Monthly Archives: April 2020

Another excerpt from Science in the Atomic Age

I am putting the finishing touches on my 7th/8th grade book Science in the Atomic Age (which should be available for purchase in June), and I wanted to post another excerpt from the book. The excerpt I posted previously comes … Continue reading

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Harvard Graduate Responds to Proposed Ban on Homeschooling

A few weeks ago, I wrote about an anti-homeschooling summit that was being held at Harvard Law School. Well, over the weekend, I got several emails and Facebook contacts that contained an article written about one of the summit’s organizers, … Continue reading

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What Does Social Distancing Accomplish?

In a comment on a previous post about COVID-19, John D. said that he was watching Sweden and Denmark to evaluate whether or not shutting down most of society is an effective strategy against the disease. Why? Because they are … Continue reading

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Please…Discard the Dogma!

It always troubles me when I read other scientists who ignore the data in order to cling to their cherished dogmas. As a scientist, I know that this holds back the progress of science. As a result, I was heartened … Continue reading

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Are Hydroxychloroquine and Azithromycin Effective Against COVID-19?

Two weeks ago I wrote about a possible treatment for COVID-19, the pandemic disease that is affecting most of our lives. It has been championed by French physician and microbiologist Dr. Didier Raoult. So far, he has written two papers … Continue reading

Posted in Medical Science, Modern Science | 16 Comments