A king and a bishop dance arm in arm with skeletons, in the Dance of Death. How did that come about, and why did it reappear in the 19th century?
Last April, Apple and Google surprised the world by collaborating on features to turn our smartphones into contact tracing systems. How did that work out then?
Titian died of the plague, and Austrian artists were badly affected by the influenza pandemic of 1918, losing both Klimt and Schiele.
Vaccination or immunisation? Is mRNA dangerous? How to store millions of doses at -70˚C? Why not children too? How many need to be vaccinated?
Many are proposing a way ahead with Covid-19 based on letting the infection spread naturally through populations to […]
Papers, books and websites which you may find informative about controversial aspects of Covid-19 and its prevention.
At the start of the month, fresh cases in England were doubling every 9 days. They’re now worse that US states like Florida at its worst. Are they improving though?
On 2 October, public health authorities discovered figures had lost nearly 16,000 recent cases. Was this an error in file formats, using an old version of Excel, or what?
Public Health England’s own data now show that fresh cases of Covid-19 are doubling in England every 9 days – something obscured by its recent errors.
Over the summer, the UK has seen steady rises in the number of new cases, but still hasn’t done anything effective to address its Second Wave. Why not?