Links 4/30/20

Links for you. Science:

Nobel laureate Luc Montagnier embraces the conspiracy theory that SARS-CoV-2 was made in a Wuhan lab
Why It’s So Freaking Hard To Make A Good COVID-19 Model
Obituary: Jacques Acar, ISID co-founder, former president
Oregon Humongous Fungus Sets Record As Largest Single Living Organism On Earth
Cryptic transmission of SARS-CoV-2 in Washington State (it looks like one source–if correct, the political implications of not having enough testing capacity are damning)


How Trump and His Team Covered Up the Coronavirus in Five Days
The far right wants to make its shared ‘Boogaloo’ fantasy of violent civil war a reality
Trump and friends didn’t just ‘ignore’ COVID-19, they engaged in a cover-up
It’s Too Soon to Reopen States. The Coronavirus Is Not Under Control. Leaders are overestimating how far we’ve come and are underestimating what it will take to manage Covid-19 in a near-normal world.
Senators From Maryland And Virginia Demand Consistent Federal Worker Telework Policy
Another casualty of the coronavirus pandemic: The taxi industry
Thousands Of Coronavirus Tests Are Lying Unused At Local Biotech Firms
A Professor’s Last Crucial Decision: When to Retire
Bad WiFi is slowing you down. Fix yours without spending a dime.
Nurses Say They Don’t Want to Be Called Heroes During the Coronavirus Pandemic (my thoughts here)
Ward 8 Residents Say They Haven’t Been Getting Their Mail
Why The Left Keeps Losing And What They Must Do To Win

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