Wednesday, April 1, 2020
Amazing broad discussion scientific basis coronavirus - physicists Jim and Denis
Jim Larsen McLean and Denis Rancourt decided to openly discuss COVID-19 and the coronavirus. Both have physics academic backgrounds, and both are avid critical readers of medical research. Both are polymaths. On this topic, Denis did most of the talking.
First question: How do you know this is hysteria?
How do they know the cause of death?
Would they have died from a simple flu...?
In microbiology "everything is everywhere".
What does IFR mean, really?
Will we all die? How many?
How does dynamics of contagion work?
Is there no justification for lockdown?
Broad testing to know propagation...
EVOLUTION vs wrong thinking of attacking a virus!
DISTRIBUTED approach to combating disease
Two orders-of-magnitude in death-rate from measles
Nutrition vs stress and psychology
Pandemic industry and Black Plague
Fear vs geopolitics, and China
Many ways to exploit a pandemic
Mainstream-media synchronicity is no accident
Prof. Peter Gotzsche
HARM is both biological and against democracy
Long-term effects of ANTI-VIRUS-INTERVENTIONISM
4 BILLION YEARS of co-evolution
How many people will be killed by the lockdowns?
But this is not a flu!
Pandemic industry - Why now?
Politicians were rewarded for violating civil rights
RADICAL IDEAS about masks and everything
Future topic for Jim and Denis
Jim's YouTube channel:
Jim at Technical University of Denmark:
Denis' profile at ResearchGate:
Denis' profile at GoogleScholar:
Denis' articles at Dissident Voice:
Ontario Civil Liberties Association:
LINKS re scientists on coronavirus
Latest article in Lancet, March 30th:
This HK study may have influenced China, that it could be blamed...
I think that is why China over-reacted with a lockdown, which then cascaded into today's hysteria.
The CDC "test" protocol is flawed and not validated, approved under emergency exception. It was made in a total absence of a coronavirus standard, does not discriminate other viruses, the false-positive rate was not evaluated and is unknown.
Still my favorite, by Ioannidid: