Is this a serous question?
Yes, viruses are pathogens. But also work very differently than the type of parasites Ivermectin is used to treat. Comparing the two is like comparing the sun to an orange because they're both round and orange.
No vaccine is 100% effective. That's why we need to get it into as many people as possible. For people with legitimate medical exemptions, sure. They're few and far between.
And I'm not a fan of people dying of a disease we have a vaccine to prevent.
I can only speak for myself. Very much in favor.
See, the problem I have with this line of thinking is that it doesn't just result in consequences for the unvaccinated. Hospitals are having their capacity to render basic care stretched further and further because of all the unvaccinated...
Honest question: other than The Clouds, do we have any surviving contemporary source about Socrates from a negative angle? It's possible, of course, that Plato is correct in his portrayal. It's also possible that Socrates was "that guy" at the debate club who wants to argue every point you...
Under Athenian law, after guilt was determined by a simple majority vote of the jury, both the accused and the accuser proposed a possible punishment.
Our friend, Socrates, proposed that he be given what was basically a pension and free dining at state expense for life. When his friends pleaded...
Denying the Athenian gods as well as "corrupting the youth."
Also if during the sentencing phase of the trial he had offered to pay a fine and go into exile, there's a good chance that would have been allowed as opposed to getting a hemlock smoothie.