It's like this............what I want is immaterial.........But Politics and Covid, whose fault, who started it, who has the right policy to combat it etc etc etc etc............has been done to death over the past two years.I hereby request that the thread be closed because it is "futile" as Orson pointed out.
It is worthy of psychological examination to be asking, according to him.
It is boring him to tears.
We certainly don't want THAT.
Give 'er the axe.
Things change when you get up in the morning (tm)
Omicron is different than Delta etc.
We learn, we adapt, we survive.
Science with a moving target.
Tell me it isn't so.
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That's absolutely true, but I don't know how much it helps. What's obviously true to one person will be obviously false to another. We won't always agree on who those disciples of lies are. To one person it's Rachel, to another it's Sean.. . . In short, it's topical, effects all of our lives, and should be discussed rather than surrender our right to do so to those who have proven themselves disciples of falsehoods and lies.
Science is never settled. Astrology and alchemy used to be science. So were palm reading and phrenology.Yes, you are correct. Therefore, perhaps we should beware "the science is settled" arguments. . . .
So we can act on what think we know now, or we can ignore the pandemic. To me, a routine of of masking, vaxxing, and distancing is just common sense. But even if it's not, does dismissing it as "surrender[ing] the floor or the narrative" get us closer to weathering the pandemic?
Science is never settled. Astrology and alchemy used to be science. So were palm reading and phrenology.
We've learned better since. If we're lucky, sciencists will learn more about viruses than they know now. Until then, we can use what information we have.