Lockdown has turned us back to superstition

We are often told that restrictions are necessary in order due to worrying variants etc. But is that really “following the science”? I think the lockdowns have rather turned us back towards a dark age of superstition. Links Telegraph article about lockdowns in Germany InProportion2 list of studies on lockdowns Spiked article about Peru My […]

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SAGE and the prophets of doom

One of the things we’ve got used to over the last 15 months is headlines telling us scientists warn against – well, just about everything to do with covid. But how accurate are their warnings? And why are they so doom-laden? Links Spectator Data Tracker “How did Sage get it so wrong?” by Prof Philip […]

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Hugging and expert overreach

It seems to me when experts are telling us what basic physical contact is and is not safe for us, we have a problem. Links I didn’t mention this in the video, but there are lots of benefits to hugging – see this website for example. I wrote about experts here earlier on in the […]

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Why the obsession with masks?

One of the most puzzling things of the last 12 months is this: why is it that some people, especially the government, are so obsessed with masks? Why do people treat them as if they’re the only thing standing between us and disaster? Links I mention in the video: UsForThem – https://usforthem.co.uk/open-letters/no-masks-in-class Swiss Doctor – […]

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