Medical Researchers Giving Climate Scientists A Run For Their Money

Just when I thought academia and UN agencies couldn’t possibly get any more farcical.

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14 Responses to Medical Researchers Giving Climate Scientists A Run For Their Money

  1. Terry Jones says:

    thanks Tony for keeping us all updated;

    in the way that the work of single individuals can count for so much, what has now been called “Lancetgate” was largely identified by one determined individual;

    the work showed how the cover (covert) organisation Surgisphere seemed a front for various nefarious souls; likely pharmaceutically based; the MSM don’t want to publicise; at least the Guardian has; what would it take for the NY Times and Washington Post to become outraged and discuss what has happened; it is likely putative vaccine manufacturers and microchip enthusiasts only want their evil ways to dominate;

    now it seems the nonsense called the WHO has again changed its mind, and decided to look at HO-chloroquine; after halting all enquiries, on the basis of this shady paper.

    in the way that Ferguson had big corporations behind him; and to whose tune he danced; this extraordinary Lancet piece was propelled through without scrutiny: what happened to all that “peer-review” that climate alarmists love to talk about;

  2. Stewart Pid says:

    Re “adult content model” …. pictures please Tony ;-)

  3. arn says:

    Covid science can’t be so much different from Climate Science
    as it serves a globalist agenda,
    just another next level Lysenkoism.

    Therefore a massive negative selection in terms of “experts” is the logical results.

  4. Gummans Gubbe says:

    Unbelievable. And the potential is much worse in medicine, because they are at the same time performing unsafe experiments in labs around the world. Many have heard of Plum island where the USA military had national socialists from Germany working on tick bourne bacterial diseases. Check a map to see the distance to Lyme from Plum island.

    But an article in zerohedge showed me some new ones:
    In 1977 a laboratory in Russia (or possibly China), most likely while developing a flu vaccine, accidentally released the extinct H1N1 influenza virus (Nakajima et al., 1978).
     In 2007, Britain experienced a foot and mouth disease outbreak. Its’ origin was a malfunctioning waste disposal system of a BSL-4 laboratory leaking into a stream from which neighbouring cows drank. The disposal system had not been properly maintained (Furmanski, 2014).


  5. MGJ says:

    A science fiction writer and a porn star. Probably produce data commensurate in quality with most of the other so-called experts.

  6. Dave N says:

    They didn’t release the actual data, nor their methods. They’d be ripe for a job in alarmist climate science.

  7. Disillusioned says:


  8. Crispin in Waterloo says:

    Big Pharma gets what they pay for. Doctors whose advice is “off message” get attacked, their videos get deleted and they are blocked from social media.

    Talk about reach! Note the use of the term “controversial” when referring to HCQ. It was these same media that invented the idea of “controversializing” someone or something by always referring to it is “controversial” (whatever that means in context).

    Why would the Lancet published such assailable material? That is a good research question. More than 100 doctors wrote to the Lancet in the following 2 days complaining about the article. The Lancet has backed down twice since then. I wonder whose hand is yanking their chain and whose hand is holding the leash.

  9. Lurch says:

    Is it even possible to be embarrassed on behalf of the powers that be, at this point? They’re pitifully bad at this.

  10. patrick healy says:

    Great but not surprising. What a pity that I would have to sully myself and go the GRUANIARD sorry Gardian to read it.
    I will wait for some other brave person to do so and let me know the outcome.
    Of course any and all adverse reports on that “controversial” drug, which has been in use for over 40 years, are used to try to oust President Trump.

  11. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Lancet editor is an Extinction Rebellion supporter.

    Lancet Editor’s Backing For Extinction Rebellion (28 Mar)

  12. JCalvertN(UK) says:

    The government has various different teats to suck from. The climate science/ green energy teat is a big one of course, but the medical teat is probably even bigger.

  13. James says:

    Anyone with a brain knows hydroxychloroquine works. It is 100 percent political and zero percent science.

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