I’ve never actually met any “Science Deniers” who don’t believe that such methods can increase knowledge. IMHO, greater risks stem from more numerous and influential “Rights Deniers.” [Denying risks of democide also costs countless lives most decades.] I condemn any Continue reading Science Denial? Rights Denial?
Hello. <3 This opinion piece attempts to vocalize one of the other angles that has come up for me. The COVID-19 pandemic was declared a full-blown “state of emergency” in most jurisdictions, like a 9/11-scale event. But do you remember Continue reading Drug Use and Pandemics as Public Health Issues
Dec 4 Update (Still No Response):Governor Hogan Information Request: Followup Voicemail #1 Science-based policies have the awesome potential to be transparent throughout their logic, assumptions, uncertainties, and data. Societies are evolving their relationships with science, and any branches of government Continue reading Governor Hogan’s Science-Based Health Policies: An Information Request Experiment
CDC Observational Data compared with approximations of Imperial College Model Projections from March 16 On March 16, 2020, the London “Imperial College COVID-19 Response Team” led by Neil Ferguson published their “Report 9: Impact of non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) to reduce Continue reading Revisiting Imperial Risk Assessments of COVID-19
The COVID-19 testing itself is very challenging to find certainty in. Given that most COVID-19 deaths have co-factors, the data on total reported deaths should be by far the most actionable. Data for more recent weeks is less complete. This Continue reading Risk Assessment Update May 10 on U.S. COVID-19 Deaths