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Letter to the editor: If we can't trust evidence, what can we trust?

Letter to the editor: If we can't trust evidence, what can we trust?

A person in possession of the most intricate, complex, and phenomenal organism on earth — the human brain — is terrified of getting an inoculation in the arm or consenting to the inconvenience of wearing a mask to curtail the spread of the intensely contagious Coronavirus mutation.

These folks would prefer to die an agonizing death, or to get the most miserably ill they have ever felt and then survive to experience recurring symptoms like loss of smell and taste, weakness, headaches, and other varieties of pain throughout their bodies for the rest of their lives.

If we cannot trust evidence, observation, and logic (a definition of science), who can we trust? I would go with my doctor and not some TV preacher or political hack.

Lynn Leroy Arney

Absarokee

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