PANDA is committed to evaluating all prior and current research on the effect of masking mandates in preventing the spread of viral diseases.
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.
Bretigne Shaffer from What Then Must We Do interviews Kevin McKernan about the report he co-authored, calling for the retraction of the Corman-Drosten PCR methodology, which forms the basis of most of the PCR testing for Covid-19.
PANDA believes that the people of South Africa will do the right thing if they are empowered with accurate information. This team’s purpose has been to consider all of the science and to separate the good science from the bad and promote the former.
Jerm Warfare interviews PANDAs Nick Hudson & Dr. Clare Craig. Hear their views on the pandemic, the PCR controversy, WHO, masks and more.
Hi All I live next door in Namibia. My background is microbiology, zoology, dentistry and functional medicine. When this scamdemic started, I believed it was about a virus. So we made a "farmer plan" to solve the issue. This is what we normally do. I learnt, nobody...
Nathan Maingard talks to Nick Hudson about touring South Africa at this time. In the current COVID climate, he asks how safe or sane his idea is.
Oxford’s Sunetra Gupta has been called the world’s premier infectious disease epidemiologist, but that hasn’t stopped people who disagree with her from all kinds of wild, unprofessional attacks on her. She believes young and healthy people should be allowed to resume their lives more or less as normal, and that any other approach is detrimental to health and is actually far less effective against the virus. I discuss what’s happened to her, and her brilliant and brave response.
How does one collate data when the governments of the world are hellbent on lockdowns as the only solution to solving a global pandemic? Has the gathering of data been transparent globally? Is the function of WHO to scare people so that they change their behaviour? How will Sweden be judged by history for not locking down? Social media can help or hinder progress… how should we navigate those waters?