Links for you. Science:
The entire corpus of the Sequence Read Archive (SRA) now live on two cloud platforms!
Interim Estimates of 2019–20 Seasonal Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness — United States, February 2020
Reading the Past in Old, Urine-Caked Rat’s Nests
HIV Drugs Inhibit Transfer of Plasmids Carrying Extended-Spectrum β-Lactamase and Carbapenemase Genes
Why some experts are questioning China’s coronavirus claims
Michael Bloomberg Has A Communism Problem: He defends his personal fortune by defending Xi Jinping.
Finally, Can We All Agree? Everything We Were Told About Bernie Sanders Was Wrong
Media, political elites who didn’t see Trump in 2016 are blowing it again with Bernie Sanders
Bernie Sanders looks electable in surveys — but it could be a mirage (there are some issues with the study, such as respondents are shown negative attacks about the Democratic candidates, but not Trump; ignores the record youth vote in 2018)
The For-Profit Contractor Behind Troubled Policing In Pete Buttigieg’s South Bend
Moscow targets Chinese with raids amid virus fears
How European-Style Public Housing Could Help Solve The Affordability Crisis
10 Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About The U.S. Botanic Garden
Don’t Let the Astros’ Scandal Take Away from What the Nats Accomplished
Protecting the Truth About the Coronavirus in China
Republican Cynicism May Win Trump Re-election
What is it like to be a pol?
First Reminder: They want us to die
A line-by-line response to Fred Hiatt’s pro-oil, anti-Sanders climate op-ed: The Post’s editorial board editor strikes again with another anti-Sanders climate piece, and I strike again with my opinions about it.
The important word in ‘democratic socialism’ is ‘democratic’
Virus Cuts China’s Carbon Emissions by 100 Million Metric Tons
‘Boogaloo’ civil war talk takes on a life of its own as far-right extremists coalesce
What Happens After You’re Cancelled
How Does Bernie Pay for His Major Plans?
Democrats, stop freaking out about Bernie Sanders
Reliability of expensive new voting machines called into question