John Ioannidis, is a Professor of medicine, epidemiology and population health. He discusses the expertise needed to manage a pandemic, including the limitations of computer modelling versus the unpredictable behaviour of infections. Hosted by IHU Méditerranée-Infection on YouTube.
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Jay Bhattacharya, Professor of Economics and Medicine at Stanford University, in conversation with Nick Hudson.
An Analysis Of The Human & Economic Cost of Lockdowns In South Africa hosted by Peter Daniel with Nick Hudson.
In a recent interview – Whiteside referred to the drafters of the Great Barrington Declaration as misguided idiots…Hudson, whose organisation’s advisory board includes the creators of that globally publicised declaration and who believes lockdowns are a crime against humanity, has challenged the more conventionally minded Whiteside to a debate on the whole Covid-19 matter.
Nick Hudson on “Inside Covid-19” podcast for BizNews, talking about PANDA’s growth and the severe outcomes of lockdown.
PANDA Peter Castleden was invited to speak about the risks Covid poses to our kids weighed up against the implications of lockdown and the measures imposed.
Peter talked to a group of concerned teachers and parents from Cape Town, unpacking some of the evidence around the risk of Covid to children, masks on kids and potential for the virus spread.
“As the epidemic and our concerns about this story having been massively overblown turned out to be accurate concern, you know what was originally anticipated by the world health organisation back in March hasn’t even come close to being realised, that was the first thing that happened. The second thing that happened was that, the methods used to address the problem of coronavirus were not showing of having been effective”. Listen to Nick Hudson chat to the squad at ManPatria about the lockdown and its effects on the livelihoods people.
Nick Hudson, co-founder of PANDA—Pandemics Data and Analytics in a conversation with Dennis Hackethal, from the “Artificial Creativity” podcast about what is known about the virus and the disastrous effects of lockdown policies on people and businesses. They explore how bad epistemology and political philosophy lead to tangible harm in society, and how we *should* treat each other during this pandemic instead.
Dr Clare Craig explains COVID-19 testing in light of the mass testing currently being carried out in Liverpool. Dr Craig highlights the difference between the PCR test used previously and the Rapid Test which is being used by the army for testing in Liverpool.
Doctor Yeadon debunks the second lockdoown and explains the facts behind his conclusion. In a very frank interview with Julia Hartley-Brewer of talkRADIO, Dr. Mike Yeadon, former scientific adviser to Pfizer, gets to grips with many of the myths and untruths being...