Links 1/4/22

Links for you. Science:

The Ghost Wolves of Galveston Island
Activity of convalescent and vaccine serum against SARS-CoV-2 Omicron
Belgian scientific base in Antarctica engulfed by Covid-19 despite strict measures
Wastewater samples reveal record levels of coronavirus across U.S.
Ancestral SARS-CoV-2-specific T cells cross-recognize Omicron (B.1.1.529)
Meta‑analysis and metaregression of risk factors associated with mortality in hip fracture patients during the COVID‑19 pandemic (UK)

Other:

As Omicron surges, fear and frustration do too for people at high risk
Walking Mass. and Cass with bleach kits, granola bars, and a chance to get off the streets
Protocols of the elders of Philly
Denying Covid, Denying Reality–And Fighting Back
Antonio Brown walked away on his own terms Sunday. That should embarrass the NFL.
If American democracy is going to survive, the media must make this crucial shift
When Multilevel Marketing Met Gen Z
So It Snowed. Here’s How Long You Have To Shovel Your Sidewalk
The GOP grip on states is becoming a horror show. Some Democrats see a way out.
America is now in fascism’s legal phase
Surprise medical billing is going to be a thing of the past (mostly) as of Jan. 1
Schumer’s letter to Senate Democrats about voting rights
Jamie Raskin, Democracy’s Defender
The Token Disconnect
Trump allies planned harassment and intimidation campaign against election officials and ‘weak’ House members, documents show
US Airlines, FAA, Mayo Pete Fighting Rearguard Action to Delay 5G Rollout Over Flight Safety Concerns; Carriers Offer Modest Concession
2021 letter (from Dan Wang)
Since Jan. 6, the pro-Trump Internet has descended into infighting over money and followers
Democrats need not despair: 6 reasons to be hopeful about the 2022 midterms
Politics And Prose Employees Celebrate Becoming D.C.’s First Unionized Bookstore
How A Liberal Teleworking Policy Led to the Demise of the Jedi Council

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1 Response to Links 1/4/22

  1. Bayesian Bouffant, FCD says:

    Hedgehogs to Blame for a MRSA Superbug, Not Modern Antibiotics, Study Suggests

    The first strains of drug-resistant staph bacteria evolved on the skin of hedgehogs 200 years ago, researchers found, in response to natural fungal warfare…

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