"Understanding COVID" reminds people of the core fact that makes the Scientific Method possible: Science requires the ability to question. Experimentation and questioning have always been the foundations of science, yet in our modern era it seems hysteria grows louder and louder. As we go through this process, we discover that ideas that were once accepted as truth could have a short life span and quickly become overturned by new and better information. By disregarding ideas that have the potential to deliver the truth, the scientific world is taking a step backwards in a time where it should be flourishing more than ever before.
It was a surprise when scientists who questioned the effectiveness or safety of the COVID vaccines, were labeled as spreading "misinformation," and suppressed, even though those scientists were recognized authorities in vaccine research.
It's that idea in mind that has prompted the author Reuben Bibi to review the actual research studies and look at some of the fine print of those who are investigating COVID and the vaccines. By sifting through the very research by those who were supportive of the vaccines as well as those who argued against it, Bibi has compiled a book which is packed with information that provides the history of our medical standards; presents the various early warning systems that have been set up by the government; why these vaccines cannot stop infection, by design; the effectiveness of alternative treatments; how these vaccines work and the risks that are faced when taking; and more.
It's only through knowing the risks and benefits of any drug that we can make concrete decisions about what is safe for our bodies. This book was written to help the reader make that determination.
This is a vital book for anyone that's interested in being informed, whether they've taken the vaccine or not. Keeping the scientific process alive in our cultural discussion is crucial to create a well-informed population capable of logical rhetoric. COVID is just another part of our "normal" world now, so it's best to be informed.