Links 1/13/23

Links for you. Science:

The 2022 RSV surge was driven by multiple viral lineages
An ISO-certified genomics workflow for identification and surveillance of antimicrobial resistance
Walter Cunningham, Who Helped Pave the Way to the Moon, Dies at 90
SARS-CoV-2 Viral Mutations: Impact on COVID-19 Tests
Fungi that cause serious lung infections are now found throughout the U.S
Finding the First Americans: Archaeology and genetics can’t yet agree on when humans first arrived in the Americas. That’s good science and here’s why

Other:

Two years after January 6, the House Speaker fight may be encouraging more domestic terrorism (definitely two years of barking lunacy)
With Covid cases soaring and the NHS in trouble, here’s how to end the culture war on face masks
The January 6 Report and Trump’s Gospel of Success
This suburban gynecologist treated the downtrodden. US prosecutors say she punched a Capitol officer on Jan. 6.
Republicans Are Consigning the Poor to Disease and Death
UMass Boston reinstates indoor mask requirements amid rising COVID rates
Biden & Co. Are Finally Bringing Some Firepower to the Abortion Fight
‘If you want to solve homelessness in Boston, you’ve got to take a look at the real estate market’
Jamie Raskin’s Clear-Eyed View of the Mess House Republicans Are Making of Congress
S.B.F. Subpoena Paranoia
Severance for laid-off workers is Musk’s latest mess at Twitter
23 Semi-Surefire Hollywood Predictions, Predicaments and Preoccupations for 2023
Capitol tour guides have been told to avoid mentioning the Jan. 6 coup attempt
The Copyright Death (and Rebirth) of Mickey Mouse
Huntsville Public Library (TX) Privatized After Pride Display (when greed and white Christian supremacy align…)
The S.B.F. Chronicles, Part 3: The Big Short
‘Severe colds’: Celebrity deaths in China raise questions about real COVID toll
The War of Boebert Aggression
The ‘Surrender Dorothy’ bridge sports a conspiratorial new message
The Right’s Opposition to Big Tech Is Hypocritical Posturing, But Shows Us How Conservatives Thrive
Once-vibrant gateway to U.S. capital falls on hard times. Some hope to fix it. (could start with SOME FUCKING CHAIRS AND BENCHES)
Official U.S. Capitol tour guides told to only mention Jan. 6 if asked
Democratic County Council Candidate Joanna Doven Has Anti-Trans, Pro-Republican History (why would someone like this run as Democrat?)
Jan. 6 papers detail infighting, ‘chaos’ among extremist organizers
They Built the Wall. Now Some in Texas Fear It May Fall Down.
Football is an addiction, and even Damar Hamlin can’t make us quit

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1 Response to Links 1/13/23

  1. Diane says:

    You asked why Joanna Doven would run as a democrat. This is the first thing I came across on the Best Places dot net website:

    “In Allegheny County, PA 59.4% of the people voted Democrat in the last presidential election, 39.0% voted for the Republican Party, and the remaining 1.5% voted Independent.”

    I guess that’s why.

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