THERE is no real evidence that the benefits of the Covid vaccines outweigh the risks: that is the conclusion of Professor Norman Fenton, British mathematician and Professor of Risk Information Management at Queen Mary University of London. It is the subject of his video presentation that he released two weeks ago and that we republish here today, below.
Fenton is an expert on quantitative risk assessment and runs a research group to this purpose. Early on in the Covid saga he established that infection rates were higher but fatality rates were lower than was being reported – that is, the disease was more widespread but less deadly. He predicted, too, that contact tracing would fail and that the risk of the disease to different populations is quite different.
He is the co-author of 29 papers on Covid risk and statistics – the first 17 were accepted for publication but not the last 12. Why? In those 12 Professor Fenton had begun to challenge the official narrative.
You can watch his presentation here.