Links for you. Science:
Comparative Pathogenomics of Escherichia coli: Polyvalent Vaccine Target Identification through Virulome Analysis
Pandemic of antibiotic resistance is shortening the lives of children in Bangladesh
Elusive glass octopus spotted in the remote Pacific Ocean
Why autoimmunity is most common in women
Huge study supporting ivermectin as Covid treatment withdrawn over ethical concerns: The preprint endorsing ivermectin as a coronavirus therapy has been widely cited, but independent researchers find glaring discrepancies in the data
How To Handle The Press: A master class from Bernie Sanders.
Biden’s Spaghetti-at-the-Wall Vaccine Campaign. The play-it-safe approach to inoculating Americans against COVID-19 may cost more lives. (“…the pattern is the same—Biden will push conventional boundaries to a point, but not to the breaking point.”)
To Trump’s hard-core supporters, his rallies weren’t politics. They were life.
Biden Is Not Meeting the Moment on Voting Rights
What Could Have Been for the Child Benefit
How vaccine-skeptic France and Germany came to support near-mandates
Why Does Utopian Architecture Suck?
The Crumbling Foundations of the Conservative Party
All That’s Utopian Melts Into Asphalt
In this summer of covid freedom, disease experts warn: ‘The world needs a reality check’
Biden’s FDR-size Bet
How a Harlem Skyrise Got Hijacked—and Forgotten
The Endless Robbing of Native American Graves
I’m seeing vaccine hesitancy from things like “60% of patients in serious condition got a vaccine. Does it work?” This is a statistical artifact. Yes, vaccines work, but because of how they work and on whom, we get results like this.
Delta Is Driving a Wedge Through Missouri. For America as a whole, the pandemic might be fading. For some communities, this year will be worse than last.
United States Post Office (1940), Rogers City, MI
Biden takes aim at the multitude of ways that businesses can make your life miserable
Six Days in Suez: The Inside Story of the Ship That Broke Global Trade
The Senator Who Decided to Tell the Truth. A Michigan Republican spent eight months searching for evidence of election fraud, but all he found was lies.