“I was angry with people in my own field… a field that I invented”
Professor Michael Levitt, the 2013 Chemistry Nobel Laureate, has attracted widespread praise and devastating criticism in equal measure for using his high-profile position to air his controversial views, and signal-boost those of others, on many issues relating to the COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent epidemic.
Three years on, does he regret some of his initial predictions about the damage the pandemic would do? And which of his claims does he remain resolutely convinced will prove accurate once the dust has finally settled?
“I was told to shut-up… The middle classes wanted lockdown”
Twitter, pandemics, politics and woke culture
“One country got it right, Sweden”
Photography Brian McGowan
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