Despite the best well written explanations supporting mass use of face masks, real world observations simply do not support the claim that face masks control the spread of COVID-19.
Here I look closely at a high-profile study, often referenced to justify mandating face masks for all to control the spread of COVID-19.
Legally requiring people to wear cloth face masks, regardless of whether they have outward symptoms of a disease, is a demonstration of willful blindness.
Requiring everyone to wear cloth face masks, regardless of whether they have a known infection or not, is simply ridiculous.
COVID-19 enabled the state of North Carolina to discriminate against consumers on a mass scale.
What first appears to be scientific reasoning about the effectiveness of face masks turns out to be faith dressed up as fact.
North Carolina's statewide face mask mandate lacked both proper authority to enact it and proper substance in terms of evidence to support it.
Total number of deaths in the population, all-cause mortality, indicates COVID-19 was not the menace that popular reports made it out to be.
A solid scientific basis does not exist to support or justify forcing people to wear simple cloth face masks as a means of controlling the spread of COVID-19.
Government leaders and organizational leaders do not know what they are doing, when they institute mandatory wearing of cloth face masks in response to COVID-19.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the go-to authority supporting claims of worldwide climate catastrophe, but this authority is based on false science.
Major policies and life changes should be based on sound reasoning derived from facts and rational analysis.
Information about climate change has degraded further into an unreal farce.
The American Lung Association's 2019 air-quality report makes false representations.
When making top-level decisions that effect the well-being of a city, state or country, smart leaders get informed about the facts of climate change.
Learn how the Fourth National Climate Assessment came into existence, who oversaw its development, and why these circumstances raise questions about believing what the report claims.
This intensely chocolate, very sweet, three-layered, nine-inch round cake is made from scratch. It includes cocoa powder, sugar, butter, heavy cream, and eggs.
Use logs, tree branches, vines, and yard trimmings to make a raised garden bed that has an earthy, organic appeal.
A clause-by-clause review suggests how misguided about climate change United States law makers might be.
The latest research on cholesterol indicates that eating at least seven eggs a week does not increase risk of heart disease or stroke in reasonably healthy individuals.
Homemade rigid, semi-circular cradles made of fence wire offer distinct advantages over panty hose support sacks in growing melons or pumpkins vertically on a trellis.
Learn how to build a pumpkin trellis that is strong, light weight, and moveable between garden beds and between planting seasons.
A three-compartment cage made from sturdy fence wire provides ideal support for three tomato plants in a garden plot dedicated only to tomatoes, measuring ten feet by four feet.
Prolonged disregard for financial realities resulted in the 2013 closing of this historic regional theatre in Northern Virginia.
The demise of physical fitness is nothing new in human history.
Modern libraries have lost their integrity, because modern library leaders have sanctified noise and condemned silence.
I found the largest-dimensioned, print-on-demand wall calendars currently in existence at cafepress.com, measuring a huge 17 x 22 inches, with high-quality materials, superior image reproduction, and sturdy spiral-wire binding, using my fascinating FLUIDISM, fluid dynamics art photography.
Do ice cores from Greenland and Antarctica contain air of Earth's ancient atmospheres, or do these ice cores contain only artifacts of glacier dynamics?
After creating, self-publishing, and buying five different versions of the same photo wall calendar, I can now review the five popular print-on-demand companies that produced them.