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Covid

The Memsahib and I have just had our Covid 19 jabs. Trivial side effects passed within a day.

Astra-Zeneca, just what we wanted, thanks very much.

Thank all the gods that we have such brilliant scientists on this sceptred isle and that we escaped from the damnable EU.

Logically and Ethically, anyone who refuses the civic duty of taking the jab without good medical reason should also refuse hospital treatment for covid if they need it - and take their chances at home. The loss of anti-vaxers can only improve the collective intelligence of humanity.

Alternative Physics

This blog comes a bit late because of a ferocious battle in progress. I exposed Hypersphere Cosmology to a panel of anonymous experts on an internet forum, see the ‘Against the Mainstream’ threads https://forum.cosmoquest.org/ A Hyperspherical Universe without Singularities.

It has been algebra at dawn with references flying like bullets for weeks. Its meant waking in the middle of the night to scribble down half formed equations for the next morning’s hostilities.

So far Hypersphere Cosmology https://www.specularium.org/hypersphere-cosmology

has resisted falsification and strengthened its defences, see the upgraded Equation 6 and this new paper refuting the dark matter hypothesis: -

https://www.specularium.org/component/k2/item/290-galactic-rotation-curves

Politics

The sky has not fallen in since Brexit, despite the additional problems of covid the UK has survived, and despite also the spiteful interpretation of non-tariff barriers by the damn EU.

The EU itself has made an almighty pig’s ear of its vaccination program. If the EU functioned as a democracy, heads would have already rolled. But no, it functions as a Crony-Synarchy.

The Scottish National Party has predictably tried to exploit the covid crisis, but why will no SNP politician state clearly what Scottish Independence mean in terms of currency, central bank, national debt, border control, and the vast subsidy it currently receives from the UK? I fear Lowland Clearances – large numbers of economic migrants fleeing south to escape an imploding Scottish Economy.

The Scottish voice counts for quite a lot in the government of the UK, in the government of the EU it will count for very little indeed.

I love Scotland and I love Tartan Romanticism - althought that's not a credible politico-economic policy, just an invention of Sir Walter Scott.

The Scottish Enlightenment began with The Act of Union, long may it continue..

The Auld Alliance (with France) never served Scotland well.

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