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This is a follow-up to the item yesterday, the upshot is that it's a pretty weak study, and doesn't actually measure outcomes. Authors just very effective at publicity.
Or, put another way: people who are worried about Covid get vaccinated and boosted
There is just the tinyest bit of color, but wow, just a big grey sphere.
Once a catestrophic pandemic happens once, your estimate of how common they are should probably go up significantly. We need the capacity to respond faster next time, whether to a new variant or a new disease.
At least 101 finally added congestion pricing, I wonder what will happen when the pandemic is over.
Yikes. The summary is basically that only super high quality pre-k actually outperforms staying at home. From a policy perspective, make it available free, but there's no point in making it compusory.
The transition from from developing to developed economy can be rough.
If you can leverage fear of technology into creating a basic income, that would be great, but the evidence continues to indicate that technology doesn't stop job growth.
While the mobs get the attention, the false elector certificates were arguably more dangerous to democracy.
Yea, there’s something about this lens, in bright light I end up with an artifact that looks like a ray of light in the top of the frame. It looks kinda cool sometimes, but I really need to figure out how to avoid this happening.