The case for a natural spillover event has looked less solid, while evidence for another theory has steadily assembled.
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It’s a phenomenon that British author Matt Ridley described as “ideas having sex with each other.”
Vaccine bonuses given by governments to encourage people to get vaccinated against COVID-19 are having no effect and could even be making some people less likely to get the shot.
It’s worth asking the obvious question: is fact-check journalism accomplishing its goal to better educate the public?
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