Great Barrington Declaration
Total 6 Posts
The current government narratives are based on the value system that loss of health and life is inevitable, and that we can only delay this and not prevent it. None of this is true and we need to call this out.
Stories of reaching herd immunity were certainly premature. We may easily have “the next India” just around the corner. How much excess death must we see before global cooperations overcome the “me first” approaches from the wealthier countries?
Let’s talk about where Covid-19 variants are coming from and under what circumstances, and how we can prevent a nightmare scenario of a never-ending pandemic.
There aren’t two sides to public health science on pandemic control – There’s science and there’s wrong.5 min read
Some nations successfully controlled the virus, without a vaccine, using science-based measures, acting fast, and having great leaders who followed the science... and there is the United States and the UK who listened to ‘dissident’ scientists and their failed ‘herd immunity’ strategy.
Why the United States is better off as a nation without Dr Scott Atlas involved in public health policy, Dr Ashish K. Jha argues.
Professor Christina Pagel’s very informative, factual, and well-reasoned take-down of Lord Jonathan Sumption’s Guardian opinion article on lockdowns, infection rates, herd immunity, protecting the NHS and the economy.