Links 7/1/21

Links for you. Science:

Even mild COVID in young people often leads to long-term symptoms
No One Imagined Giant Lizard Nests Would Be This Weird. People didn’t know where yellow-spotted goannas laid their eggs, until one team started digging.
Why most people who now die with Covid in England have been vaccinated
GeneGrouper
Hospitalization of Adolescents Aged 12–17 Years with Laboratory-Confirmed COVID-19 — COVID-NET, 14 States, March 1, 2020–April 24, 2021

Other:

The Case Against the Covid-19 Lab Leak Theory. Most theories about the pandemic starting with a bioengineered virus are less plausible than the simpler alternative: bats being bats. (excellent; must-read)
Teetering on the edge of fascism
The End of American Politics: Everything you think you know about how our democracy functions is about to change.
Where the buffalo roam: world’s longest wildlife bridge could cross the Mississippi
Coronavirus Hong Kong: second local Delta case triggers fears of fifth Covid-19 wave
Republicans have given away the game
Dangerous Heat Wave Is Literally Melting Critical Infrastructure in the Pacific Northwest
America’s largest evangelical denomination is at war with itself
A Homeless Amazon Warehouse Worker in New York City Tells Her Story
The Bishops Are Wrong About Biden — and Abortion
RACHEL BITECOFER’S APPROACH MIGHT NOT BE GOOD FOR WINNING ELECTIONS, BUT IT WOULD BE GOOD FOR AMERICA
She predicted the blue wave — now she’s trying to prevent a big red one
College athletics is now doomed
Most advertisers have dumped Tucker Carlson — why he’s still on TV?
Not Over
DC Bigs’ Bothsidesist Journalism Having a Moment
But hOw dO we pAy fOR iT
Goodbye, Marilyn. Hello, Maryland. A D.C. hair salon leaves behind its mural.
How Amazon Bullies, Manipulates, and Lies to Reporters
D.C. Nearly Cleared A Homeless Encampment For A Streatery. Now Advocates Want Changes To Permitting
Katy Perry & Orlando Bloom: Transmissions from the Future (over the top, but politics ain’t beanbag)

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