4/22/2020 Science is a Discipline based upon Skepticism not Consensus

I have found the following two YouTube links interesting as we navigate alternative solutions to our current pandemic.

The first is an update from Stanford physician and epidemiologist, Dr. John Ioannides and the second is Dr. David Katz, a professor of Medicine and Public Health from Yale University. As the public may be coming to realize, science is not a democracy but rather, a skeptical discipline. Ultimately, it will self-correct as data evolves. This is a healthy process and should be not be suppressed.  The pandemic response will require a balancing of science, economics and politics.  In my view, they should be prioritized in that order.

Dr. Loannides:



Dr. Katz:




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