Monthly Archives: April 2022

The Swedish “pandemic” ended already Feb. 2021

The pandemic ended more than a year ago. It’s about time to move on, to forgive (nope, never!) and forget! The panic-mongers have no idea on how they’ve managed to destroy respect and trust for a long time to come … Continue reading

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Understanding the war in Ukraine – Alexander Stubb, fmr. Prime Minister, Finland

Want to understand the war and its implications for the future world…? Alexander Stubb provides an excellent intro. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7 Part 8 part 9

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Perspective on the “Swedish Covid Disaster”, part VIII

Age Adjusted Mortality 2002 – 2021 Spot the “Covid-Disaster”….

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The War on Reality – Rebel Wisdom

Only for the < 1% of you, those that appreciate a highly intellectual and challenging conversation.

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Erlang programming language intro

A great intro to the “why” of Erlang. As a side note, in the distant past, decades ago, I spent hours and hours discussing the pro’s and con’s of various concurrency models with the founders of Erlang, Mike Williams and … Continue reading

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The impact of Masks & Lockdowns – not exactly what you were told…

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Perspective on the “Swedish Covid Disaster”, part VII

Daily excess deaths in perspective :

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Sweden’s inconvenient Covid victory – UnHerd

Were millions of people denied freedom for nothing?— Read on unherd.com/2022/04/swedens-inconvenient-covid-victory/ “For the inevitable conclusion must be that millions of people had been denied their freedom, and millions of children had had their education disrupted, all for nothing.”

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The Predicament of the Modern Civilization – Human Nature Combined With a Finite Planet

A great tutorial by Nate Hagens on why our current civilization is facing some serious challenges, and why it’s not only unlikely, but mathematically impossible for humankind to proceed along the current path.

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Perspective on the “Swedish Covid Disaster”, part VI

Historical Swedish Deaths and Crude Mortality Rate 1860 – 2021: Absolute Deaths : Crude Mortality :

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