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Scientists keep getting Covid-19 predictions wrong

Scientists keep getting Covid-19 predictions wrong

Remember what I have repeatedly said… We have to be honest on what we know and what we don’t know instead of assuming we know everything about this virus as well as the vaccines. Remember what I have been saying? On the matter of life and death, as policy makers, we will always take the more conservative safe side. It... 

A+ for Authoritarianism

A+ for Authoritarianism

Singapore will soon take another step towards becoming a totalitarian state with the introduction of the Foreign Interference (Countermeasures) Bill, or FICA, in Parliament last Monday. Independent Singaporean journalist Kirsten Han analyzes the problems with the bill effectively here. As she summarizes, The official narrative... 

Champion of the one-horse race

Champion of the one-horse race

You have to hand it to Singapore’s top national marathon runner, Mr. Soh Rui Yong for being able to do something that Asians are generally not known for – generating self-publicity. Mr. Soh, who holds the local running record for running the 2.4km (a mile and a half), issued a public challenge to any Singaporean who could... 



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