Links 1/10/23

Links for you. Science:

Effective vaccination strategy using SARS-CoV-2 spike cocktail against Omicron and other variants of concern
It genuinely seems like WSJ is incapable of covering science without resorting to sophomoric, ideologically motivated analysis by people who have no idea what they’re talking about.
Alaska’s Arctic Waterways Are Turning a Foreboding Orange
COVID in China, the U.S., and everything in-between
The epidemiology of long COVID in US adults
It might bug you, but University of Manitoba’s insect collection is key to understanding the world

Other:

What’s Up With The New Yorker’s Weird “Masks Forever” Article? More than 500k US deaths after her last piece chiding people for still caring about COVID-19 in May 2021, Emma Green shared another head-scratcher.
‘Not business as usual’: Health lobbyists brace for Bernie Sanders
Bleeding and in pain, she couldn’t get 2 Louisiana ERs to answer: Is it a miscarriage?
What Facebook Is Good For, and Why It Can’t Be Good Anymore
Lawsuit alleges D.C. Housing’s cameras could ‘capture intimate details’
2023: A Year for Executive Action
Narratology: New on the Mar-a-Lago Documents
She was a popular yoga guru. Then she embraced QAnon conspiracy theories
Southwest’s Meltdown Was Avoidable, but It Would’ve Cost ’Em
Your Memories. Their Cloud.
Exiled chief rabbi says Jews should leave Russia while they can
Against Jackpot-Longtermism
With ‘Zero Covid,’ China Proved It’s Good at Control. Governance Is Harder.
Goodbye To Dark Sky, The Only Good Weather App
“I Lost 900 Million Dollars, But It’s Not My Fault!”
The Future Feels Like LIV Golf
Since He’s Offering Himself as An Alternative To McCarthy, Let’s Revisit Patrick McHenry’s Career (I remember McHenry now; he would be very compromised…)
Effective shunning
It’s the NFL’s Players—And Their Humanity—that Could Save the League’s Soul
Covid misinformation spikes in wake of Damar Hamlin’s on-field collapse
Eleanor Holmes Norton Reintroducing D.C. Statehood Bill To Congress
The NFL Just Showed the World What It Thinks of Its Players
Politics In Disarray
What’s Up With The New Yorker’s Weird “Masks Forever” Article? More than 500k US deaths after her last piece chiding people for still caring about COVID-19 in May 2021, Emma Green shared another head-scratcher.
‘Not business as usual’: Health lobbyists brace for Bernie Sanders
Bleeding and in pain, she couldn’t get 2 Louisiana ERs to answer: Is it a miscarriage?
What Facebook Is Good For, and Why It Can’t Be Good Anymore
Lawsuit alleges D.C. Housing’s cameras could ‘capture intimate details’
2023: A Year for Executive Action
Narratology: New on the Mar-a-Lago Documents
She was a popular yoga guru. Then she embraced QAnon conspiracy theories
Southwest’s Meltdown Was Avoidable, but It Would’ve Cost ’Em
Your Memories. Their Cloud.
Exiled chief rabbi says Jews should leave Russia while they can
Against Jackpot-Longtermism
With ‘Zero Covid,’ China Proved It’s Good at Control. Governance Is Harder.
Goodbye To Dark Sky, The Only Good Weather App
“I Lost 900 Million Dollars, But It’s Not My Fault!”
The Future Feels Like LIV Golf
Since He’s Offering Himself as An Alternative To McCarthy, Let’s Revisit Patrick McHenry’s Career (I remember McHenry now; he would be very compromised…)
Effective shunning
It’s the NFL’s Players—And Their Humanity—that Could Save the League’s Soul
Covid misinformation spikes in wake of Damar Hamlin’s on-field collapse
Eleanor Holmes Norton Reintroducing D.C. Statehood Bill To Congress
The NFL Just Showed the World What It Thinks of Its Players
Politics In Disarray
We’re living in the age of the scam
Kamala Harris is demanding a negative COVID test if newly-elected senators want a photo taken with her during swearing-in ceremony on January 3 (this is actually good; now if they only extended this to the rest of us…)

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