American Institute for Economic Research
Dr. Carl Sagan was one of the premier scientists when it came to trying to bridge the gap of hard science with general public understanding. In the process, his personal enthusiasm for the wonder of science became evident to all. He also understood that science could be hijacked and that the highest standards of evidence were required when fantastic claims were being made.
In just a few short months, the world has gone from a normal functioning society to one of extreme panic and chaos (maybe The Twilight Zone could not have conceived of this to such a degree). We have seen the very foundations of human existence cracked, some might say disintegrated. There has been induced panic and hysteria, cultural and social disintegration, censorship, political hijacking, economic collapse and hardship, imposition of laws in free societies incurred beyond the usual process of lawmaking and resembling totalitarian regimes. In short, human existence has been turned upside down. Fortunately, there have been some zones of sanity around the world, but far too few.
The panic that has been induced has been directed towards trying to convince the public that SARS-COV-2, which I will refer to simply as coronavirus, is an apocalyptic virus that will doom anyone that gets it. This effort continues to this day.
Avoiding the virus, or run and hide, has been the major theme of the inducement. Therefore, the message is that all of these extreme measures are necessary to save people from the horrors of the disease. This is truly an extraordinary claim. So, where is the extraordinary evidence?
First, we need to go back in time BEFORE the panic because it seems that the collective memory of society has been lost.Read More