Again you're lying. There is no basis to conclude that there are just minor errors. The census bureau states:
1 - the data is estimated
2 - that the data should be used with caution for making year to year comparisons.
And again, I never said that it cancels out anything. I said that you're doing exactly what they cautioned against and that we don't know all the reasons behind their cautionary statement. What you're doing is like someone taking death rates over a number of years and trying to extract the rate of pancreatic cancer, when the creators of the data say that it should be used for year to year comparison with caution. Unless you know all the details of why that caution was given, you'd have to be an idiot. And to continue the comparison, what you're doing is using those raw death rates to try to make some kind of case, instead of looking at the actual pancreatic cancer studies, how they were done, what data they used, what they concluded, etc.
Of course everything that dispels your "paradox" is frivolous when you're a troll. BTW, since you're so damned interested in this, why is it that another poster had to show you the links to some of the actual studies on cell phone usage and accidents? Studies where you could learn the data, methods, etc that they used. I know why, because like a crazed parrot, you'd rather squawk Paradox!