covid-19

Wesley Smith on Laura Ingraham Show

Wesley Smith Joins Laura Ingraham to Discuss the Dangers of Contact Tracing

Wesley J. Smith, Senior Fellow at Discovery Institute's Center on Human Exceptionalism, sat down with Laura Ingraham to express his concerns about using 'contact tracing' as a means of combatting COVID-19. Especially as technocrats continue to use the pandemic as a way to seize power. Read More ›
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Virus protection. Vaccine search. Antibodies and viral infection. Immune defense of the body. Attack on antigens 3D illustration

Covid-19, Random Mutations, and Aristotle’s Matrix of Design

On this episode of ID the Future, Andrew McDiarmid speaks with neurosurgeon Michael Egnor about Egnor’s recent Evolution News article, The Coronavirus Demonstrates How Evolution Presupposes Intelligent Design. Egnor notes that the coronavirus and other viruses are not, strictly speaking, considered living things, even if they depend on living hosts for their continued existence. Egnor also discusses the role of Read More ›

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Vitamin D gelcaps.
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Vitamin D and COVID-19: Is It Data or Noise?

Random data shows geographic clusters. Thus some locations will inevitably have higher COVID-19 rates than others. As my example shows, associating these clusters with personal characteristics after the fact is not convincing scientific evidence. That’s where randomized, controlled trials are needed. Read More ›
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Syringe with cotton and pill bottles. drug abuse.
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Wuhan’s Other Epidemic

Most know that the Chinese city is the source of the coronavirus — but not that it also fuels America’s deadly fentanyl epidemic. Read More ›
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Schoolboy stands in front of the school door. Back to school.
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Children Need Education — Re-Open Now

Just last month the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported that 21 percent of students enrolled in Clark County schools had no contact with the district after schools were shutdown. We cannot expect students to come back with the knowledge required to be successfully in today’s world. Read More ›