Morning Musings

by Judi L. Nath, Ph.D.
Skin Deep

Skin Deep

My Morning Musings: Skin DeepI don’t know how to stop racism. Apparently, nobody does. Despite efforts to eradicate it, it still exists as an aggressive cancer without a cure. Historians, political scientists, sociologists, and others are quite adept at writing from...

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To Facemask or Not to Facemask

To Facemask or Not to Facemask

My Morning Musings: To Facemask or Not to FacemaskTo facemask or not to facemask? Good golly, Miss Molly. How on earth did facemasks become such a contentious issue? I've been sitting on this musing for quite some time because I wanted to write when I had...

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How Science is Done

How Science is Done

My Morning Musings: How Science is DoneTo begin, let’s get us ALL on the SAME PAGE. It is impossible - literally impossible - for the scientific community to respond to every conspiracy theory, YouTube disinformation video, Facebook armchair epidemiologist, and...

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How Do You Kill a Virus

How Do You Kill a Virus

My Morning Musings: How Do You Kill a Virus? The answers to this question depend on where the virus is found – that is, whether it is found "on something non-living", "on something living", or "in something living".  So, "on or in" and "living and non-living" are...

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Words Matter

Words Matter

My Morning Musings: Words Matter We're in week ??? of the COVID-19 pandemic. With so much happening on a day-to-day basis, I struggled with what to write about today. Basically, I was suffering from analysis paralysis. I knew I didn't want to get into the dandelions;...

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