How many black swans are needed to destroy a hypothesis? If you are actually scientific, just one. Ivor Cummins explains this in five minutes during a recent talk with Irish nurses: However if you are a believer in Covid-19 public health policies, no amount of black swans will convince you. So, neither the recent outbreak … Continue reading One year on. Yet another black swan.
Dr. Paul Alexander reminds us of the New York Times piece from February. The headline message might cause some to question the CDC’s integrity. Potentially helpful from a freedom lovers point of view. However, the snippet he shared also implies better control of the virus could be achieved and more lives saved if we just … Continue reading The C.D.C. Isn’t Publishing Large Portions of the Covid Data It Collects
According to data and chart guy, Ian Miller. He seems to make a good case. What do you think? (P.S. He’s not saying it out loud, but his charts of the Canadian provinces, and Iceland, are each “black swans“. Ordinarily in science just one black swan would vanquish a hypothesis. But despite there now being … Continue reading Justin Trudeau Destroyed Canada to Extend Policies That Have Already Failed
… and “they and others who tested positive were placed in quarantine but the virus continued to circulate“… … what does that tell you about Covid testing, contact tracing, isolation and ‘vaccines’? Real Science: “We thought testing would help us manage outbreaks. We thought minimising interaction and isolating close contacts would help slow the spread. … Continue reading If a tested and vaccinated group of scientists in Antarctica experience a Covid outbreak 7 days after arriving…
For me, one of the most shocking features of recent times is that those of us who claim lockdowns and masks are an ineffective and disproportionate response (to a virus with an overall infection survival rate of 98.5%), are expected to prove every aspect of our case in minute detail – while those pushing lockdowns … Continue reading Ignoring The Obvious