Monthly Archives: August 2021

The blind men and Ivermectin: medical politics in the time of Covid

“When you mix politics and science, you get politics.” John M. Barry When stories become deeply divisive it is a good time to ask some deeper questions. So here’s one: what is up with Ivermectin? Why has a decades old … Continue reading

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To the young I never knew – diary of a bystander to the death of the world I should have left you

“Most of us knew in our bones that things with the world weren’t right, long before it became a crisis.”― Pernell Plath Meier, In Our Bones August 13, 2021 Grief. That is the feeling, right there. As the old world slips … Continue reading

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