A peer-reviewed article uncovers how medical professionals were silenced for their views on the pandemic.
I’ve been shocked by how otherwise thoughtful people assume that physicians and other experts like Collins, those with the loudest media voices, are reliable.
To get the Washington State data, I’ve had to make repeated inquiries, and ultimately file a formal public documents request.
While others demand crackdowns on “fake news,” the Society reminds us that the history of science is one of error correction.
Now, after two years, facts are becoming clearer — and so are the momentous consequences of the pandemic for our culture.