Let’s Hear it for the Science

Published October 10, 2021 by A.J.B. Johnston

October is proving to be a busy time, thanks ultimately to scientists whose names we may never know.


I refer to those women and men working in labs in different parts of the world who came up so incredibly quickly vaccines that work on COVID-19. Millions of lives have been saved and millions more are getting something close to their former lives back.


In my case, over the next dozen days I will be on PEI appearing in a film about a national historic site (Skmaqn—Port-la-Joye—Fort Amherst), on stage at the Marigold Centre with The Lincolns reading excerpts from my book and then a few days later speaking to the Truro PROBUS club about that same book.


Meanwhile, the digital file for my next book, co-authored with Jesse Francis, has just been sent off to the printers.


Busy times, thanks to unknown scientists and to hundreds of millions of people who are getting vaccinated.

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