Sage admits its models were ‘at variance to reality’. But why?

4 March 2022, 11:00pm The Sage committee was set up as a pool of experts on tap to advise government. During the pandemic, it mutated into something different: a group whose advice ended up advocating long lockdowns. Its regular meetings have now been discontinued, with questions being asked in No. 10 about whether it’s time to disbandContinue reading “Sage admits its models were ‘at variance to reality’. But why?”

Why the Doomsday Covid models were so badly wrong

Scientists base models on human behaviour, but the projections overestimated our rush for freedom ByPaul Nuki, GLOBAL HEALTH SECURITY EDITOR, LONDON 1 October 2021 September has not been a good month for the modellers of Sage. As the Prime Minister announced his winter plan two weeks ago, they said pressure on the NHS would continue to build, with hospitalisationsContinue reading “Why the Doomsday Covid models were so badly wrong”

COVID-19: Restoring Public Trust During A Global Health Crisis

May 4th 2021 By: GMI Reporter An Evidence-Based Position Paper to Ensure Ethical Conduct Executive Summary “COVID-19: Restoring Public Trust During A Global Health Crisis” (access the entire 444 page document here) During our investigation into the variety of topics this manuscript covers, a theme began to stand out as a consistent concern. Safe and effective treatmentsContinue reading “COVID-19: Restoring Public Trust During A Global Health Crisis”