Klaus Schwab Says SARS-CoV-2 “Does Not Constitute an Existential Threat,” But Thank Goodness for The Great Reset

From open plans made long ago, came a year without hindsight… 2020 https://odysee.com/@wikiworldorder:c/klaus-schwab-says-covid-does-not-constitute-an-existential-threat-but-thank-goodness-for-the-great-reset:6https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIjE8wQYb5g I think Orwell was warning. But Huxley and Klaus Schwab (of the World Economic Forum) were bragging. I stumbled upon this passage 80% of the way through Continue reading Klaus Schwab Says SARS-CoV-2 “Does Not Constitute an Existential Threat,” But Thank Goodness for The Great Reset

Full Disclosure: I am biased because I…

https://odysee.com/@wikiworldorder:c/full-disclosure-i-am-biased-because:5https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5qCRZvT6LC4 Full Disclosure: I am biased because I… Love the scientific method,especially when used for controlled, transparent, reproducible experiments. But I might only trust my life with the meta-analysis of empirical evidence. Do not consent to authoritarian governments,including demands to Continue reading Full Disclosure: I am biased because I…

Oct 21, Maryland-Centric COVID-Related Mortality Rankings

It would be very nice if I had a lot more time — or if the professional media and health departments published regular reports with the deeper data context that I need to make potentially life-and-death decisions. But I’m finally Continue reading Oct 21, Maryland-Centric COVID-Related Mortality Rankings

Governor Hogan Information Request: Followup Voicemail #1

This is a followup to my efforts over the summer… Governor Hogan’s Science-Based Health Policies: An Information Request Experiment. Voicemail Message Transcript Hello, This is Morgan Lesko, my phone number is _-_-_, and my email address is _@_. Living most Continue reading Governor Hogan Information Request: Followup Voicemail #1

A Few Weird Memes For 2020

I haven’t had nearly enough time this year to gathering, polish, and publish more of my explorations and thoughts on 2020. But these are other expressions of a few of my post-partisan thought~crimes. ;-p <3 Everything here free for reuse Continue reading A Few Weird Memes For 2020

Oct 15 Historical Mortality Data Update — COVID in the U.S., Maryland, D.C., Florida, Arizona

Dec 5 Update -  I finally recorded a video with a less polished talk-through of this data, as I see it: As of October 15, I have still not received any replies from Governor Hogan’s office to my formal information request Continue reading Oct 15 Historical Mortality Data Update — COVID in the U.S., Maryland, D.C., Florida, Arizona

Science Denial? Rights Denial?

I’ve never actually met any “Science Deniers” who don’t believe that such methods can increase knowledge. IMHO, greater risks stem from more numerous and influential “Rights Deniers.” [Denying risks of democide also costs countless lives most decades.] I condemn any Continue reading Science Denial? Rights Denial?

Governor Hogan’s Science-Based Health Policies: An Information Request Experiment

Dec 4 Update (Still No Response):Governor Hogan Information Request: Followup Voicemail #1 Science-based policies have the awesome potential to be transparent throughout their logic, assumptions, uncertainties, and data. Societies are evolving their relationships with science, and any branches of government Continue reading Governor Hogan’s Science-Based Health Policies: An Information Request Experiment

Revisiting Imperial Risk Assessments of COVID-19

CDC Observational Data compared with approximations of Imperial College Model Projections from March 16 On March 16, 2020, the London “Imperial College COVID-19 Response Team” led by Neil Ferguson published their “Report 9: Impact of non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) to reduce Continue reading Revisiting Imperial Risk Assessments of COVID-19

Risk Assessment Update May 10 on U.S. COVID-19 Deaths

The COVID-19 testing itself is very challenging to find certainty in. Given that most COVID-19 deaths have co-factors, the data on total reported deaths should be by far the most actionable. Data for more recent weeks is less complete. This Continue reading Risk Assessment Update May 10 on U.S. COVID-19 Deaths