Links 4/30/23

Links for you. Science:

How has Twitter changed for climate scientists since Elon Muck bought it? Fewer active scientists, fewer tweets, fewer likes per tweet, fewer retweets per tweet, and less likely to go viral.
Saliva and Plasma Antibody Levels in Children and Adolescents After Primary Infection With Omicron Variants of SARS-CoV-2 Infection in Germany
Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness Against Influenza A(H3N2)-Related Illness in the United States During the 2021–2022 Influenza Season
Condition-Dependent and Dynamic Impacts of Indoor Masking Policies for COVID-19 Mitigation: A Nationwide, Interrupted Time-Series Analysis
Changes in population immunity against infection and severe disease from SARS-CoV-2 Omicron variants in the United States between December 2021 and November 2022
Pour One Out: The boozy story of how we decided alcohol was a health boon in the ’90s—and how it all fell apart.


The Modern Electoral History of Transphobia
New York Times Magazine Interview With Dr. Fauci: Science Fiction
How Ron DeSantis transformed into an anti-public health crusader
A research team airs the messy truth about AI in medicine — and gives hospitals a guide to fix it
This professor is a global coronavirus expert. Now he has long COVID
Republicans deny they want to erase trans people — Montana silencing Zooey Zephyr proves otherwise
Kevin McCarthy’s spending bill is about wrecking the economy
JPMorgan employees gripe about Dimon’s return-to-office edict
The Polite Disdain of John Roberts Finds a Target
Twitter is complying with more government demands under Elon Musk: The company has not refused a single request since Musk took ownership, according to self-reported data.
Biden needs to go it alone on the debt ceiling
House Republicans walk the plank
Art Deco Doorways of Akron, OH
Metro to increase height of modified fare gates to combat evasion
Long COVID in California: ‘A pandemic of loneliness and social isolation and rejection’
Crypto Cash Is Powering Kyrsten Sinema’s Reelection Campaign
Raising a trans kid in Missouri has become a ‘dystopian nightmare’ for families
D.C. Forces People Out Of An Encampment In The Deanwood Neighborhood
Congress holds the abortion hearing we have been waiting for
In the debt ceiling crisis, blame the GOP’s so-called ‘moderates’: If just five GOP centrists were to say, “Threatening to harm Americans is wrong and we won’t be a part of it,” the crisis would end. That’s not happening.
Revealed: Senate investigation into Brett Kavanaugh assault claims contained serious omissions
The complicated legacy of Asian-owned carryouts in D.C.’s Black neighborhoods
I Don’t Know Where to Buy Anything Anymore
Texas Has Been Spending Federal COVID Money On A Big Border Display Of Force

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