October 2020 Mortality Data Update

As of October 15, I have still not received any replies from Governor Hogan’s office to my formal information request sent in late May. “Most specifically, I am requesting a list of public health studies that informed policies ordering “all Continue reading October 2020 Mortality Data Update

Double-Edges of Exponential Scientism

If humans are “bad with exponential growth”, then yes, we can easily fail to detect ubiquitous real dangers in nature. But then we can also easily fail to detect false alarms from both: 1) Those who have studied and know how Continue reading Double-Edges of Exponential Scientism