Here are a few direct quotes from Facebook none of which are theological in nature: 1. "This question has been faced before in another context. At the end of WW2, the question arose, should we use the results of the Nazi's experiments on Jews in the concentration camps. Ignoring for a moment the fact that they were scientifically dubious, there was real question as to whether we should use their results." 2. "Let me give you a similar example. It is rare for people who freeze to death to be obliging enough to wear appropriate monitoring equipment for research purposes. Therefore much of our medical knowlege of hypothermia comes from those enterprising Nazi scientists who managed to "convince" Jewish "volunteers" to be submerged in water of varing temperatures for prolonged periods UNTIL DEATH. While we have repeated some of these experiments, we seem to feel the need to remove the subjects before death, and therefore limit our information. What do we do with the data generated by these experiments, horrific as they are, from the 1930s? Do we take advantage of the information to save current victims, or do we take a stand on principal and pretend that they never happened, potentially costing lives NOW?" I think the issue with the parallel between the Vaccine Ingredient WI-38/Warvax-2 and WW2 data is the continuous nature of the abortion rate. I don't see a reason to terminate the data from WW2 studies. However, since WI-38 is coming close to the end of its lifespan WARVAX-2 should be used continuing the cycle.