Links 8/20/20

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Links for you. Science:

Insect apocalypse? Not so fast, at least in North America
UK’s rapid Covid test not yet approved by regulators
Hurricane evacuees from South Florida would spread COVID-19 cases by the thousands, new study finds
What Happens to Viral Particles on the Subway
Genomic analyses of Staphylococcus aureus clonal complex 45 isolates does not distinguish nasal carriage from bacteraemia

Other:

A look at the Americans who believe there is some truth to the conspiracy theory that COVID-19 was planned
How Mitch McConnell Is Making the Case For Ending the Filibuster
Amazon Is a Private Government. Congress Needs to Step Up. Reining in the tech giants will help restore American democracy.
A Black Marxist Scholar Wanted to Talk About Race. It Ignited a Fury.
Trump’s attacks on the Postal Service deserve sustained, red-alert coverage from the media
QAnon Promotes Pedo-Ring Conspiracy Theories. Now They’re Stealing Kids.
Co-opt & Corrupt: How Trump Bent and Broke the GOP
How to Show Kids the Joy of Reading
Listen — If New York Is ‘Over’ For You, Please Leave
Busy work. Trump’s secret political weapon: Wasting his opponents’ time
The Democratic Convention Is Shaping Up to Be a Centrist Hoedown
You Do Not Owe Staying to a Failed City
Representative Barbara Lee: ‘The Public Is With Us’
The Reason Americans Don’t Trust Experts – Economists (while this isn’t painting with a broad brush, it’s hurling cans of paint through the canvas, there’s some truth in it)
Please Vote in Person if You Can (depending on the state, yes)
IT’S NOT YOUR JOB
The White Supremacist “Scholars” Pushing the Kamala Harris Birther Lie
The Plan Is Hope
Universal Testing: An Overlooked Covid-19 Policy Response
Are bread riots coming to America?
NYC’s Bedbug-Sniffing Dogs Prepare for Retirement

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2 Responses to Links 8/20/20

  1. “The Reason Americans Don’t Trust Experts” has nothing to do with economists and still less to do with the past forty years. It has to do with attitudes toward the sociology of education that go back to 17th Century England.

  2. jmagoun says:

    Although you just repeated the NY Times headline about the article “A Black Marxist Scholar Wanted to Talk About Race. It Ignited a Fury”, as I understand the article the headline was misleading. It should have been: “A Black Marxist Scholar Wanted to Talk About Class. It Ignited a Fury.”

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