You didn’t study Epidemiology in School, and it’s never been a subject of interest to you since; but in the present situation it’s something we all need to know about. The science is not that difficult to follow. Continue reading Epidemiology for Dummies – What You Ought to Know.
A new study of thousands of hospitalized coronavirus patients in the New York City area, the epicenter of the outbreak in the United States, has found that nearly all of them had at least one major chronic health condition, and most — 88 percent — had at least two.
Norway has been hailed as almost the ultimate example of a successful lockdown which controlled the disease. Now the Norwegian Health Authority has released a sixty-page report on what really happened. Continue reading Norwegian Health Authority Report. This is Explosive!
Before you read further, if you haven’t already, please read the Dummies Guide to Epidemiology (here) and be sure you understand the three key elements – Continue reading What’s Really Happening in China? It Matters a Lot to Us.
Prof Johan Giesecke is the former Swedish state Epidemiologist and an adviser to the WHO. This is taken from a shorter version of his Lancet article published in the Spectator here. The words are Giesecke’s, the emphases are mine. Continue reading Prof Giesecke from Sweden Lances it in the Lancet.
My email correspondence started with a very interesting video by someone who is neither an Epidemiologist nor any kind of Medic. Titled 80% Cannot Catch Covid, the video, now sadly taken down, Continue reading Dr Wittkowski and Immunity From the Common Cold.
Dr Knut Wittkowski has found the errors in Prof. Ferguson’s calculations; the calculations with inflated numbers that started the Corona Panic. Ferguson has never been open, Continue reading Dr. Wittkowski Tracks Down the Errors that Caused the Lockdown.
After getting depressed by hundreds of irrational comments on the Facebook page attached to this site, I thought I’d put a post on the Epidemiologist’s Facebook Page, Continue reading Even Epidemiologists get Caught Up in the Hysteria? Here’s the Proof.