There is a whole layer of stuff beyond my understanding, like the Matrix, there is a code running which can explain everything, at depth.
Tag Archives: statistics
Death in the time of Covid – why I have stopped looking at the official figures
‘Will my mum be recorded within the statistics?’
I haven’t been asked that yet.
Infection then and now, the Great Influenza and Covid… lessons from the past, reflections on the present.
You wouldn’t send someone into the centre of Fukushima wearing a plastic flimsy? Well, the UK has allowed that to happen.
Covid – Why panic-buying puts you more at risk
There is still plenty of bread, flour and beans in the UK.
Broken sleep & Coronavirus (Bruce Lee, the philosophy of time and space and this week)
Getting rid of the routine allows people to focus on what is important. (Bruce Lee said this in the 60’s – ‘Hack away the un-essential’)
Today there was a thing about falls.
Old man. In his nineties, he fell. He fell again after arriving in hospital. What to do with him? He wants to go home; we risk and capacity assess. Determine what is right, good or not and let things happen. We tried to get him home. I can tell you something; he’ll fall again. WeContinue reading “Today there was a thing about falls.”
Fake news, the NHS and Middle East
…this of course doesn’t mean that you won’t be the sucker to die on the tablet, you are just less likely.
(lots of references!)
So, yes, I’m a doctor, part scientist, part shaman, and a little bit trickster.
This is me 33.3%
On Wednesday, I gained an insight into my problem with numbers. I shall explain. It is not uncommon for me to tell people that I don’t like numbers or that I find data and especially statistics off-putting. Sure, I am able to work a calculator, understand square-roots and algebra – that is not what IContinue reading “This is me 33.3%”
I am trusted by 86.5% of people.
We used our Purple bag scheme and there was a 33 per cent drop in the numbers of patients experiencing pneumonia.