The predictions concerning the spread of coronavirus was absolutely unreliable, and a number of experts and serious organizations of the world confirmed this, said political scientist and leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan on June 18 in The Meaning of the Game broadcast released on the official channel of the movement.
“This is not a prediction. One takes completely wrong numbers, uses them together with the wrong algorithm. One takes into account neither the multifactorality, nor the variety, so to say, in these ill people, who have varying degrees of severity of the illness, nor everything else. One does not make any adjustments. And then one presents ridiculous figures,” explained Kurginyan.
“I wonder how many Moscow residents and Russian citizens in general should die according to the ‘Imperial team’s’ [from the Imperial College London – Rossa Primavera News Agency] prediction? After all, one can hardly believe that the ‘Imperial team’ has not made such a prediction,” added the political scientist. According to the leader of the Essence of Time movement, the results of this prediction were relayed to Russia.
The leader of the Essence of Time movement referred to a US study by Kevin Dayaratna published by the Heritage Foundation think tank, “According to the ‘Imperial’ model, the coronavirus would cause as many as 500,000 deaths in Britain and over 2 million deaths in the US by October 2020, with up to 1 million deaths in the US even under conditions of adherence to the social distancing. Imperial College’s mistake is that they use the same input data for different scenarios. This gives a scatter of 80,000 deaths within 80 days.”
Kurginyan also recalled an article published on May 16 by the British Daily Telegraph, which, citing specialists, pointed out that the code of the program used by Imperial College London to make its predictions, which affected the measures against COVID-19 worldwide is ‘totally unreliable’ and is ‘deeply riddled with bugs’, in other words errors. The publication cites a comment from David Richards, co-founder of Wandisco technology company, calling the code ‘buggy mess that looks more like a bowl of angel hair pasta than a finely tuned piece of programming’.”
The political scientist noted that on May 21, 2020 Professor Ferguson, who was responsible for publishing several completely false predictions, was still in the management of the MRC Centre for Global Infectious Disease Analysis. He is the Vice-Dean of the Infectious Disease Epidemiology Department and a member of the UK government’s Pandemic Influenza Scientific Advisory Group.
“So, he could have said, ‘I’ve been caught in something shady, I’m leaving!’ But he said, ‘I won’t do this.’ Probably something like this? Or is it a long trial? How is everything really developing?” Kurginyan summed it up.
The leader of the Essence of Time movement proves that the preparation for the current “COVID-19 hysteria” took place long before it began. The prognosis regarding the deaths from the coronavirus pandemic was not the first simulation of this kind for the group, in which scientists Roy Malcolm Anderson and Neil Ferguson included. The political scientist called these researchers “career conmen.”
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency