Did New Zealand Let Too Few People Die of COVID?
Doctors used to agree mass death was a bad thing. Not anymore.
Lockdowns “Postponed the Inevitable”. Is That a Bad Thing?
Lockdowns postponed COVID for millions of people until after they were vaccinated. Some doctors feel that's a bad thing.
Is it “Natural and Healthy” When Children Get Sick With COVID?
The notion that society and children benefit when they contract vaccine-preventable diseases used to be relegated to the fringes of the anti-vaccine movement. It is now embraced by doctors at prestigious universities.
Contrarian Doctors, The Pandemic is Over Again, Again
I predicted last year that contrarian doctor would continue to say "the pandemic is over". How did this prediction hold up?
The Alternative to Vaccinating Children Isn’t Just “Not Vaccinating” Them
It's putting them on an inevitable collision course with the virus—without any protection from the vaccine.
Advice and Encouragement for the “Urgency of Normal” Team
Reasonable people won't believe things are normal until you stop talking about COVID.
Can COVID Vaccines Travel in Space and Time?
Are COVID vaccines to blame for the return of polio?
Science Based Satire: We Need Randomized Controlled Clinical Trials of SARS-CoV-2
Before we make any more decisions regarding SARS-CoV-2, we urgently need to conduct large, long-term RCTs of it. I am astonished this is controversial in the medical community.
Debating How to Debate Instead of Actually Debating
Every moment spent debating who can say what to whom and how and where they should say it, is time not spent talking about doctors who repeatedly underestimated the virus and successfully campaigned to ensure tens of millions of children and young adults contracted it before they were vaccinated.
“Natural Immunity” Stans Forget Babies Will Always be Vulnerable to COVID
Children are still getting hospitalized with COVID, no matter how many times contrarian doctors mindlessly repeat the mantra "natural immunity". Doctors who know where babies come from understand why this might be.