Links 6/30/22

Links for you. Science:

Epstein-Barr may play a role in some long COVID; coronavirus can impair blood sugar processing by organs
The disease after tomorrow
CRISPR debuted 10 years ago, in a paper hardly anyone noticed. Jennifer Doudna reflects on the DNA scissor’s first decade
Analyzing and Modeling the Spread of SARS-CoV-2 Omicron Lineages BA.1 and BA.2, France, September 2021–February 2022
Harmonizing Prokaryotic Nomenclature: Fixing the Fuss over Phylum Name Flipping
His job is to actually really stare at octopus, seahorse, jellyfish


The Atlas Dogma: The Trump Administration’s Embrace Of A Dangerous And Discredited Herd Immunity Via Mass Infection Strategy (so many people died because of this fucking ghoul)
Citizens No More (must-read; “This is a court unafraid of the electorate and unashamed of showing its hand. The emperor does not care that he wears no clothes. Nancy Pelosi reads a poem. President Biden issued a tepid commitment to women’s rights. No one seems afraid of the people. That is the people’s fault.”)
“Letter to My Fiercest Abortion Opponent”
We Would Do Something, But Then We Wouldn’t Have the Power to Do Something, So We Can’t Do Something
CDC: Majority of Americans Should Be Wearing Masks Indoors or Considering it (and that’s with the newer, lax guidelines…)
The Hyde Amendment and Coverage for Abortion Services
AOC: We Must ‘Very Seriously Consider’ Impeachment for Supreme Court Justices Who ‘Lied Under Oath’
America Wasted Its Chance to Push the Economy Forward: Interest rates were low for years. Imagine how much the country could have gotten done. (though the Fed probably would have used this spending as an excuse to raise interest rates…)
D.C. Is Making Limited Number Of Monkeypox Vaccines Available
‘I Was Flying Headfirst’: A Shopping Trip Shattered by a Missile
It’s not a court. It’s a junta.
Old Time Religion
Pelosi has the right idea on abortion. The Senate must follow.
I Suppose They Need To Be Convinced
Abortions are still legal in D.C., but things could get complicated if Republicans take control of the House and Senate in the midterm elections.
On the Dangers of Cryptocurrencies and the Uselessness of Blockchain
D.C. Dragged Its Feet in Handing Out Federal Money to Stop Foreclosures, Setting Up a Last-Minute Scramble (governance failure…)
‘New York’ Mag Had Good Reason to Cancel the ‘Canceled Teen’ Story
It’s All Good
Have you seen how they were lobbying? How can you delude yourself
Miner S. Keeler House (1958) in East Grand Rapids, MI designed by architect Alden B. Dow

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