November 27, 2020 | By Anna Brees |
Professor Robert Endres urges other professionals to speak out urgently if they have a contribution to make. Professor Robert Endres, originally from Nuremberg also talks to me about how the German response compares to the UK in terms of media reporting, and protests. Along with lessons we need to learn from history.
Dr. Robert Endres leads the biological physics group with its strength in the quantitative understanding of sensing and signalling, and the physics of life network. He also designed and introduced the Masters programme in systems and synthetic biology, and is highly involved in training undergraduate students in systems biology.
Senior Fellow, Mises Institute
“This is the greatest public health fiasco in the history of the world, and the media has distorted it so badly, that much of the general public is celebrating villains and hissing at heroes.
And, even — perversely enough — celebrating the destruction of their own lives and their children’s lives.”
Special thanks to Yinon Weiss (@yinonw) and Ian Miller (@ianmSC) for creating the charts.
Presented at the Mises Institute’s “Symposium with Ron Paul” on Saturday, 7 November 2020, in Angleton, Texas.’