Posts by sarcozona
Because while we are investing heavily in vaccination, the sense that the pandemic is going to “end” at some point in the not-to-distant future is leading to an underinvestment in other structural solutions we are going to need – a revolution in filtration and ventilation so that buildings do not readily spread disease and free, […]
When people get covid but don’t have symptoms, they spread the virus, don’t develop much immunity to future infection, and can get long covid. Most countries have done very limited asymptomatic testing and most research is obviously on symptomatic people, so it’s hard to know how many people this group includes. This meta-analysis summarizes what […]
The natural truths industry is financed by people, from politicians to CEOs, who know little about the projects they fund. An inverted relationship between researchers and donors has evolved in which the former, much like marketers or advertisers, must make constant promises that they will struggle to keep. — Read on newleftreview.org/sidecar/posts/sceptical-credulity
Federal candidates must pressure provinces for fertility treatment funding, B.C. advocates say — Read on www.cbc.ca/lite/story/1.6156760 Coverage for IVF in most parts of Canada is poor and many people are arguing we should fix that. I’m not totally opposed to better funded IVF, but 1) there are WAY higher priorities in our healthcare system and […]
CBC Lite | Buyers and builders frustrated after being refused insurance for homes near wildfires — Read on www.cbc.ca/lite/story/1.6153681
You go to college and go into a ton of debt so you can have a chance at a good job and then when you don’t get a good job are mocked for your poor choice of majors. The thing is, by the time there’s a formal way for you to learn a field in […]
It’s not how I thought.