“Between chemistry and biology”…

Andrew Pekosz, a virologist at Johns Hopkins University, compared viruses to particularly destructive burglars: They break into your home, eat your food and use your furniture and have 10,000 babies. “And then they leave the place trashed,” he said.

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  1. “Nominally a great age of scientific inquiry, ours has actually become an age of superstition about the infallibility of science, of almost mystical faith in its nonmystical methods……..of eternal verities, of traffic-cop mentality, [of] rabbit-test truths.”
    Louis Kronenberger, 1854.

    A thumbs down to Dr. Fuaci, Dr. Gottlieb and Dr. Deborah.

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