1/ A thread for all parents and caregivers about the dangers of mass testing and the continued neglect of young people in this crisis.

2/ Young people have been neglected and they are suffering see https://t.co/btxlm8CSZG for more information.
3/ The main reason for https://t.co/btxlm8CSZG (and an Open Letter I organised to Gavin Williamson in the summer to urge him to open schools) is to urge the government to take children into account when making decisions.
4/ Government are still not doing this – see recent articles from me https://t.co/aQNO9I2KGE
https://t.co/h0U68Hv20x
5/ So, we parents must protect our children. The single biggest thing we can do to stop this crisis is to refuse mass testing which is driving damaging restrictive policies: https://t.co/NNGjKID1WL
6/ Leading academics including @deeksj @angelaraffle @AllysonPollock urge the government to stop this unethical practice which is not a test for infectiousness. https://t.co/CaieJ7nqK8
7/ For more information on the serious pitfalls of testing see Dr Clare Craig’s work who is a pathologist (the people that do the testing) https://t.co/uSvXua1JDR
8/ Recent findings from university mass testing showed no covid-19 to be found anywhere – the small number of positive tests detected were found to be false positives when double checked. (Saying the test was positive, when, in fact it was not.)
9/ The testing, which is inaccurate and misleading, is keeping society in damaging lockdowns and tiers which are not evidence-based and cause enormous damage to other health conditions (e.g. cancer), mental health and the economy.
10/ See https://t.co/LqF1Ggs16C and https://t.co/fgo0G9JH9s for damage of lockdowns data.
11/ At least excess deaths 21,000 in the UK were caused by lockdown the first English lockdown, not covid-19. https://t.co/lx38DqwsAP
12/ Recent global data shows that keeping schools open, not closing them, reduces covid-19 transmission, yet schools are using tests to shut down entire year groups, even large parts of schools. https://t.co/Q3R11HJmuE https://t.co/boYtNImeYc
13/ Our children will bear the brunt of the economic fall out for years to come. All for a virus with a 99.97% recovery rate and average age of death of 82 years.
14/ You won’t hear these statistics much in the main stream media because Ofcom have been censoring debate on covid-19 policies.
15/ I am aware of course that people have lost loved ones to covid-19 and this is, of course, very sad but to focus on one health issue at the expense of all others is folly and will have enormous repercussions for our children.
16/ A new website https://t.co/Ah0ZT0SP6Q is now bringing LEGAL JUSTICE to UK citizens for the devastating harm caused by lockdowns to families and businesses.
17/ This is long but the stakes for our children are very high. I am more than happy to discuss any of these issues. Please pass this message on to any parent/caregiver you feel needs to hear this. End.

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How did Silicon Valley die? It was killed by the internet. I will explain.

Yesterday, my friend IRL asked me "Where are good old days when techies were


2. In the "good old days" Silicon Valley was about understanding technology. Silicon, to be precise. These were people who had to understand quantum mechanics, who had to build the near-miraculous devices that we now take for granted, and they had to work

3. Now, I love libertarians, and I share much of their political philosophy. But you have to be socially naive to believe that it has a chance in a real society. In those days, Silicon Valley was not a real society. It was populated by people who understood quantum mechanics

4. Then came the microcomputer revolution. It was created by people who understood how to build computers. One borderline case was Steve Jobs. People claimed that Jobs was surrounded by a "reality distortion field" - that's how good he was at understanding people, not things

5. Still, the heroes of Silicon Valley were the engineers. The people who knew how to build things. Steve Jobs, for all his understanding of people, also had quite a good understanding of technology. He had a libertarian vibe, and so did Silicon Valley
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