Links for you. Science:
How to Build a Better Homemade Face Mask, According to Science
Some Long Covid Patients Feel Much Better After Getting the Vaccine
Should You Trust the Myers-Briggs Personality Test?
‘It’s a very special picture.’ Why vaccine safety experts put the brakes on AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine
Virus Variants Likely Evolved Inside People With Weak Immune Systems
How the U.S. Pandemic Response Went Wrong—and What Went Right—during a Year of COVID
The Covid Cycle
The Revolt Against the 30% Mafia
Here’s why Substack’s scam worked so well
Congressman Proposes Repeal of Amendment That Allows DC Residents to Vote for President. South Dakota Representative Dusty Johnson says it’s a necessary part of his proposal to retrocede most of the District to Maryland. (something neither Maryland nor D.C. want)
But What If Democrats Do Too Much Of The Really Popular Things
Democrats will have only themselves to blame if they let Republicans make voting harder
Drugmakers Promise Investors They’ll Soon Hike Covid-19 Vaccine Prices
Let Our Doses Go! The United States has more vaccine lined up than it needs. It should be distributing them to countries that have few to none.
Biden White House Sandbags Staffers, Sidelines Dozens for Pot Use
The way Fox News hosts discuss vaccines is a public health nightmare
Conservative Fanboys: The conservative cinematic universe is folding in on itself.
Why Amazon, Google, and Microsoft Are Designing Their Own Chips
Bernie Sanders Has A Secret Weapon In Pushing Democratic Policy Through Senate
How Biden Funds His Next Bill: Shrink the $7.5 Trillion Tax Gap. The I.R.S. is often unable to detect or fight blatant tax cheating by the rich and big businesses. Restoring the missing revenue is a solution that pays for itself.
Why Your Boring Utility Bill Is Much More Important Than You Think
There’s Not Much For the United States Up in Space
Sanders: Americans Care More About $1,400 Checks From Aid Plan Than Lack Of GOP Votes
‘Covid is taking over’: Brazil plunges into deadliest chapter of its epidemic
America isn’t in a cyberwar with Russia and China — it’s actually the most sophisticated spy game in human history. And the US is much stronger than it looks.
Defrauded students to receive loan forgiveness