Links 7/15/20

Links for you. Science:

NYC Is Working On Tracking Coronavirus Through The Sewers
Prominent Claims that Policing is Not Racially Biased Rest on Flawed Science (retraction here)
A WHO-led mission may investigate the pandemic’s origin. Here are the key questions to ask
Studies Track Superspreading of COVID-19 (paper here)
The coronavirus pandemic and aerosols: Does COVID-19 transmit via expiratory particles?


I present to you the greatest public transport ad of all time.
What Women Want: Here’s what women who voted for Trump in 2016 are saying about him now.
The Last Reporter in Town Had One Big Question for His Rich Boss
Why Won’t Democrats Just Come Out for Legalizing Marijuana?
Real Genius
Today’s SCOTUS Ruling Means Trump’s Criminality Will Be Revealed—Someday
Dozens of Mississippi lawmakers have coronavirus after weeks of refusing to wear masks
Is Dan Snyder Really Changing the Washington Team’s Name?
The Fake Nerd Boys of Silicon Valley
Vigilance Had a Three-Month Shelf Life
I Was at the Tulsa Rally With Anti-Trump Vets. The President Should Be Worried.
The Right-Wing Myth of the Left-Wing Mob
Why Is a Tech Executive Installing Security Cameras Around San Francisco?
‘This is a time bomb’—Leaked docs reveal homophobic, racist police instructors (last paragraph is a doozy)
Has The American Left Lost Its Mind?
Not Your Server
How Should Values Influence Social Science Research?
Soldier of Fortune
What Gets Lost
The Tragic Loss of Coronavirus Patients’ Final Words
Online pundits should know (and factor in) that social media as a “public square” where “good faith debate” happens is a thing of the past.
I Am a Mom Who Desperately Wants Schools to Reopen. But Trump Isn’t Getting My Vote.

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1 Response to Links 7/15/20

  1. John Kane says:

    I present to you the greatest public transport ad of all time.

    Reminds me of taking the bus to work in as Ottawa snowstorm. Read the paper and arrive relaxed and ready to go while watching our car commuters jitter about as they tried to relax.

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