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

Suppose There Was a Pandemic and No One Got Sick

The more I research the pandemic, the more fear and panic appear on stage. However, I live in Houston, Texas, and most of the time, I would never know there was a pandemic in my life. Therefore, other than visiting … Continue reading

How Dangerous is This Winter Season to Your Health?

Nearly 40,000 people have died each year from seasonal influenza for the past eight years except for last year. Less than a thousand (748 deaths) were recorded from just over 2,000 confirmed cases of seasonal influenza. The Twindemic forecast for … 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

The Rollercoaster of Pandemic Surges is Puzzling, Yet Promising

Yesterday, I wrote about the wild situation in Vermont, where nearly 90% of its citizens are vaccinated, and the pandemic is producing daily records of new cases of COVID-19. Today, the link below mentioned that Wyoming is next to the … Continue reading

Vermont’s Pandemic Challenge is Unexplainable, or is It?

I decided recently to publish my pandemic articles (over 300) into a series of books. I expect them to provide an eye-witness account of the daily accounts of living through a pandemic. This is not planned as a best-seller but … Continue reading

Will the Next Variant be Worse Than Delta?

No one realized how aggressive the Delta variant was until it hit home. India had the Delta variant surge from mid-March through mid-June 2021. Accurate statistics for COVID-19 deaths vary, but more than a dozen experts believe COVID-19 deaths alone … Continue reading

Should Breakthrough Infections Begin to Worry People?

When a COVID-19 vaccinated person becomes infected with coronavirus, the CDC uses breakthrough to describe this situation. Initially, there were very few breakthrough cases. However, it seems lately that something has happened that changed the risk of becoming a breakthrough … Continue reading

Having a Virus is One Thing – Knowing When You are Contagious is More Critical

Many of us have become infected with different viruses over the years. My wife and I are recent recipients of the current pandemic virus (a very mild case and resolved within two weeks). Researchers at the University of Buenos Aires … Continue reading