Links 10/20/20

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Links for you. Science:

‘Big Pile’ Of Live Eels Dumped In Lake In NYC Park; Impact Not Yet Known
Who Decides When Vaccine Studies Are Done? Internal Documents Show Fauci Plays a Key Role.
How To Break the Covid Doom Loop
How the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally may have spread coronavirus across the Upper Midwest
A Biden presidency could have a ‘remarkable’ impact on science policy—but also face hurdles

Other:

Thousands Of Mail-In Ballots Delayed In Ohio, Pennsylvania After Printing Company Fiasco
Japan wants to shred its paper habit. Could it finally leave the fax behind?
The average Boston commuter has gained nearly seven hours a week. But what have we done with the time? (doomscroll on Twitter)
The Nazis took a precious kettle from a Jewish couple. Some 86 years later, their grandson in Maryland got it back.
There Is Only One Solution to the Amy Coney Barrett Debacle
Controlling the Pandemic Is the First Step Toward Rescuing a Failed System
Big Business and its Bottomless Bootlickers
Where the Air Is Pure
Trump Says He Might Leave the Country If He Loses. Does He Mean It?
He Won’t Concede, but He’ll Pack His Bags
Survey finds Americans are more united than divided on wearing face masks
More Than 1,000 Current and Former CDC Officers Criticize U.S. Covid-19 Response
Why They Loved Him
The News Media Isn’t Biased Against Trump. It’s Biased For Him.
There’s a Word for Why We Wear Masks, and Liberals Should Say It. It’s high time Democrats played some philosophical offense on the concept of “freedom.”
EPA Chief Issues ‘Straight-Up Racist’ Order to Return to Offices
Chelsea is about to become the country’s biggest experiment in giving out no-strings-attached checks
Freedum
Coca-Cola eliminates TaB, its original diet soft drink
One last vote: In Michigan, a terminally ill man’s mission to cast a ballot
Senate Democrats try to save federal workforce from Trump’s harebrained payroll tax scheme
As cases rise again, second thoughts on another lockdown

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