Links 12/13/20

Links for you. Science:

Biogen conference in Boston likely linked to 330,000 COVID-19 cases worldwide, researchers say (must-read; paper here)
Polarized Pandemic Response and Covid-19 Connectedness Across US States (also must-read; accessible to non-biologists)
Biologists say a wider American Legion Bridge would destroy critical research site
“A damn stupid thing to do”—the origins of C
How kids’ immune systems can evade COVID


Inside the Left’s New, ‘Mature’ Political Strategy (as I have been noting for a while, the ‘Left’ is just the New Deal)
The Missing Piece In America’s COVID-19 Isolation And Quarantine Strategy: Wraparound Services
Is Joe Biden Just Being Stubborn? A theory about his strangest nominees and appointments
‘A slap in the face’: Yuma hospital fires ER doctor for talking about COVID-19 in Arizona
Mass testing for COVID-19
Why Fox News’ ratings are tanking
2020 in Photos (D.C.)
Dianne Feinstein’s Missteps Raise a Painful Age Question Among Senate Democrats (thoughts on Feinstein here)
How Biden Should Investigate Trump
Hatred of liberals is all that’s left of conservatism
Mike Lee Really Just Used the Language of American Apartheid to Camouflage His Dickitude
The Republican Party As Totalitarian State
There’s Still Time to Beat Covid Without Lockdowns
Biden’s choice to lead USDA is sparking a broad backlash. Here’s why.
The Smoking Gun in the Facebook Antitrust Case
“Facebook Gets Paid”
What Really Saved the Republic From Trump?
Biden’s electors prepare to seal his victory, as Trump and coronavirus rage
Joe Biden Is Playing a Grimy Game With His Cabinet
This is what it looks like when a journalist finally breaks.
Race War: Will Trump’s use of bigotry to rally anxious white voters end with his term of office?

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2 Responses to Links 12/13/20

  1. Dave Dell says:

    The Left, The New Deal, The Justice Democrats…

    I don’t want FDR. I want Huey Long.

  2. I wonder whether you are a software engineer and, in either case, why you would amplify a pointless and irresponsible drive-by attack on the C language.

    The search for a language that only needs to be learned halfway before production software can be written in it will evidently continue; certainly it can never end.

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