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How to beat COVID-19 with 'Swiss cheese'
No intervention is perfect, so we need many to quell the pandemic

July 30, 2021  •  Washington Examiner

Each of the measures shown in the figure here--the "Swiss cheese model of prevention"--lowers the probability that an infectious dose of virus will find its way to your respiratory tract and, if it does, will actually cause an infection. Also, depending on the effectiveness and extent of vaccine administration, vaccination could make some of the other interventions superfluous.

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Can The Care And Feeding Of College Students Go Too Far?
Until colleges set some boundaries on who is responsible for students' personal issues, costs, political correctness, and divisiveness will continue to grow.

July 28, 2021  •  Issues & Insights

The most recent whinging from progressives is about President Joe Biden's lack of support for forgiveness of student debt. We should consider ourselves fortunate that, for once, the president is resisting a terrible idea. Never mind the moral hazard aspect of the issue – the injustice of ignoring those who dutifully saved and worked to pay for their children's education, or the students who attended an inexpensive state college instead of an astronomically priced, prestigious Ivy League institution.

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Stanford is a world-class science institution... except when it comes to critical thinking about the 'sustainability myth' of organic agriculture
The miseducation of students is scandalous

July 27, 2021  •  Genetic Literacy Project

Stanford, which consistently ranks among the top U.S. colleges and universities, is one of the great research institutions in the world. But it is also the source of profound paradoxes — superb science in academic departments, but often uncritically defaulting to embrace trendy, socially attractive notions that actually contradict its well-earned reputation as a cutting-edge, science-grounded institution.

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We Need Full Approval Of COVID-19 Vaccines, But Only After Careful Evaluation
Manufacturers must demonstrate the ability to produce batch after batch with the necessary purity, potency, and sterility

July 15, 2021  •  Washington Examiner

It's been about six months since the Food and Drug Administration allowed the distribution of the first COVID-19 vaccines via emergency use authorizations, which are preliminary approvals during a public health emergency based on lower standards of safety and efficacy than for a normal, or "full," approval. As of July 13, 48.1% of the U.S. population had been fully vaccinated.

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Can a Prominent University Be Both a Paragon of Scientific Achievement and a Morass of Wokeness?
Stanford Proves It's Possible

July 14, 2021  •  Human Events

Please go to the Human Events website to read this article: https://humanevents.com/2021/07/14/can-a-prominent-university-be-both-a-paragon-of-scientific-achievement-and-a-morass-of-wokeness/

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