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EVENT: “The Quest for Open Science”

Pandemic Data & Analysis – or PANDA – is a group of multi-disciplinary professionals united by their opposition to the Covid “pandemic” narrative and their desire to develop science-based explanations and test them against international data.

PANDA stands for open science and rational debate, for replacing flawed science with good science and for retrieving liberty and prosperity from the clutches of a dystopian “new normal”.

We’ve published articles from a few of their members before, including regular contributor Dr Piers Robinson.

This Thursday they are proud to be hosting “The Quest for Open Science”, a talk by Nick Hudson, the group’s chairman, in conversation with Jeffrey Peel.

Tickets are currently on sale. Below is their official press release with all the information you need.

You can also visit their website, or follow them on Twitter @Pandata19 and on Facebook, @Pandata19

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Nick Hudson of PANDA Presents

“The Quest for Open Science”

Thursday 26th May at 7:30 pm in London

We are delighted to announce that Nick Hudson, Chairman of PANDA, will present “The Quest for Open Science” to a live audience in London, UK on Thursday 26th May after which he will be interviewed by Jeffrey Peel from The New Era about the aftermath of the pandemic.

We would like to invite questioning minds who are in positions of responsibility across business, media, and other professional services.

We have a limited number of tickets for our UK audiences. We hope to see you there with a few of your contacts for an engaging evening of rational sensemaking, discussions and debates.

For tickets sale and further details go to: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/panda-open-science-live-tickets-334500829987

Please join us before the event from 6pm and afterwards from 9.30pm at the historic Lord Raglan pub, 61 St Martin’s Le Grand, London EC1A 4ER (a minute’s walk from the venue).

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Antonym
Antonym
May 26, 2022 8:24 AM

retractionwatch.com till date lists 227 ‘scientific’ papers on covid-19 were (force to being) retracted.

The also sport a list of op 10 most highly cited retracted papers (as of December 2020), and all 10 occurred in Medicine (=most $$$$ at stake).

You’ll note that several papers — including the #2 most cited paper — received more citations after they were retracted, which research has shown is an ongoing problem.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
May 24, 2022 2:10 PM

Well. Seems civilians are still following the “follow the science” meme. A wonderful propaganda ploy by the technocratic ghouls of our global corporate/industrial complex.

Science does not poison, kill, and maim millions of persons. The debate should focus on the use of technology. Ya know? The physical application of physical forces and the end results.

You are being jazzed. You are following a false debate.

goldhoarder
goldhoarder
May 24, 2022 12:58 PM

Nick Hudson is a good man. I have followed him since the beginning of the pandic. I don’t know much about the organization though. He certainly is not a psyops guy.

Researcher
Researcher
May 24, 2022 3:20 AM

There’s no pandemics whatsoever, in the sense of contagion. A group like PANDA should be questioning the fake science behind germ theory and contagion.

If the “authorities” can’t prove contagion, and they have consistently tried and failed, they’ve got nothing.

Virologists can’t even find and isolate the molecules they claim are viral and deadly. Pure isolates of bacteria have never been able to cause a single disease or illness in any experiment or study so what exactly is a “pandemic“?

It can only be the result of mass testing using fraudulent procedures to create false diagnoses and generate meaningless statistics, or an epidemiological coincidence.

If the latter, one would have to search for the real cause of a public health threat, such as mass poisoning of populations (injections, RX, EMF, geoengineering, fluoridated water, heavy metals, poisoned food, polluted air, pesticides, petrochemicals etc) and nutritional deficiencies.

rraa
rraa
May 24, 2022 12:31 PM
Reply to  Researcher

I think back to Thomas Kuhn and if we talk about germ theory we’re (possibly) standing in front of a paradigm shift comparable to deciding whether or not planets revolve around the sun.

Every scientific field today (“climate change”, quantitative finance, genomics etc.) has turned into a science bureaucracy based on opaque scientific paradigms which rely heavily on mathematical modeling which can be easily gamed.

You speak of contagion, but I’d take one step back and look at what they mean by “virus”. The “virus” as characterized, is literally nothing more than a dataset of letters, exists on a server and has been hypothesized with algorithms. In a sense, virology is “behind” bacterial infections.
If you look at papers on HIV contagion, after forty years, they still don’t really know much about transmission.

In March 2020 when there was all this debate about how covid is transmitted I decided to look at HIV transmission and plant virus transmission to see what methodologies are used to determine virus transmission mechanisms. What I discovered in “THE” published science is that they have no clue. None. Not even for a plant which does not move.

Since then of course, Kennedy’s book has come out on the AIDs fraud.

If you read the very first paper published on sars-cov-2, they tested about seven patients in Wuhan with “covid symptoms” and even not all of those tested positive for their “newly discovered virus”. They also didn’t explain why they felt it necessary to send lung fluid from Wuhan to Shanghai to have a team of scientists hunt down a new pathogen, a team which COINCIDENTALLY included Edward Holmes, a close colleague of Christian Drosten who was furiously cooking up the first ever crappy Sars-Cov-2 test in Berlin in the first ten days of Jan 2020….. what more is there to say really?

I think the key to establishing the ridiculousness of the pandemic narrative lies in questioning the statistics rather than trying to establish the mechanisms between actual medical and scientific processes.
The statistical fraud is monumental, very easy to prove and is a key factor in inflating deaths, cases, “vaccine effectiveness” etc. It’s right there in the footnotes and the methodological notes.

The exact mechanisms through which our bodies become diseased and heal has always been a mystery. Nobody has any clue how to prevent cancer or why some people respond well to treatment and others don’t. Western medicine is really only pretty good at patching people up after accidents and such.
In science we never really know what is right, we only know what we have proved to be wrong. If four people live in very close proximity to each other and only two catch a highly infectious disease, clearly, there is more at play than just the germs.

There are two key pieces to explaining the pandemic: statistical fraud explains “vaccine effectiveness”, exploding cases etc.
On the other side the complete collapse in normal standards of healthcare and misallocation of resources to endless useless testing and toxic injections explains why there has been some excess mortality in some countries, very unevenly distributed depending on whether one had access to an honest doctor or not.

Btw, are pre 2020 flu and pneumonia ever coming back or not?

Researcher
Researcher
May 24, 2022 4:32 PM
Reply to  rraa

You make some good points, but plenty of people know exactly what causes illness and how to prevent dis-ease. They just don’t happen to be allopaths or government officials.

If we don’t deal with the outright fraud of virology and contagion, we’re unlikely to win this battle, because a cartel (cryptocracy, cabal) have knowingly distorted science and medicine for centuries, for the express purpose of deliberately poisoning populations and maintaining strict control over the debt slaves they farm for profit.

Both viruses and contagion (being the cause of illness) are easily disproven through the fake “tests“, which aren’t tests and have nothing to do with any alleged virus. The genomes of every alleged virus in existence are all hypothetical and meaningless.

No test can possibly be derived without first finding, and then isolating the alleged viral molecules to chemically characterize them and properly sequence them. Then one would have to prove they cause illness. Neither has ever been done, because the molecules (viruses) simply don’t exist.

The reason you can’t find any proven mechanisms of action, transmission or replication in the medical literature is that it was fraud from the beginning.

Thomas Enders, who was not a scientist, simply came up with a way of poisoning cells in a cell culture, and then claimed there was a virus present by observing the resulting cell death from his methods and materials. However, controls debunk virology. The EM images of alleged viruses are simply dead cell debris.

Maintaining good health and preventing illness is not a mystery. Nutrition. Exercise. Sleep. Hydration. Stress management. Preventing toxin exposure.

Nutrition is the number one factor that holds up from an epidemiological and historical perspective.

The Hippocratic oath was completely distorted by the Rockefeller medical industrial complex. The original Hippocratic oath, literally translated is: “I will apply dietetic and lifestyle measures to help the sick to my best ability and judgment; I will protect them from harm and injustice.”

It’s not a coincidence that doctors almost learn nothing about diet and lifestyle in medical school.

In the history of Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine (successfully used for thousands of years) neither had contagion as a cause of any illness and yet both medical protocols successfully treated their populations, resulting in the two most populous countries on earth. That can’t be a coincidence, either.

rraa
rraa
May 25, 2022 10:08 AM
Reply to  Researcher

Thanks for the reply. I don’t have any background in biology or medicine so my ability to evaluate that research is more limited than when I’m looking at statistical methods. Frankly back in early 2020 when I started researching all the pseudoscience pandemic claims I came to the conclusion that the whole paradigm / field of virology is quite dodgy and very different from bacterial and parasitic infections (e.g. malaria). That was just my gut instinct as a researcher looking at the “official” research.
And then much later, I came across some of the research that you mention above.

Virology is a bit like particle physics. There’s a huge science bureaucracy, lucrative careers, lots of money thrown at it and nobody outside the field can challenge it.There’s basically a set of agreed on terms and methodologies and one can keep on robotically publishing according to those rules to have a lucrative career. It has no connection to our health. There is so much technology at play and as in particle physics a loose electrical connection can lead to “groundbreaking results”.

Even for something that sounds “basic” like “pneumonia” which is the official covid-19 disease in those who have it severely, pneumonia has always been a vague definition, a collection of symptoms with various causative agents.

There is something truly messed up in allopathic medicine. If you go to your doctor with some symptom you’re sent off to a bunch of different specialists for invasive diagnostics and at the end of it all, nobody is much the wiser for it.

Researcher
Researcher
May 25, 2022 6:06 PM
Reply to  rraa

Pneumonia, as you suggest is a range of respiratory disorders, characterized by any number of symptoms including difficulty breathing, oxygen (SAT) levels, endothelial cell dysfunction, lung mucosal detox (discarding of dead tissue and toxins) misdiagnosed as an “infection“, radiation pneumonitis from EMF/EMR, etc. The tests used to diagnose pneumonia are not conclusive.

“There is something truly messed up in allopathic medicine.”

So true. If I listed all the hoaxes I’ve discovered in science and medicine over the past three years you wouldn’t believe me. Just as I would not have believed anyone who questioned conventional science, before I started seriously investigating the “research”.

But there are four factors you can count on existing in connection with medical-scientific frauds:

  1. The WHO endorses and promotes the “theory”.
  2. Monkey or animal connection.
  3. Nobel Prize involvement.
  4. PhRMA is making huge $$$$ selling toxic medication.
rraa
rraa
May 26, 2022 10:39 AM
Reply to  Researcher

Spot on! With your four factors, I might throw it one more that’s applicable to global scale fraud: thrown in something to play to (NATO) prejudices. When AIDs was the thing, there were prejudices against homosexuality (at least more so than today). The deadly virus from “batsoup eating Commie China” or “backward Africa”.
Would they have been able to launch the pseudopandemic if the “first” case was discovered in say, Luxembourg, Monte Carlo or Liechtenstein or…better yet, Davos, Geneva or Basel? (which might actually be more accurate!)

Researcher
Researcher
May 26, 2022 6:22 PM
Reply to  rraa

lol. True. With the AIDS hoax, in order to claim monkey origin, ie; men messing around with apes (reinforcing Darwinism, whilst forcing everyone to consciously think about sodomy, bestiality, and homosexual behavior) a European origin wouldn’t be nearly as convincing.

Similarly, the bat-Coronavirus-snake-pig-pangolin narrative works well, originating in China due to wet markets, “Chinese eating anything” narrative, along with the pre-programming of SARS in 2003, and fake “avian flu“ outbreaks.

Invisible Man
Invisible Man
May 27, 2022 12:28 AM
Reply to  Researcher

Pure isolates of bacteria have never been able to cause a single disease or illness in any experiment or study so what exactly is a “pandemic“?

Great points. There’s one other relevant factor here — the stories we were all told in childhood about the Black Death and similar plagues that supposedly wiped out a third of the population of Europe. Obviously, something happened, some catastrophe, but we have no proof a virus was the root cause — or even that infectious, contagious viruses exist — it’s simply assumed a lethal virus was the causative agent of the casualties — and the fake plague Covid is assumed to be the modern equivalent.

It’s simply assumed we know precisely what the Black Death was and how lethal it was — when really we don’t.

Nom
Nom
May 23, 2022 6:45 PM

Free Pints at Lord Raglan pub?

Ian
Ian
May 23, 2022 3:42 PM

Reading the comments below it seems few are familiar with PANDA, so let me chip in. Though international, it is based in South Africa (where I live). Many of those associated with it are well-known critics of the “scamdemic”. The organisation has published papers criticizing the PCR “tests”, the concept of asymptomatic infection and so on. It has been outspoken in its opposition to the “jabs”. Nick Hudson is not afraid to appear in public and debate issues. If I have a criticism it is that the organisation is conservative, perhaps understandably, given that it is made up largely of “professional people”. Why do I say so?

I became involved with the organisation for a brief time during which I was asked to write a critique of the W Cape Department of Education using schools to become “vaccine ambassadors”, perhaps because I had taught in schools in the province. The piece I wrote was hard-hitting, but done with humor. Some who read it said it was side-splitting. However, when it was put out for members to comment upon it was cut to shreds, seemingly for being too politically incorrect. The piece was never published because it didn’t fit the image of the organisation. I understand the position taken, but it it did show me where the organisation stands.

Do I think PANDA is controlled opposition? No I don’t, but it seems the people there are unlikely to entertain any ideas too far off the beaten track.

Researcher
Researcher
May 24, 2022 2:58 AM
Reply to  Ian

Considering there’s no contagion, germ theory is fraud and viruses have never been found, it’s obviously controlled opposition.

If not, I’d have to conclude they’re so dull-witted they’re unaware of the fraud of manufactured pandemics, or the blame shifting from industry and government mass poisoning populations, onto invisible, fictional microbes to 1) avoid litigation by the injured and maimed, and 2) to simultaneously create an unnecessary industry for vaccines, and 3) then to reap the benefits of that mass injection of poisons, resulting in a myriad of dis-eases including asthma, allergies, neurological disorders, and even cancers that occur decades later and therefore aren’t directly tied to the injections. That’s PhRMA’s circular economy and it’s worth trillions.

And lastly, 4) to control the movement, behavior, economic welfare, independence and socially engineer populations.

Ian
Ian
May 24, 2022 1:58 PM
Reply to  Researcher

There are many ways to oppose the scamdemic. Failing to deny the existence of the virus, etc., does not immediately indicate controlled opposition. Several members of PANDA told me that they were critical of germ theory and virology but that they felt that taking a less radical approach would be more effective in influencing the general public. I know that many people are simply turned off by dogmatic comments like “viruses don’t exist”, and they are not all “dull-witted”.

My daughter is a microbiologist with a PhD. She passed every degree with distinction from good universities, the last one being Basel in Switzerland. She is open to alternative thinking, if one can muster a good enough argument. I’ve debated the “virus” issue with her at length and there is a lot more to it than one sees in the public arena. She works daily with PCR and so-called viral and other infections. Her view is that viruses do exist and that they have found ways to multiply themselves in a way that “living” organisms don’t. Most are in no way dangerous to the host, and even those that are cause problems mainly when the host is already weak in some way. I’ve been aware of the critique of “germ theory” for years and am familiar with most of the arguments. She can provide empirical evidence to refute just about everything I throw at her, so I have to grant that she may be right. Never has she said “Dad, believe me because I’m an expert and you’re not”.

Researcher
Researcher
May 24, 2022 6:04 PM
Reply to  Ian

Expressing doubt in private is quite different from publicly proclaiming outright fraud. Logically, all the groups that were set up as controlled opposition, are there to support germ theory and the existence of fictitious molecules causing illness, as a scapegoat, instead of the thousands of known toxins we’re exposed to on a daily basis.

Everyone involved in the “industry” is simply protecting their own positions, reputation or incomes. They don’t have the courage to debate “the science“ on its own merits.

The “tests” are outright fraud because the genetic sequences used in the primers and probes for every single PCR “test” are already in the human genome dozens of times over. Can your daughter use BLAST?

The Polymerase Chain Reaction is a method of replicating nucleic acids. It’s a research tool, not a diagnostic test. Past 16-18 cycles (not 35 as has been falsely disseminated) the process creates noise and is unreliable, even as a research tool.

All viral genomes are created using de novo assembly, in silico (using ‘alignment’ and templates in a software program) since they are never isolated and purified, therefore, ALL VIRAL GENOMES only exist on a computer screen and not in the physical world. They’re not any more real than the viral molecules that can’t be found.

Because all the genetic sequences used in the invasive PCR swab “tests” are not unique (other viral “tests” such as antibody tests etc don’t test for viruses either) the entire method is not only pointless and fraudulent (which is the reason they manufactured the idea that there’s a such thing as asymptomatic infection) it’s only carried out to generate fraudulent statistics, and provide a veneer of legitimacy.

The general public don’t understand how the fraud is committed and they need to learn, because it’s not beyond anyone’s understanding.

As for alleged viral diseases, such as Coronaviruses or influenzas, the symptoms don’t differ from a multitude of illnesses or the common cold (seasonal detox), therefore there’s no clinical, differential diagnosis.

Misnaming pneumonia and multiple respiratory illnesses as “influenza”, became common, post 2000, when the drug companies and governments were attempting to increase sales and promotion of flu vaccines. That’s now transitioned to “covid”, further expanding the fraud.

The only reason that these tertiary institutions exist (Milner’s kindergarten, Rhodes legacy and the Prussian Model), is to replace the student’s own curiosity, ingenuity, creativity and skepticism with complicated methods, verbose jargon and expensive lab equipment that few have access to, using the repetition of lies, junk science and distorted data, until the lies and the dogma become the entire belief system. It’s a subliminal method of mind control and nobody is immune because repetition is the only data the subconscious mind collates.

To reject or question the dogma is to fail one’s courses and derail one’s career. The research done in these institutions specifically with regard to virology, genetics and medicine is funded by the NIH, Wellcome Trust, other NGOs and PhRMA behind the covid scam, to enable and perpetuate the scientific fraud.

Those who do question the fraud in medicine and science find themselves ostracized, can’t get funding for basic research and nullify all the time and expense invested in their misspent education indoctrination.

Ian
Ian
May 25, 2022 8:30 PM
Reply to  Researcher

Much of what you say has merit, but I think you are too eager to allocate approaches different from your own to “controlled opposition”. Let me use an example to illustrate what I mean. Let us assume, for whatever reason, you were to debate the validity of The Bible with zealous Christians. If you started off by saying “The Bible is utter and complete BS and, if you disagree, you are a half-witted moron”, my guess is you’d lose your audience right there. Someone taking a different (and less confrontational) tack, in my view, should not be judged immediately to be “controlled opposition” and a secret supporter of the Biblical narrative. I’d say they probably have better tactical awareness. Anyway, it has been fun exchanging views, Best regards, Ian.

Researcher
Researcher
May 25, 2022 9:04 PM
Reply to  Ian

Debating issues on their terms is a losing proposition. There’s ultimately no chance of winning and no merit in conceding blatant fraud.

The bottom line is not *if* the government, PhRMA interests or NGOs such as the WHO, fabricated or exaggerated statistics related to a fictitious disease. The disease is fictitious so every time a spokesperson for PANDA whether that’s Nick or someone else, concedes it’s real by using the word “covid”, or the word “virus”, the main false narrative (of there being a disease or a virus) is reinforced subconsciously in the listener. That’s how society becomes brainwashed within false paradigms: Only through repetition and narrow debate parameters.

If we (as a society) don’t debate the outright fraud based on unproven theories such as contagion, viruses and germ theory, we (as a society and individuals) will lose. So whether an org or person is controlled opposition by intent or not, ultimately becomes moot. I’m somewhat suspicious of orgs using acronyms, since that’s a cryptocracy modus operandi.

As for Christians, I would merely point them in the direction of astrological (astrotheology) allegory. If the same tale is told over and over, and it represents astronomical cycles, is found in multiple ancient cultures and religions, and you can decode the bible using Gematria and occulted Masonic knowledge, it obviously isn’t the word of god. It’s just coded language within a scripted control matrix paradigm. Just like scientism/science.

And forgive me if my tone is skeptical, but after two years of this farce, I’ve lost the patience for dancing around the subject of fraud when the economic, biometric, digital noose is being tightened our necks, whilst the unlawful and criminal authorities knowingly perpetrate mass democide with pathogenic injectables.

Ian
Ian
May 26, 2022 7:32 PM
Reply to  Researcher

I am in no position to forgive you. Your analysis is totally accurate, in my view. All I would say is that a hammer is not always the best tool to use in a job. A person using a spanner is not necessarily wrong and, by definition, an enemy of a hammer person.

Clive WilliamsCoronavirus
Clive WilliamsCoronavirus
May 24, 2022 5:03 AM
Reply to  Ian

I’am a British Citizen.
It’s based in South Africa, where exactly, but meeting in London during a World Health crisis, why specifically in London, I’am confused.
Do you mind explaining PANDA members position up to and immediately following Coronavirus Act 2020?
Thank you

Ian
Ian
May 26, 2022 7:49 PM

Hi Clive

I’d like to answer your question, but I can’t. Maybe address your query to PANDA. I’m not a member of, or even a supporter of.

Kind regards
Ian

Hemlockfen
Hemlockfen
May 23, 2022 12:40 PM

https://2000mules.com/

2000 Mules is coming to selected theaters for a second time. It can also be streamed for $19.99.

It is absolutely mind blowing that these pop up not-for-profits are so well organized. And big tech oligarchs are funding them. Clearly proves that the presidential election was stolen in swing states. Irrefutable.

The truth shall put them in jail.

goldhoarder
goldhoarder
May 24, 2022 12:56 PM
Reply to  Hemlockfen

Yes. Good stuff

Edwige
Edwige
May 23, 2022 12:39 PM

I guess it’s just a coincidence that PANDA happened to choose a living embodiment of black/white duality as their name?

I mean, there’s no pattern of such animals being used as symbols, is there? For example:
1) Pandas – also used as the symbol of the WWF, a prot-Green organisation headed by Prince Philip of coming back as a virus and wiping out half of humanity infamy.
2) Penguins – premier UK printing company. They used orange prominently in their colour schemes which happens to be the only colour that’s 33 in gematria.
3) Zebras – name of UK road-crossings. Also symbol of Investec who sponsored English cricket for many years.
4) Dalmatians – subject of one of Disney’s most popular and repeated films. (BTW the latest remake was one of these ‘origin story’ things designed to make criminals look merely ‘misunderstood’ and needing of ‘mental health’ intervention rather than criminal sanction).

Running both sides of the argument is how they operate – as is putting one of their symbolic markers on apparently dissident projects as a “don’t worry, we’ve got this” indication to those in the know.

Clive Williams
Clive Williams
May 24, 2022 12:03 AM
Reply to  Edwige

Pitch/ Brillance ( Black/ White) are the ulitmate camouflage, may I suggest the symbolism is irrelevant.

Mix
Mix
May 23, 2022 12:15 PM

Speaking of censorship:
Hard to believe, but in cute Zurich a new kind of knowledge tracking is being established by the secret services, not infrequently for books recently published in bookstores (often in English). Essentially, it’s probably about the trend towards a politicization of the natural sciences and humanities, sometimes being revised, but sometimes increases. A medieval and elitist attitude, which is why, as a reader of books, I want to fight it right from the start.
So here is a selection of books for those interested, where the new Thought Police (in the Orwellian sense) performed their “Nudging-Thing” against me:
Light in the Darkness, Falcke, 2021; Black Sea, Ascherson, 2nd. ed, 2015 (Ukraine topic); Born in Blackness, French, 2021; Die Unterwerfung der Welt, Reinhard, 2016; The World is out of Joint, Wallerstein, 2015; Merchants, Markets, and Exchange in the Pre-Columbian World, Hirth, 2013; Grenzen, Demandt, 2021; Insatiable Appetites, Watson, 2017; Killing the Host, Hudson, 2015; Finance as Warfare, Hudson, 2015 and many more.
Slightly older but also super topical (block-thinking and total monitoring): Facsimile of Orwell’s 1984, new published by Peter Davison anno 1984 (the facsimile is different!)

Mix
Mix
May 23, 2022 12:09 PM

Speaking of censorship:
Hard to believe, but in cute Zurich a new kind of knowledge tracking is being established by the secret services, not infrequently for books recently published in bookstores (often in English).
Essentially, it’s probably about the trend towards a politicization of the natural sciences and humanities, sometimes being revised, but sometimes increases.
A medieval and elitist attitude, which is why, as a reader of books, I want to fight it right from the start. So here is a selection of books for those interested, where the new Thought Police (in the Orwellian sense) performed their “Nudging-Thing” against me:
Light in the Darkness, Falcke, 2021; Black Sea, Ascherson, 2nd. ed, 2015 (Ukraine topic); Born in Blackness, French, 2021; Die Unterwerfung der Welt, Reinhard, 2016; The World is out of Joint, Wallerstein, 2015; Merchants, Markets, and Exchange in the Pre-Columbian World, Hirth, 2013;
Grenzen, Demandt, 2021; Insatiable Appetites, Watson, 2017; Killing the Host, Hudson, 2015; Finance as Warfare, Hudson, 2015 and many more. Slightly older but also super topical (block-thinking and total monitoring): Facsimile of Orwell’s 1984, new published by Peter Davison anno 1984 (the facsimile is different!)

wardropper
wardropper
May 23, 2022 3:07 AM

Incredible that after so many millennia of human evolution, our world leaders still have the intellect of cheap crooks.
Looks like the very idea of government has had its day.
Dogma and cult leaders are just too 20th Century.

Perhaps if we stay awake, we can make the word, ‘normal’ actually mean something again?

Hemlockfen
Hemlockfen
May 23, 2022 12:43 PM
Reply to  wardropper

Just like the movie, “Idiocracy”. A must watch, if you have not. Mandatory bar codes and broad band scanners everywhere………

New Name
New Name
May 23, 2022 12:30 AM

Thin Shell Buckling

Timoshenko’s 1908 thin shell buckling formula applied to the B767 fuselage indicates it would have crumpled on contact with the tower. Nothing wrong with the science. However not one scientist or engineer used their knowledge to expose the psyop. Likewise with convid.

Johnny
Johnny
May 23, 2022 12:18 AM

It happened incrementally.
Scientists became the new priesthood.
‘This means that and that means this’
‘We have spoken’
Even the much revered Einstein was pompous enough to make pronouncements about the cause/meaning of Life.
Now corporate funded scientists are fucking with the ecosystem, genetics and Life itself.
At least priests and their ilk only fucked with our minds.

dom irritant
dom irritant
May 23, 2022 10:18 AM
Reply to  Johnny

’only fucked with our minds’…….you are joking aren’t you!?!?

Johnny
Johnny
May 23, 2022 11:20 AM
Reply to  dom irritant

I concede your point dom, but most of the damage done by religious leaders, priests etc was psychological and fear based.
Not every priest is a paedophile.
Science, on the other hand, has, and is, trashing natural systems that are millions of years old.

Clive WilliamsCoronavirus
Clive WilliamsCoronavirus
May 24, 2022 8:06 AM
Reply to  Johnny

Johnny
The Big Thing in the US is the shortage of Baby Milk Powder, today I bought a Gallon of Whole Milk .
Please tell me Americans aren’t completely bonkers, and it’s Only The Media, please.
Thanks

sabelmouse
sabelmouse
May 23, 2022 2:46 PM
Reply to  Johnny

and we refered/suported them, offering up our infants/believing that our very lives depend on them, at least since the 50s.

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
May 22, 2022 10:44 PM

Will PANDA be open to investigate terrain theory?

El Zafio
El Zafio
May 23, 2022 6:44 AM
Reply to  Veri Tas

Of course not. They will carefully avoid discussing it.

predictive
predictive
May 22, 2022 9:42 PM
jubal hershaw
jubal hershaw
May 23, 2022 6:26 AM
Reply to  predictive

monkey a reminds me of a close relative.

A Series of Extraordinary Coincidences, by Computing forever (9.00). https://www.bitchute.com/video/nnclUaS9sXka/

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
May 22, 2022 9:33 PM

A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it.

– Max Planck

https://quoteinvestigator.com/2017/09/25/progress

It’s going to be Biblical !

jubal hershaw
jubal hershaw
May 23, 2022 6:32 AM

Do i take it to mean it’ll be a generation or two before people stop believing the vax quackery, and the virus quackers too ? We’ll all be dead by them !! And that’s more than a funeral or two.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
May 23, 2022 7:12 AM
Reply to  jubal hershaw

Most of them are fully jabbed and lining up for more. So it’s all accelerated.

niko
niko
May 22, 2022 9:24 PM

One major obstacle to open science is a closed society of class rule where science is open to exploitation by its owners and any quest for truth is determined by purchasing power.

George Mc
George Mc
May 22, 2022 7:49 PM

Scandal: a case of false test results:

https://www.propublica.org/article/covid-testing-nevada-false-negatives-northshore

And guess what? It’s false negatives! Indeed 96% false negatives! And if you do the math, that means the number of infected should have been 25 times higher!

Now here’s a funny thing: In the two years plus since this crap started I can’t recall a single news story that complained about false positives. Not one!

Jeffrey Strahl
Jeffrey Strahl
May 22, 2022 7:58 PM
Reply to  George Mc

All “positives” are false, given none of the tests were calibrated with an actual virus, which of course was/is impossible, given the lack of an actual physical virus, isolated, purified and then demonstrated to be the causative agent, as admitted by 187 public health agencies around the world.

Ort
Ort
May 22, 2022 8:22 PM
Reply to  George Mc

I’m certainly not defending this, but I truly believe that scamdemic-mongers and scamdemic thralls don’t see false positives as much of a problem, because they somehow fall into the fundamental and universal scamdemic thrall nostrum “better safe than sorry”.

George Mc
George Mc
May 22, 2022 9:18 PM
Reply to  Ort

“Better safe than sorry” is he central prop of the entire show. This bit of advice, so sensible in a very limited way i.e. just for a short while, morphs into an unshakeable dogma over a constantly prolonged saga where the “possible ill effects” become as entrenched as the Gates of Hell in the old theology.

NickM
NickM
May 22, 2022 6:55 PM

Science has always been open and truthful. That is its power. Government has always been conspiratorial and mendacious. That is its power.

“Professor Jeffrey Sachs of Columbia University, in an article written for the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, suggests that the recent pandemic could have emerged from US experiments on viruses.

“EHA, UNC, NIH, USAID, and other research partners have failed to disclose their activities to the US scientific community and the US public, instead declaring that they were not involved in any experiments that could have resulted in the emergence of SARS-CoV-2”.

A broad spectrum of coronavirus research work was done not only in Wuhan […] but also in the United States. The exact details of the fieldwork and laboratory work of the EHA-WIV-UNC partnership, and the engagement of other institutions in the United States and China, has not been disclosed for independent analysis. The precise nature of the experiments that were conducted, including the full array of viruses collected from the field and the subsequent sequencing and manipulation of those viruses, remains unknown.

https://www.pnas.org/doi/10.1073/pnas.2202769119

NixonScraypes
NixonScraypes
May 22, 2022 9:17 PM
Reply to  NickM

Science may be open and truthful, but scientists? Do they come out of special wombs? “Follow the science” has got people thinking it’s a thing that exists. It’s just an abstract.

Naughty Smeagol
Naughty Smeagol
May 23, 2022 2:43 PM
Reply to  NixonScraypes

Correct, it’s always been follow the money that’s been the one true ‘ism!

NickM
NickM
May 23, 2022 9:33 PM
Reply to  NixonScraypes

Science is an abstract thing that exists through real scientists who do not come out of special wombs. The abstract part is an agreement to painstakingly check one’s own arguments, and not to suppress someone else’s counter arguments. The real part is evolutionary progress by fallible, ephemeral creatures towards increased understanding of the wonder, the beauty, the joy, the greatness and the glory of creation.

Concerned Citizen
Concerned Citizen
May 23, 2022 3:29 AM
Reply to  NickM

viruses”

mgeo
mgeo
May 23, 2022 9:39 AM
Reply to  NickM

The implication if this spin is that the main work was at Wuhan.

Willem
Willem
May 22, 2022 6:55 PM

Open science is like white snow, or burning fire. Science is always open. If it’s not, it’s not science. As simple as that.

Ort
Ort
May 22, 2022 8:13 PM
Reply to  Willem

It is that simple, but unfortunately we live in Oxymoron World now– a world of “true facts” and “free gifts”; habituated Normals don’t see the defect in such phrases, and if they do they dismiss taking notice of it as foolishly pedantic.

Otherwise: to paraphrase Frank Zappa, “Don’t eat the yellow science.”

Clive Williams
Clive Williams
May 22, 2022 11:38 PM
Reply to  Willem

That isn’t Science of anything.
no…., peer reviewed conclusion is only informational by the date it was peer reviewed.
Your example doesn’t add anything specific.

ie, (A)
Science eccepts an educational conclusion….reviewd by the same educated science…..
That is an example of none Science or being unscientific.
Commonly referred to as “Bad” science.

Basically it is accepted as a workable Fact for a designated time period therefore…
Unscientific., again but a date must announced when it will Open for further review, otherwise the Specific lacks development and rated outdated.
The fact that it is….
(A), originally flawed,… it lacks any theme under Science.
There is no bad Science, only the act of being unscientific. Results can go Bang!!

Doubleplus Bad..lol!

S Cooper
S Cooper
May 22, 2022 5:42 PM

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S Cooper
S Cooper
May 22, 2022 5:57 PM
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Marilyn Shepherd
Marilyn Shepherd
May 22, 2022 8:51 PM
Reply to  S Cooper

Love this one.

jubal hershaw
jubal hershaw
May 23, 2022 6:36 AM

Same here. And wish it was a real book too.

Hele
Hele
May 23, 2022 7:10 AM
Reply to  jubal hershaw

Yes.That would be helpful

Howard
Howard
May 22, 2022 3:34 PM

We would like to invite questioning minds who are in positions of responsibility across business, media, and other professional services.

So this “Quest for Open Science” is not exactly “Open” to everyone. Only those “in positions of responsibility.”

So that leaves me out. Should I sit and sulk? Nah.

Russian Hank
Russian Hank
May 22, 2022 3:40 PM
Reply to  Howard

Don’t you have a cat or a goldfish?

NickM
NickM
May 22, 2022 6:57 PM
Reply to  Russian Hank

+1

wardropper
wardropper
May 22, 2022 6:31 PM
Reply to  Howard

Those ‘positions of responsibility’ have been individually reserved by certain families for the next 60 years.
They are going to be very slow realizing that they are redundant, obsolete and extinct, but it’s going to happen.

Clive Williams
Clive Williams
May 22, 2022 8:00 PM
Reply to  Howard

Your just a pissed off Academic cronie lol!
Go have a “Protest over Bum Power Impurities” ya clown.

Howard
Howard
May 23, 2022 3:37 PM
Reply to  Clive Williams

I would assume you’re being facetious – except by assuming I make an ass of two really neat people (well, one anyway).

Clive WilliamsCoronavirus
Clive WilliamsCoronavirus
May 25, 2022 5:20 AM
Reply to  Howard

Sorry Howard
My comment was if I was in the Pub with a couple of friends.
I apologise.