Tag Archives: covid-19

Why vaccinate 12-year-olds?

USA and UK has approved vaccinations against COVID-19 in those aged 12 and above, but why would we vaccinate teenagers against COVID-19? There are few benefits for 12-year-olds; they rarely get ill, especially not seriously ill and there’s a good … Continue reading

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Remote work

Their [CEOs fearing remote work] insecurities demand that the way work is done by employees is always visible, highly regulated and uses the methods executives prefer, rather than what’s best for everyone’s productivity. Remote work is seen as a threat … Continue reading

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Ivermectin, wonder drug or blue smoke?

Following the thread on ivermectin I watched the Darkhorse Podcast with Pierre Kory and Bret Weinstein which follows Weinstein and Heather Heying ‘s previous episodes. Kory has already advocated for the use of ivermectin for months so unsurprisingly the episode … Continue reading

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Ivermectin as the next “lab-leak”?

As I said, I was wrong to dismiss the COVID-19 lab-leak hypothesis when I did, and while there is no proof that it is correct there are at least reasons to investigate it alongside looking for a natural source. But, … Continue reading

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Scented candles was not a good market in 2020

Kate Petrova looked at the Amazon review ratings for scented candles during the period where the COVID-19 pandemic hit USA: She got inspired by this tweet in November 2020: There are angry ladies all over Yankee Candle’s site reporting that … Continue reading

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I was wrong

I don’t enjoy being wrong, but if you search my blog you will find a number of posts about me, being wrong. This one is most likely such a one. — But I am not sure if it is. The … Continue reading

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Border control

I don’t really understand why countries, airlines and labs aren’t partnering up to offer some sort of universal Covid travel system that includes proof of vaccination or recovery, PCR testing on departure and arrival, and mutual recognition of standards. — … Continue reading

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Effect of innovation under pressure

On April 30th, 2020, The New York Times published an interactive graph simulating how long it would take to develop and begin distribution of a vaccine against COVID-19: We obviously know that this was wrong and it’s a great example … Continue reading

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Det er dybt uansvarligt

Det er efter min opfattelse dybt uansvarligt at man er stoppet med AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccinen mod COVID-19. Det er også min opfattelse at det er en politisk beslutning fremfor en lægefaglig beslutning og at myndighederne skjuler deres ansvar bag en facade … Continue reading

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Medicine and sex

It has long ago been established that medicine works differently on male and female persons – this is not discrimination but biological fact. We also know that immune responses are different in male and female persons. If – and it … Continue reading

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