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The important bit is not the most obvious one

By now many will have seen an image like this, showing the difference between professional reviewers and actual audiences: But that is not the important bit. I’ll start with the less-important bit: I think the audience score for the “Fauci” … Continue reading

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The lab-leak hypothesis seems likely to be true, or: Why a technocracy is a nightmare

I have written about the lab-leak hypothesis regarding the origin on SARS-CoV-2; first I dismissed it, then … I didn’t entirely. Now, it looks likely to be true. The materials show that the 2014 and 2019 NIH grants to EcoHealth … Continue reading

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Tell the truth – or at least, don’t lie

It’s not that I enjoy being wrong, quite the contrary. I just think that it’s important to realize when you are wrong so you can find out why you were wrong. And then possibly be less wrong the next time around. This … Continue reading

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