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Saturday, October 15, 2022

Saturday Stories: I Want My Far-UV, Japan, And Long COVID Doc Testimony

Chris Baraniuk, in the Atlantic, on the promise that are far-UV lamps for this and all future pandemics and airborne pathogens. They can't come fast enough. 

Saturday, October 08, 2022

Saturday, October 01, 2022

Saturday Stories: Clean Air, History Repeating, and Joe Lunn

Nina Notman, in Chemistry World, on whether we can clean our indoor air.

Ed Yong, in The Atlantic, with a must read piece on how our failure on COVID means this is all certain to happen again. Ed reported on Twitter that he'll be taking a 6 month hiatus. His voice will be dearly missed.

Saturday, September 24, 2022

Saturday, September 17, 2022

Saturday Stories: Brain Fog, Dingbats, and Failures

Ed Yong, in The Atlantic, with a tremendous piece on COVID brain fog.

Jonathan Jarry, in McGill's Office for Science and Society, explores Eric Feigl-Ding's monetized alarmism.

Saturday, September 10, 2022

Saturday, September 03, 2022

Friday, August 26, 2022

Saturday Story: The Doctors Who Have Declared The Pandemic Over, Over And Over Again, And Meeting People Where They Are

March 11th, 2021

Jonathan Howard, in Science Based Medicine, on doctors who have declared the pandemic over, over and over again (and there are many more of these of course including here in my home town)

Saturday, August 13, 2022

Saturday Stories: Long COVID Numbers, MonkeyPox, And How One School Managed To Avoid COVID Entirely

Gideon M-K, in Medium, explores the numbers surrounding Long COVID.

Kai Kupferschmidt, in The New York Times, on fighting Monkeypox without homophobia.

Abrome, a small school in Texas whose viral Twitter thread was reprinted in the Tasmanian Times, on how their school has avoided COVID from the get-go.

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