Links 9/13/22

Links for you. Science:

The Gulf of Maine is simmering, but its lobsters seem fine — for now
Monkeypox cases decline, but ethnic and racial disparities persist
Selective whole-genome amplification reveals population genetics of Leishmania braziliensis directly from patient skin biopsies
What scientists have learnt from COVID lockdowns
Scientists identify a single antibody that may fight all COVID strains
Air conditioning has a climate problem. New technology could help.


How covid-19 spreads: narratives, counter narratives, and social dramas
Former NSA Chief Keith Alexander Accused of Pump-and-Dump Investment Scheme
California to install solar panels over canals to fight drought, a first in the U.S.
The Ballad of Downward Mobility
Eliel Saarinen, Cranbrook Institute of Science (1938) Bloomfield Hills, MI
Herschel Walker Is the Reductio ad Absurdum of Every “Not a Politician” Campaign
Five Points On The Floridians Ensnared By DeSantis’s New Election Fraud Unit
The Supreme Court Is Vulnerable on Abortion
Roberts joins the chorus of Supreme Court whining
How Clean Are the Hands of a Queen?
Americans are finally feeling better about the economy
Will the climate crisis be a boon for authoritarians?
Debate Me, You Cowards
Fly! Fly! The winged monkeys of Trump spread the ‘big lie’ (good rogues gallery)
I’ve experienced brain fog, and no thank you very much
Medical Impact of Roe Reversal Goes Well Beyond Abortion Clinics, Doctors Say
6 Questions to Better Understand Math and Reading Scores
The Right to Free Speech Is Not the Right to Monologue
‘People Don’t Really Listen To Curfews’: Local Teens Are Skeptical About Curfew Enforcement
N.Y. State Vote Could Raise Pressure on Officials Over Hasidic Schools
St. Louis’ Private Police Forces Make Security a Luxury of the Rich

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1 Response to Links 9/13/22

  1. Bayesian Bouffant, FCD says:

    Rensselaer County (NY) elections commissioner arrested

    According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, 42-year-old Jason Schofield is accused of unlawfully using the names and birth dates of voters to fraudulently apply for absentee ballots for elections held in Rensselaer County in 2021.
    Schofield is the Republican elections commissioner for the Rensselaer County Board of Elections…

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