Links 6/14/22

Links for you. Science:

What is Ramsay Hunt syndrome, the condition affecting Justin Bieber?
Classifying animals by anatomy might not be best system, study says
Number of monkeypox cases grows, but U.S. officials say overall risk is low
Farm vehicles approaching weights of sauropods exceed safe mechanical limits for soil functioning
Why does viral RNA sometimes persist after recovery from acute infections?
Asteroid Samples May ‘Rewrite the Chemistry of the Solar System’


Green Team Embraces Salah Czapary As His Ward 1 Bid Gains Steam: Mayor Muriel Bowser’s pals are throwing their weight behind the top challenger to Councilmember Brianne Nadeau.
Lessons From the Crypto Crash
The Pedestrians’ Revolt: Two shadowy collectives, fed up with cars, are taking matters into their own hands.
Accusations of Sign Thievery Emerge as the Nadeau-Czapary Feud Ratchets Up in Ward 1
Trump Botched His ‘Coup’ By Not Marching To Capitol Jan. 6, Says Expert On Autocrats
The Proud Boys’ Latino connection, explained
Ocasio-Cortez Presses GOP Colleagues On Whether They Sought Pardons From Trump
Google Is (Still) Directing People to Misleading Anti-Abortion Centers
The Money Trail to the January 6 Attack on the Capitol Is Ignored in Last Night’s Public Hearing
Torpedoes In the Water: FTC Chair Lina Khan and Antitrust Division chief Jonathan Kanter have set in motion a revolution in antitrust. The explosions are about to start with attacks on mergers and the insulin supply chain.
An Armed Society (“Ten people with guns walking towards, say, a synagogue, is really fucking scary! Or it might just be an afternoon stroll in Texas!”)
Senate’s tentative agreement on gun legislation isn’t about guns at all (when you’ve lost Daily Kos front page commentators…)
The Bipartisan Gun Bill Is a Good Start Like Tying Your Shoes Is a Good Way to Start a Marathon
No, Bill Stepien, You Weren’t On “Team Normal.” You Were On “Team Coup.”
How the Jan. 6 hearing played out on the pro-Trump web
Unlearning the Language of ‘Wokeness’
The technology to make traffic enforcement obsolete is becoming available. But in the U.S. willing to use it?
The irony — and ignominy — of medical conferences as superspreader events
Walking the World: Seoul (part 2). You can, in fact, have nice things.
Vaccine disruptions and mistrust are ramping up measles risk
This Is Why No One Should Play Soccer In Qatar During The Summer
Chicken farmers in Thailand swap antibiotics for cannabis, claim chickens have better meat

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