In order to commemorate the splendid take down of Harvard’s Martin Kulldorff, Oxford’s Sunetra Gupta and Stanford’s Jay Bhattacharya, three fringe and dangerous people, the first annual Noball Prize in Physiology or Medicine goes to Francis Collins, who was the director of the National Institutes of Health at the time of the take down.
Collins initiated the quick and devastating published take down with an email to Anthony Fauci and Cliff Lane:
and Anthony Fauci, an able technician, completed the technical task:
The significance of Collin’s email is that it now frees all scientists and medical personnel with less stature than the director of the National Institutes of Health from having to gather evidence, analyze data, and justify the inferences and recommendations made from the data. Indeed in every decolonized field in academia, ignorance will be “replaced” by power rather than by knowledge. We foresee that in the future Noball Prizes will be awarded to the powerful in every field.
It has not escaped our notice that Collins’ Novo Organum abolishes the need for Merit, Fairness, and Equality–at least in science and medicine.