To make good decisions and recommendations regarding vaccines, and before we are pro or con, we should understand them. And that means vknowing the essence and the conceptual background of vaccines, as I discuss in the video.
Vaccines do not work in isolation: we should not be advocating for or against vaccines until we have sleep, hygiene, nutrition, exercise, and lifestyle understood and done right. (And human health and human evolutionary ecology.)
Those are fundamentals that must be in place first. Then we can decide to be for a vaccine for a particular person in a particular situation, or against. Then we can weigh the pros and cons.
After all, a human being living in an ecology and having an evolutionary past is what we are talking about. Vaccines do not exist and function out of that context. If someone has wrecked sleep and a wrecked diet, the vaccine is of no or little use — and could be harmful.
So as not to hurt, injure, or kill ourselves or someone else, we should follow the norms of epistemology and science. We should care. Practicing logic underlies and undergirds taking care of what we love.
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