Coronavirus Collateral Consequences

TheDC Shorts
Police Robot Dogs Are On The Prowl
May 11, 2020 – 3:04
The newest social distance-enforcer is here

Officer’s Message to Police:
We Are Trampling People’s Liberties
May 11, 2020 – 7:00
The officer who filmed this viral video has been reportedly placed on administrative leave pending investigation.

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Faith, Atheism, and Science

I have a bunch of videos that I’ve had partially drafted, some for many months. This one has been in draft since Mid-2019. Just wanted to tie it to another post, but kept putting it off.
Cleaning Out the Video Backlog #10 — 6 (or so) to go.


Dr. Frank Turek Talks Faith & Atheism with Will Witt

PragerU – Aug 19, 2019 – 18:41
Does God exist? If there is a God, why is there so much evil in the world? Is there evidence for the Christian faith and the Bible?

Will Witt sits down with Dr. Frank Turek at Summit Ministries to discuss common questions about faith and atheism.

David Berlinski—Atheism and its Scientific Pretensions

h/t The News Junkie on Maggie’s Farm

HooverInstitution – Sep 1, 2011 – 42:11
Recorded on April 25, 2011,

David Berlinski is the author of a number of books, including the recent volumes One, Two, Three: Absolutely Elementary Mathematics and The Devil’s Delusion: Atheism and Its Scientific Pretensions.

Berlinski asserts that “a great many men and women have a dull, hurt, angry sense of being oppressed by the sciences. They are frustrated by endless scientific boasting. They suspect that … the scientific community holds them in contempt. They are right to feel this way.” With Darwin’s theory of evolution as a point of departure, he takes scientists to task for their antireligious assumptions and explores the conflict between the scientific community and those with firmly held religious beliefs.

Related previous post with David Berlinski:
Cell Development, Darwin Math-Checked
SciShow: How Cells Got Their Membranes (Maybe)
Mathematical Challenges to Darwin’s Theory of Evolution

Contagion, Containment, Coercion, and Constitution -updated

Updated to add PragerU video

Why Is SARS-CoV-2 So Contagious?
SciShow – May 1, 2020 – 7:56
SARS-CoV-2 is super contagious, and researchers don’t yet know all the reasons why. But by comparing this new virus to the similar one that causes SARS, we’ve found a lot of promising leads that could help us figure out how to beat this thing. Hosted by: Hank Green

Essential or Non-Essential? Coronavirus Edition!
We the Internet TV – Apr 30, 2020 – 3:22
Think you know which products and services are essential to your life? Think again! Certain essential businesses are allowed to remain open during the COVID-19 shutdown, but every country, state, and city has their own definition of “essential.”

Businesses Revolt! Defy ‘Stay Closed’ Orders
TheDC Shorts – May 1, 2020 – 3:08
More and more, businesses across the country are beginning to defy orders to stay closed.

Banking Expert: What You Need to Know About Today’s Economy
Premiered Apr 30, 2020 – 24:46
Over 20 million Americans are out of work. Livelihoods and businesses have been entirely lost. The ramifications of the lockdowns are catastrophic and may end more lives than the virus will. Will Witt sits with banking expert Eric Hovde to discuss the economic impact of the Coronavirus response.

The Coronavirus and the Constitution
The Coronavirus and Public Policy

Hillsdale College – May 1, 2020 – 45:49
This Hillsdale College online symposium session features a panel discussion with Hillsdale President Larry P. Arnn and members of the Hillsdale Politics Department. They discuss the political issues facing Americans as a result of the coronavirus crisis.

Light at the End of the Tunnel…

…is ultra-violet!

Doctor: COVID-19 Lockdowns Are Bad for Patient Care
Apr 27, 2020 – 18:03
These are some of the tragically overlooked casualties of the COVID-19 lockdown. Will Witt interviews Dr. Lisa Cassileth in Beverly Hills, CA about virus immunity, prevention, treatment, and the current state of our health care system.

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