Links 12/16/20

Links for you. Science:

Can We Really Compare Covid-19 School Closures To Life Expectancy?
DC Health Has One Shot to Craft Its Public Message About the COVID-19 Vaccine
How Science Beat the Virus. And what it lost in the process
Evidence of Long-Distance Droplet Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 by Direct Air Flow in a Restaurant in Korea
How to Build Trust in the Vaccines


Luxury Ghost Towns. The pandemic proved cities have far too many ultraexpensive apartments. They shouldn’t forget it. (though I think that market will return–talking to one landlord of this kind of building, they’re not losing many more people, it’s that the replacements aren’t showing up)
The Donald, According to David Roth (interesting)
Michigan House punishes GOP Rep. Gary Eisen for hinting at Electoral College disruption
Portraits From A Pandemic: Hospital Chaplain Comforts Patients ‘Hurting, Scared And Isolated’
Potential family conflicts arise for Joe Biden and aides as his administration drafts new ethics rules
GOP Megadonor Celebrates His Profits From “Huge Increases In Rents” As Millions Face Eviction
Phil Mendelson on Not Extending Utility Shutoff Protections
Trump Strutted Like a Player, But Also Got Played
The Wealthy Are Leaving Cities. Good Riddance
Experts warn of low Covid vaccine trust among Black Americans
How Same-Day Shipping Is Clogging U.S. Roads
The Cabinet Selection Process Is Veering Off Course
Deadliest place in America: They shrugged off the pandemic, then their family and friends started dying
Why I’m so excited about solar and batteries
China Has Politics Too
Chrome is Bad
Follow the data: COVID trends point to more restrictions, perhaps a lockdown, by Jan. 1
How Sara Gideon Lost to Collins the Day After She Entered the Race
The GOP’s Minority Rule Caucus reveals its contempt for democracy
Everything We’ve Learned About Modern Economic Theory Is Wrong (maybe. Or maybe not)
The End of the Facebook Crime Spree

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