Vaccination is really more of a religion

Marco Cáceres di Iorio

Vaccination is not a science. It is a religion. That is one of its central, self-destructive defects. But at least in the United States we have freedom of religion. It is our right to worship whatever god or deity or concept or consumer product we wish. It is the personal business of each person, and that is the way it should be with vaccines. Now, you may disagree with my underlying assumption—that vaccination is more religion than science. But sit back think about it. Science has never been meant to be something to be worshipped. It has long been a tool by which to advance knowledge. It has always been a constantly evolving process by which to improve our understanding of ourselves and the world around us. Science, unlike religion, has never been used as a pretext to persecute and condemn people for not demonstrating fealty to someone’s particular…

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