Based on the Wuhan virus's known risks, Scott Atlas says to unchain America

A lot of people have suddenly become very sophisticated about analyzing medical and statistical information regarding the Wuhan virus.  Some are good at this and some awful.  The problem for most of us is determining which analyses we can trust and finding long-form narratives that are easy to follow.  For example, Alex Berenson's Twitter feed is an excellent resource when it comes to debunking bad data, but, so far as I know, he hasn't written an extended narrative collecting the affirmative data.   Enter Scott Atlas.  If the name sounds familiar to you, it's because he debunked the World Health Organization's abysmal World Health Report 2000.  When Atlas authored that debunking, he was a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution and a professor of radiology and chief of neuroradiology at the Stanford University Medical Center.  In other words, he had credentials even a leftist...(Read Full Post)
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