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Corona: The Crisis of Scientific Thinking

When a deadly pandemic is circumvented, drastic measures seem to be justified at first, as it seems right to submit to these measures until clarity is achieved. After all, it is better to suffer personal disadvantages for a few weeks than to have to realize in retrospect that one’s own misconduct may have cost human lives.

At the same time, however, a clean, scientific analysis must be carried out, uninfluenced by political and economic interests! At the same time, the mass media and the population must critically examine the medical claims and political regulations, carefully examine their truthfulness, and insist on objective, uncolored, unembellished answers, because otherwise we will sacrifice our highest values — the rule of law, the Basic Law and freedom — on the altar of unscientificity and the uncritical acceptance of preconceived opinions. So, are the measures justified? Is Corona as dangerous as claimed? How reliable are the tests? What are the causes of the appalling death toll in Italy, Spain, and New York? What does a logical, scientific analysis reveal? What will remain of Corona?

A downloadable magazine on Corona virus and the crisis of scientific thinking, when facts and figures don't go hand in hand with images of fear-mongering and prescribed measures!

https://rethink-corona.com/

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