from the American Thinker:
We made a terrible mistake
We’re told that social distancing is working because we’re flattening the curve. How do we know that those two things are related? There isn’t that all-important-for-good-science control group. For all we know, the result would have been similar if we hadn’t put such draconian measures in place.
In addition, for all our medical experts’ talk of their high standards, they ignored those standards when they embraced the Imperial College model that, according to world-renowned epidemiologist Johan Giesecke, was an internal document that was unpublished and had not been peer-reviewed. Giesecke had never seen a document of this type garner so much attention as to shape major public policy decisions.
He also described the strict lockdown measures embraced by many countries as non-evidence-based. (What?! You mean our experts who uphold the highest of double-blind standards have been shooting in the dark?!)
On top of that, Gabi Barbash, a top Israeli scientist, has a statistical analysis that shows that the virus peaks after about 40 days and fizzles to a low level after about 70 days, irrespective of the nature of the public policy to control it.