I expect anyone reading my opinions of late should know I’m not nuts & I’m more qualified by far than anyone in SAGE to have drawn the conclusions I have.

“Dr Mike Yeadon has a degree in biochemistry and toxicology and a research-based PhD in respiratory pharmacology. He has...
... spent over 30 years leading new medicines research in some of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies, leaving Pfizer in 2011 as Vice President & Chief Scientist for Allergy & Respiratory. That was the most senior research position in this field in Pfizer. Since...
... leaving Pfizer, Dr Yeadon has founded his own biotech company, Ziarco, which was sold to the worlds biggest drug company, Novartis, in 2017.

Do challenge anything I say, but accept I have a deep & extensive scientific research history coupled w senior leadership experience.

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16 Oct
@CGreenUK Dear Chris, I’m Dr Mike Yeadon & I, with a handful of others, now fully understand what’s happening.

Please: you must allow me to message you. You’ve got messaging turned off.

I can accurately describe the what & how. I’m fairly sure of some of the who. I don’t know why.
@CGreenUK Chris: I absolutely hate sounding like a conspiracy nut. I’m not that.
But have you read my latest paper? PLEASE DO.
Please check my mini bio on the first page. Then this very flattering piece from the former world wide head of R&D at the then biggest...
@CGreenUK ...pharmaceutical company:
This should establish in your mind that I’m level headed and good at what I did (still do as consultant).

In addition to my most recent paper, in which I explain that it’s no longer possible for what SAGE & Govt says is...
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15 Oct
I am honoured again to be on talkRADIO tomorrow morning at 9.03am, host: Julia Hartley-Brewer. By then, my new paper will be live on Toby Young's Lockdown Sceptics. I owe Toby a lot. His Free Speech Union has been the difference between being able to share an idea and not.
Now, that paper is by far the most incendiary thing I've ever written. However its totally objective in its analysis.
The conclusions are wide ranging. 1. that SAGE is so badly constituted that it lacks basic, core skills to do its job. 2. SAGE has erred horribly and its for....
...for this reason alone that we're having a torrid time. Their recommendations have so heavily shaped policy that, while politicians too are culpable, I expect you, like me, will demand full disbandment and reconstitution with suitably qualified experts. I lay many excess and..
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15 Oct
I’ve just checked the qualifications & current roles of the 31 originating signatories to the Jon Snow Memorandum. Disappointingly, there are no people who could classify as clinical immunologists. I believe that’s also the fundamental gap on SAGE. I don’t doubt sincerity.
I am questioning whether the group has the requisite deep knowledge & experience necessary to interpret the field evidence on 2 crucial issues: the proportion of the population originally susceptible to the virus & the proportion who have been infected. SAGE has blundered in...
...the most appalling way, as I shall soon show in my forthcoming paper. I contend that it is this expertise gap which has inadvertently cost tens of thousands of innocent lives, resulting from entirely avoidable non-covid19 causes, all because SAGE lacked when setting up the...
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14 Oct
Did you know that Norway doesn’t do track & trace?
Surprising? Not really. It’s not necessary & 2min of thought explains why not. Indeed, even WHO never recommended this method of control once infection was endemic (everywhere), because it doesn’t work. It’s massively too slow...
... so much transmission from ‘cases’ has occurred before any quarantine begins. It’s also expensive & v disruptive. The main argument against it is this: it’s a self limiting infection. Observe EVERYWHERE which had intense infection. Gone. Literally everywhere. Only 25-30%...
...have been infected (idiots on SAGE say 7%). Death occurred in 0.06% of the population (U.K. and France & Itsly & Sweden all broadly similar). But THEN IT STOPPED & HAS NOT RETURNED. In precisely zero occasions has there been a large outbreak right on top of a previous one.
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14 Oct
Well done, Andrew!
This is THE central point. Lockdown did not slow transmission or reduce deaths in the spring. Lockdown started AFTER the peak of infection had passed. That’s right: it was falling hard, all on its own.
LD doesn’t work because it reduces contacts which are...
...relatively UNIMPORTANT in transmission. They hurt society & the economy. But they don’t cut transmission. This is well established & you can find many peer reviewed journal articles showing this. Sadly but inevitably, MOST transmission occurs where ill people are close...
...together. Hospitals & care homes the two dominant locations. That’s why we USED to maintain ‘Fever Hospitals’, single storey ward blocks, separately from main hospitals. We’ve always known that RESPIRATORY VIRUS INFECTIONS are ‘slippery customers’. It’s a hubristic illusion,
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13 Oct
@DarrenPlymouth SAGE simply does not understand prior immunity not its magnitude. They wrongly think 100% of us were susceptible. Idiocy.

SAGE also believes the % with antibodies is the % infected. Dear God. Macabre error.

Placing both of very well evidenced footings provides a complete...
@DarrenPlymouth ...explanation as to why London is NOT now experiencing mass deaths. I do not care if you dislike the truth, but herd immunity is SOLID in & around London.

We’re a few % low in the NE/NW. If we permitted healthy students to acquire it & of course survive, we’d already BE at...
@DarrenPlymouth ...or extremely close to HI there, too. The decision to subject students to illegal house arrest had directly resulted in more deaths in those very towns.

REMOVE Hancock and ALL of SAGE from any influence whatsoever on policy in relation to “management” of the pandemic.
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