Links for you. Science:
Why manufacturing Covid vaccines at scale is hard
Autopsies suggest COVID’s smell loss is caused by inflammation, not virus
The secrets hidden in sewage. Wastewater can help us monitor Covid-19. What else can it tell us? (it’s worth studying and funding much more, but, right now, it doesn’t tell us that much that’s useful)
The next leap in coronavirus vaccine development could be a nasal spray
Poster Builder (have never used it, but might be useful)
Why my university restored its mask mandate
WHERE ARE THE WANKERS OF YORE NOW – RUNNER UP NUMBER 2 ANDREW SULLIVAN (a masterpiece of brutal criticism)
Inclusive school says students are being accosted on campus after Republican ad singled it out
Does the mainstream media want Trump to run again and win?
The Failure of Covid.gov Is Worse Than Inexcusable. We’ve waited more than two years for the government’s “one-stop shop” website for pandemic services, information and treatment options. Why is it such a mess?
Shanghai’s covid siege: Food shortages, talking robots, starving animals
A Connecticut Mechanic Found Artwork Worth Millions in a Dumpster
San Francisco Rations Housing by Scoring Homeless People’s Trauma. By Design, Most Fail to Qualify.
How Japan Built Cities Where You Could Send Your Toddler on an Errand
The impact of Fox News on the US COVID-19 vaccination campaign