Data has been the most disappointing factor about humanity’s response to Covid19.
It has been faulty, incomplete, inconsistent, skewed by design, and often, invented (ie. models).
It seems like most of the disputes over how dangerous Covid19 is, and what to do about it, hinge on data that is unreliable. Our ability to interrogate data far outstrips the quality of the data.
It’s not been a flattering picture for the future, of the capabilities of our modern age.
Throughout the pandemic, the government and its scientific advisers have made constant predictions, projections and illustrations regarding the behaviour of Covid-19. Their figures are never revisited as the Covid narrative unfolds, which means we are not given an idea of the error margin….