E999 13 20,406,462 268,153 0.0000000490 0.0000037292 Wives murdered by husbands 199 1,333,022 17,517 0.0000007502 0.0000570884 Children murdered by mothers 1,170 226,728 2,979 0.0000044106 0.0003356456 All children murdered 1,499 176,966 2,325 0.0000056508 0.0004300280 Children murdered by fathers 10 26,527,135 348,582 0.0000000377 0.0000028688 Men murdered by women 1,393 190,432 2,502 0.0000052512 0.0003996191 Additional men traffic fatalities due solely to higher accident rate of women drivers 6,266 42,335 556 0.0000236211 0.0017975688 Motor vehicle fatalities if only men drove all 1.5 trillion miles 34046.22 7,792 102 0.0001283449 0.0097670640 Motor vehicle fatalities if only White drinking men drove 14,104 18,808 247 0.0000531682 0.0040461076 Motor vehicle fatalities if only White drinking women drove 15,754 16,838 221 0.0000593882 0.0045194540 Motor vehicle fatalities if only black drinking men drove 29,932 8,862 116 0.0001128354 0.0085867905 Motor vehicle fatalities if only White non-drinking women drove 67,248 3,945 52 0.0002535065 0.0192918779 Motor vehicle fatalities if only White non-drinking men drove 120,346 2,204 29 0.0004536713 0.0345244518 Motor vehicle fatalities if only black non-drinking women drove 216,687 1,224 16 0.0008168504 0.0621624308 Motor vehicle fatalities if only black non-drinking men drove 255,395 1,039 14 0.0009627689 0.0732668504 US Population 265271352 Life Expectancy in US 76.1001447

Odds of Death Due to Unintentional Injury, Selected Causes, United States, 1996 (in rank order).  Note: Lines in italics are subcategories of other listed causes.

 Manner of Injury Deaths, 1996 One-year Odds Life-time Odds Probability per year Lifetime probability All Accidental Deaths, E800-E949 94,948 2,794 37 0.0003579098 0.0270270270 Motor-vehicle, E810-E825 43,649 6,078 80 0.0001645278 0.0125000000 Falls, E880-E888 14,986 17,702 233 0.0000564908 0.0042918455 Poisoning by solids, liquids, gases, vapors, E850-E869 9,510 27,895 367 0.0000358487 0.0027247956 Poisoning by solids and liquids, E850-E866 8,872 29,901 393 0.0000334437 0.0025445293 Pedestrian, .7 of E810-E825 6,028 44,009 578 0.0000227226 0.0017301038 Drowning, all, E830, E832, E910 3,959 67,008 881 0.0000149236 0.0011350738 Fire and flames, E890-E899 3,741 70,913 932 0.0000141018 0.0010729614 Drowning, submersion (excluding water transport drownings above), E910 3,488 76,056 999 0.0000131482 0.0010010010 Choking, E911-E912 3,206 82,746 1,087 0.0000120852 0.0009199632 Complications, misadventures of surgical, medical care, E870-E879 2,919 90,882 1,194 0.0000110033 0.0008375209 Inhalation and ingestion of other object, E912 2,080 127,540 1,676 0.0000078407 0.0005966587 Firearm missile, E922 1,134 233,937 3,074 0.0000042747 0.0003253090 Late effects (deaths more than one year after accident), E929 1,126 235,599 3,096 0.0000042445 0.0003229974 Inhalation and ingestion of food, E911 1,126 235,599 3,096 0.0000042445 0.0003229974 Mechanical suffocation, E913 1,114 238,136 3,129 0.0000041993 0.0003195909 Air and space transport, E840-E845 1,061 250,032 3,286 0.0000039995 0.0003043214 Machinery, E919 926 286,484 3,765 0.0000034906 0.0002656042 Struck by falling object, E916 732 362,410 4,762 0.0000027593 0.0002099958 Excessive cold, E901 685 387,276 5,089 0.0000025821 0.0001965023 Water transport, E830-E838 675 393,013 5,164 0.0000025444 0.0001936483 Drowning during sport or recreation, E910.0-E910.2 645 411,293 5,405 0.0000024314 0.0001850139 Poisoning by gases and vapors, E867-E869 638 415,806 5,464 0.0000024050 0.0001830161 Railway, E800-E807 565 469,529 6,170 0.0000021298 0.0001620746 Electric current, E925 482 550,382 7,232 0.0000018169 0.0001382743 Drowning In bathtub, E910.4 330 803,891 10,564 0.0000012439 0.0000946611 Adverse effects of drugs in therapeutic use, E930-E949 253 1,048,553 13,779 0.0000009537 0.0000725742 Excessive heat, E900 249 1,065,398 14,000 0.0000009386 0.0000714286 Hunger, thirst, exposure and neglect, E904 224 1,184,304 15,562 0.0000008444 0.0000642591 Struck against or by objects or persons, E917 171 1,551,368 20,386 0.0000006446 0.0000490533 Explosive material, E923 130 2,040,646 26,815 0.0000004900 0.0000372926 Other injury caused by animals, E906 107 2,479,290 32,579 0.0000004033 0.0000306946 Hot substance or object, corrosive material and steam, E924 104 2,550,808 33,519 0.0000003920 0.0000298338 Cutting or piercing instruments or objects, E920 97 2,734,887 35,938 0.0000003656 0.0000278257 Cataclysmic storms, and floods resulting from storms, E908 93 2,852,516 37,484 0.0000003506 0.0000266780 Caught in or between objects, E918 71 3,736,394 49,098 0.0000002676 0.0000203674 Poisoning by and toxic reaction to venomous animals, plants, E905 68 3,901,235 51,265 0.0000002563 0.0000195065 Lightning, E907 63 4,210,857 55,333 0.0000002375 0.0000180724 Explosive gases, E923.2 49 5,413,959 71,143 0.0000001847 0.0000140562 Hornets, wasps and bees, E905.3 45 5,895,200 77,466 0.0000001696 0.0000129089 Cataclysmic earth surface movements and eruptions, E909 42 6,316,286 83,000 0.0000001583 0.0000120482 Dog bite, E906.0 23 11,534,087 151,565 0.0000000867 0.0000065978 Other natural and environmental factors, E902, E903 19 13,962,316 183,473 0.0000000716 0.0000054504 Venomous snakes, lizards, and spiders, E905.0, E905.1 13 20,406,462 268,153 0.0000000490 0.0000037292 Fireworks, E923.0 9 29,476,000 387,332 0.0000000339 0.0000025818

Most of the above data is from the National Safety Council http://www.nsc.org/lrs/statinfo/odds.htm

The data highlighted in blue is from other sources.
What Are the Odds of Dying?
The tables were prepared in response to frequent inquiries, especially from the media, asking, "What are the odds of being killed by lightning?" or "What are the chances of dying in a plane crash?"
The first table lists all injury-related causes of death, including suicide and homicide, and shows them grouped by cause of death. The second table lists only unintentional causes and shows them in rank order from most likely to least likely which makes it easy to compare various causes. The data are for 1996 which is the latest year available.
Each table has four columns. The first column gives the manner of injury such as motor-vehicle crash, fall, fire, etc. The second column gives the total number of deaths nationwide in 1996 due to the manner of injury. The third column gives the odd of dying in one year due to the manner of injury. The fourth column gives the lifetime odds of dying from the manner of injury. Statements about the odds or chances of dying from a given cause of death may be made as follows:
The odds of dying from (manner of injury) in 1996 were 1 in (value given in the one-year odds column).
The life-time odds of dying from (manner of injury) for a person born in 1996 were 1 in (value given in the lifetime odds column).
For example, referring to the first line of the table below:
The odds of dying from an injury in 1996 were 1 in 1,765.
The lifetime odds of dying from an injury for a person born in 1996 were 1 in 23.
Source: National Safety Council estimates based on data from National Center for Health Statistics and U.S. Census Bureau. Deaths are classified on the basis of the Ninth Revision of "The International Classification of Diseases" (ICD). Numbers following titles refer to External Cause of Injury and Poisoning classifications in the ICD. Data for 1996 are the latest official figures. One year odds are approximated by dividing the 1996 population (265,284,000) by the number of deaths. Lifetime odds are approximated by dividing the one-year odds by the life expectancy of a person born in 1996 (76.1 years).
Odds of Death Due to Injury, United States, 1996
Note: Lines in italics are subcategories of other listed causes.
Lines enclosed in brackets, "[...]", are combinations of two or more lines shown elsewhere.

The risk of a woman dying of breast cancer is twice as great as the risk of her dying in a traffic accident.  If she has an abortion, her risk of dying of breast cancer increases 30% to 2.55 times that of dying in a traffic accident.  If she routinely wears a seatbelt, she reduces that risk of dying in a traffic accident, which increases her likelihod of dying from cancer if she has an abortion to 2.7 times the risk of dying in a traffic accident.  Wearing a seatbelt reduces her probability of dying in a traffic accident by 0.00001582, but having an abortion increases her probability of dying of breast cancer by 0.00018635, which means that the increase in her probability of death from an abortion is 12 times greater than the amount by which wearing a seatbelt reduces her probability of death.

For a woman who has an abortion to put on a seatbelt is about like using a sock to stop bleeding from the carotid artery, or putting a bandaid on a gunshot wound.

 Number of Deaths Probability of Death Traffic accident 43,500 0.00015818 Without seatbelt 0.00016609 With seatbelt 0.00015027 Difference 0.00001582 Cancer 539,533 0.00196194 Breast Cancer, Women Only 42,551 0.00031059 With abortion 0.00040377 Without abortion 0.00021741 Difference 0.00018635 Breast cancer:traffic accident 1.96350784 Breast cancer with abortion:traffic accident 2.5525602 Breast cancer with abortion:traffic accident without seatbelt 2.43100971 Breast cancer with abortion:traffic accident with seatbelt 2.68690547

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