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Links 10/28/20

Links for you. Science: If One Part of Life on This Planet Is Sick, Soon Enough It All Will Be. Another parable on the interconnectedness of it all is brought to us by cheatgrass. Face Masks, Public Policies and Slowing … Continue reading

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Links 10/26/20

Links for you. Science: How Many Plants Have We Wiped Out? Here Are 5 Extinction Stories A Disturbing Twinkie That Has, So Far, Defied Science Universal mask use could save 130,000 U.S. lives by the end of February, new study … Continue reading

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Links 10/25/20

Links for you. Science: Multi-organ impairment in low-risk individuals with long COVID CDC expands definition of who is a ‘close contact’ of an individual with covid-19 CDC expands definition of ‘close contacts,’ after study suggests Covid-19 can be passed in … Continue reading

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Links 10/24/20

Links for you. Science: If you crack your knuckles, don’t worry too much about getting arthritis. But the habit isn’t harmless. The two months in 1980 that shaped the future of biotech I tested a Harvard-designed nasal spray to help … Continue reading

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Links 10/23/20

Links for you. Science: Swedish virologist says her country’s COVID-19 strategy has failed, but nobody will admit it Evolutionary Biologists Need to Know about Charles Willson Peale’s Philadelphia Museum Fauci’s refusal to quit shouldn’t surprise anyone ‘Something Extremely Bad Is … Continue reading

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Links 10/22/20

Links for you. Science: Studies Point To Big Drop In COVID-19 Death Rates Georgina Mace (1953–2020). Pioneer of biodiversity accounting who overhauled the Red List of threatened species. The pernicious contagion of misinformation Extra Pounds May Raise Risk of Severe … Continue reading

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Links 10/21/20

Links for you. Science: Excess Deaths Associated with COVID-19, by Age and Race and Ethnicity — United States, January 26–October 3, 2020 Bright Spot for N.Y.C.: In Schools, Only 18 Positives Out of 10,676 Tests (the two-week prevalence is a … Continue reading

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Links 10/20/20

Links for you. Science: ‘Big Pile’ Of Live Eels Dumped In Lake In NYC Park; Impact Not Yet Known Who Decides When Vaccine Studies Are Done? Internal Documents Show Fauci Plays a Key Role. How To Break the Covid Doom … Continue reading

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Links 10/19/20

Links for you. Science: How Humans Benefit From a Highway of Trails Created by African Forest Elephants Scientists have a powerful new tool for controlling the coronavirus: Its own genetic code. The billionaire backstory of COVID-19 testing done right How … Continue reading

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Links 10/18/20

Links for you. Science: A multinational listeriosis outbreak and the importance of sharing genomic data Wild Predators Are Relying More on Our Food—and Pets Factors Influencing Risk for COVID-19 Exposure Among Young Adults Aged 18–23 Years — Winnebago County, Wisconsin, … Continue reading

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