The “field of public health” is complicit in the worst episode of scientific malfeasance in the 21st century.
How an atheist philosopher of science mentored an intelligent design theorist.
Do you now see that protective guidelines and so-called restrictions, which advocates solemnly promise will protect against abuse, are mere useless veneer?
Never mind that the U.S.’s increased reliance on natural gas has allowed us, pretty much alone in the world, to actually reduce our carbon emissions.
I fear many will shrug and say, “The man wanted to die. What else is there to think about?”