Monthly Archives: July 2021

Links 7/26/21

Links for you. Science: Genomic Elucidation of a COVID-19 Resurgence and Local Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 in Guangzhou, China Mutation-Specific SARS-CoV-2 PCR Screen: Rapid and Accurate Detection of Variants of Concern and the Identification of a Newly Emerging Variant with Spike … Continue reading

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I Thank Nine Percent of Vaccinated Americans for Their Service

Here’s a very intriguing finding in a recent YouGovAmerica poll–note the red squiggles I added: I hope this is a ‘protest answer’ and not a seriously-held belief, but, at this point, who the hell knows? Thank you for your sacrifice, … Continue reading

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Anti-‘CRT’ and Not Taking Personal Responsibility

From Traverse City, Michigan, we find this wonderful example of ‘heartland values’ (boldface mine): Nevaeh Wharton was busy with homework one evening in late April when her phone pinged with a warning. A friend had texted to say something disgusting … Continue reading

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Links 7/25/21

Links for you. Science: English cave may have ties to king-turned-saint and Viking invasion, archaeologists say Florida manatees are dying at alarming rates: ‘We’ve never seen anything like this before’ It’s Cold in the Ocean but It’s Hotter Inside Sea … Continue reading

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Checkers

Observed on S Street NW, between 8th and 9th, Shaw, D.C.:

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Links 7/24/21

Links for you. Science: ‘They have shown that this is not some impossible thing’: Academic lab copies Google’s big biological breakthrough CDC advisers to consider additional coronavirus dose for immunocompromised patients How ‘Long COVID’ Keeps Us Sick Long COVID and … Continue reading

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In Case You Missed It…

…a week of Mad Biologist posts: No Recovery Without Why Isn’t D.C. Releasing Its Information About the Delta COVID-19 Variant? If We Tax the Rich, They’ll Leave D.C. The State of COVID-19 in D.C.: We Need More Vaccinating and Masking … Continue reading

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Links 7/23/21

Links for you. Science: Why Was a Major Study on Ivermectin for COVID-19 Just Retracted? Where did amino acids get their one-letter codes? Some problems in the dataset of a large study of Ivermectin for the treatment of Covid-19 Larger … Continue reading

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OH NOES! A Tiny Tax Hike on People Who Earn $1 Million Annually

Tuesday, some asshole with a blog noted how silly it is to worry that the rich will flee D.C. if their taxes are raised very slightly. What makes that argument all the more ridiculous is how small those increases–which passed!–will … Continue reading

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Links 7/22/21

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 … Continue reading

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