John Church, who published a lot here in 2020, has done a video interview with PANDA (aka PanData). He’s very good. If you don’t know about PANDA then they are a fantastic international anti-lockdown group with some top people on their advisory board – Gupta, Bhattacharya, Kulldorff, Townsend, Yeadon, Levitt, and Scott Atlas as well […]
My Wednesday night livestream/podcast the Guff Stream is going very well, and you can tune in tonight to listen at 8pm GMT if you fancy: https://www.youtube.com/HectorDrummondVideos (If you’re late you can still start streaming it.) You can also listen to past episodes at the same place, or at Odysee (a video site like YouTube), or if […]
The Guff Stream is going to continue, with myself and co-host Simon Roberts rambling on about the latest guff at 8pm GMT on Wednesdays. You can listen live (or later) on my YouTube channel, where you can also find last week’s episode. This livestream isn’t in the style of my more serious and […]
Now that I’m getting set up to do videos I thought I might as well start doing livestreams/podcasts as well, so I have created a weekly livestream called “The Guff Stream”, where myself and a guest or two will discuss the latest guff in a light-hearted fashion. The first one will be on Wednesday 27th […]
I’ve changed the cost per month of a Hector Drummond subscription: the new charge is a measly £2 a month (GBP) at Patreon, or the slightly cheaper price of $2.50 (USD) at SubscribeStar. Less than the cost of a half-pint in a pub, and you can’t even buy those any more. I’d rather have more […]
It didn’t take long from me departing the scene for everything to go to shit, so I’ve decided that duty requires me to return to the front line. It won’t be the same as before, because that was becoming less and less effective, required enormous effort, and wasn’t working financially, so I’m going to change […]
One of the regular contributors on this site in 2020, John Church, has had an academic paper on Covid-19 that he wrote with Prof Raj Bhopal of Edinburgh University accepted by the Lancet. Well done John. The paper can be found at https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3745174.
Couple of quick things. First, this site gratefully receives donations to help keep it going. It’s a full-time job doing this site and my Twitter, and I receive nothing from it except for what kind readers send my way. (I’ve had 36 000 page views in the last week, but I don’t run ads so […]