Thanks so much for your feedback. Yes, science on such a novel phenomenon as COVID will be inexact. You are correct. My article related specifically to Rogan's behavior when Dr. Malone guested on his show. When Rogan had Dr. Sanjay Gupta about a month ago, Rogan challenged him on most of Gupta's assertions. He should challenge his guest's assertions. That's his role. But when Malone was on, Rogan was not only conspicuously silent when Malone made inaccurate and patently false statements, he encouraged them. Listen to Malone's statements on vaccines affecting female fertility. Rogan, said, "This is important" as Malone proceeded to prevaricate and misinform. That's Malone's prerogative, but Rogan should have challenged him. When you present differing points of view, then you should be tough on proponents of both sides of an issue. Try the Left Right & Center podcast. It's one of my favorites because the show has a conservative, a liberal and a moderate on to discuss issues and as a listener I get the opportunity to hear varying points of view. There is no yelling or name-calling, and it's a frank and candid discussion from diverse viewpoints. In fact, there are times when the conservative and liberal agree. In a media world of Fox News and MSNBC where they each speak in their own echo chamber, it's refreshing to hear people disagree without being disagreeable.