On Science, Reality & Our Attention Spans

I saw the following quote and find myself thinking about Facebook, Twitter, vaccination hesitancy or denial, conspiracy theories and more. It's good to pause the TV news and social media at times. Read a book — or even just a full newspaper or magazine article. “I have a foreboding of an America in my children's … Continue reading On Science, Reality & Our Attention Spans

On An Interview with Anthony Fauci

Most of the TV interviews I've seen with Dr. Fauci and other medical authorities have been quick and truncated with lots of interruptions. Points get half made and then the interviewer rushes them onto another point before the commercial break. I found this refreshing 23-minute interview on YouTube with Dr. Fauci that allows him to … Continue reading On An Interview with Anthony Fauci

On Republican Attacks Against Reason & Science

As I said here the other day, the Republican Party has gone off the rails into a world of utter fantasy and delusion. Their attacks against Fauci go deeper than the man. He's just a symbol for what is actually an attack against reason and science — ultimately to the detriment of everyone, including themselves. … Continue reading On Republican Attacks Against Reason & Science

On the Transgender Sports Debate

Henry Ng, MD The Ohio Legislature is considering House Bill 61 and Senate Bill 132 that would ban transgender girls and women from participation in girls' and women's sports. These bills are based on the commonly-held belief expressed by Representative Jena Powell. She said, "Biological males possess many physiological advantages over females, including greater lung … Continue reading On the Transgender Sports Debate