Comment: I usually don’t publish podcasts. I don’t even listen to them, as they are full of intuitive arguments, most of which lack solid, substantial backing. These young people seem to know everything on every topic imaginable but cannot support their convictions with rational and logical knowledge based on fact and real science. Often, their “product” is “sold” in a package of advertising techniques that target your hopes or fears and trigger emotional responses. That’ s why I don’t like ads. However, I decided to include this podcast. It not only illustrates the way of thinking created by the 1990’s educational reforms, but also reflects on the growing field of suspicion surrounding the current “pandemic controversy”. So, take it with a pinch of salt but take it and reflect on it, anyway.