Michael Shermer, Sunetra Gupta and Bjørn Ekeberg discuss the relationship between scientific models and empirical reality. What does it mean to “trust the science”? Do mathematical models resemble the real world? Should we expect them to? In the last 100 years, some of the greatest minds – from the founders of quantum mechanics such as […]
The UK Covid Inquiry began hearing witness statements and testimony in June 2023, and will continue doing so until 2026. Collateral Global has been following the proceedings, with regular columns in Unherd. Professor Sunetra Gupta submitted a written statement earlier this year. You can read the full statement below:
Kevin Bardosh’s weekly courage and commentary on the UK Covid-19 Inquiry, published in UnHerd,
From April 25-27 2023, a group of 30 scholars, social activists, and experts in the field of development and global health met at King’s College London (KCL) to discuss the impacts of Covid restrictions in Low and Middle Income Countries (LMICs). Scholars from Angola, Argentina, Bolivia, Cape Verde, Colombia, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, India, Kenya, Mozambique, Nicaragua, […]
Collateral Global is excited to officially launch our Covid Stories webapp. The webapp is designed to allow you to tell the world how the global Covid responses, restrictions and mandates have impacted you personally. Your story is then published and pinned on an interactive map so people around the world can read it. By adding […]
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Publications are once again exaggerating the risks of another virus.
He's still trapped in the narrow-minded world of 2020.
The public deserves better.
In mid 2020, at the height of the pandemic, the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee conducted an enquiry into the Science of COVID-19.
Andreas Sönnichsen, MD Download full article here Background In March 2020 the Austrian chancellor Sebastian Kurz proclaimed that within weeks “everybody will have a family member or good friend dead due to COVID and Austria will face the horror of tens of thousands of deaths”. With these statements Austria went into lockdown on March 16, […]
Professors Ellen Townsend and Paul Dolan reflect on how they became ‘outlier voices’ during the pandemic.
Allyson Pollock, Carl Heneghan, and Paula Byrne discuss key policy questions around vaccine mandates
Professor of Public Health Allyson Pollock discusses the pitfalls of mass PCR testing.
Researchers Ellen Townsend and Matthew Owens discuss the findings of their new study on elevated levels of depression in university students
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