Links 7/5/21

Links for you. Science:

Association between COVID-19 outcomes and mask mandates, adherence, and attitudes
Alcohol unleashes homo economicus by inhibiting cooperation (thinking about Wall Street, what about cocaine?)
Prolonged SARS-CoV-2 RNA Shedding from Therapy Cat after Cluster Outbreak in Retirement Home (TEH KITTEH!)
Persistence of Neutralizing Antibody Response up to One Year after Asymptomatic or Symptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infection
Escherichia coli Strains Producing Selected Bacteriocins Inhibit Porcine Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) under both In Vitro and In Vivo Conditions


What Newsrooms Still Don’t Understand About the Internet: You can’t report on a culture war and also be an invisible bystander
Facebook is Other People: This is what “democratization” looks like
America’s ‘Great Chief Justice’ Was an Unrepentant Slaveholder. John Marshall not only owned people; he owned many of them, and aggressively bought them when he could.
Newsrooms Need To Treat Coordinated Online Attacks On Reporters Like Propaganda – And Act Like They’re At War
Nancy Pelosi has backed Kevin McCarthy into a corner
‘As Long as the Party Embraces Trump, It’s Going to Have Trouble’. The Republican collapse in Michigan’s Oakland County, once a stronghold, was a long time coming. Is losing these suburbs a warning light for Trumpism?
Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Protects Against Delta Variant, Company Reports
Words That Mean Nothing: Our political discourse is dominated by issues that don’t exist
Health care ‘breaking point’: Cox confirms some Springfield COVID-19 patients transferred to St. Louis, Kansas City
The obscenely rich of the 21st century are exposed as wannabe aristocrats
Douglas Coupland on Generation X at 30: ‘Generational trashing is eternal’
Why Republicans are suddenly reluctant to condemn political violence
There’s one place in the U.S. where more businesses are requiring COVID-19 vaccine for employees
Condos Are in Uncharted Territory: The first generation of American condominiums is reaching old age. Are homeowner boards up to the task? (nope!)
Pelosi and Schumer, cancel recess. Save democracy
The Internet Is Rotting: Too much has been lost already. The glue that holds humanity’s knowledge together is coming undone. (linkrot and other problems)
Needle exchanges are a proven tool to fight HIV, but officials still want to shut them down. The science is solid. The politics are more partisan than ever.
Andy Harris, Maryland’s only Republican, fears being written off the map. Some say it could happen. (anti-D.C. statehood douchebag)
DeJoy’s USPS slowdown plan will delay the mail. What’s it mean for your Zip code? (fire DeJoy)
Madagascar is headed toward a climate change-linked famine it did not create

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