How Permanent is Permanent When Living in a Pandemic World?

We know that death and taxes are permanent parts of our lives. Change appears inevitable everywhere else. What seemed like permanent today is not tomorrow. For example, we were led to believe that COVID-19 vaccines were permanent – 95+% effective … Continue reading

Why Is It Impossible to See the Silver Lining Behind the Storm Clouds?

Omicron, the current bogeyman of our pandemic, does not seem to fit the mold of how dangerous coronavirus can be. Yes, there are some very virulent issues with the Omicron variant, but there is a lot to rejoice about at … Continue reading

Who Decides How Much Risk is Enough for Each of Us?

The pandemic has forced people to choose sides. On one side, the narrative is that everyone must, absolutely must, have a vaccine. Yet, this same position is held when scientific evidence demonstrates the vaccine degrades monthly after being inoculated. The … Continue reading

The Best Solution is Not Being Told

Time passes, and scientists are comparing the options to control or stop the pandemic virus. The general narrative is that the best protection is to get a vaccine. Yet, more fully vaccinated people are getting infected, entering hospitals, and dying … Continue reading

Surprise, Surprise, Surprise at the latest findings!

Older television audiences know the expression, Surprise! Surprise! Surprise! Private Gomer Pyle used it along with Shazam! and Golly! Surprise! Surprise! Surprise! (in Gomer Pyle’s voice) is also heard on the 1979 Pink Floyd record, The Wall – again a … Continue reading

Records Are Made to Be Broken – Or, Are They?

Over 60% of Americans (nearly 200 million) are fully vaccinated. Over 70% have received at least one dose. Yet, new cases of COVID-19 are rising daily in states that have the highest numbers of fully vaccinated citizens. Why? New COVID … Continue reading

Having a Bullet-Proof Mindset May be Hazardous to Your Health and Others

Everything we see and hear is that the vaccine is the best protection against becoming infected with coronavirus. This was probably very sound advice several months ago. And, it is still good advice for a couple of months after you … Continue reading

Survived the Virus – Now What?

I was blessed recently to have contracted the pandemic virus and survived with very mild symptoms – cough and fatigue. My wife and I received monoclonal antibody treatment quickly, and the recovery was complete in about ten days or so. … Continue reading