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@NumbersMuncher: 'Trump one year ago today on COVID: "It's going to disappear one day. It’s like a miracle - it will disappear." '

27 February[ —]
twitter.com - Josh Jordan
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@MollyJongFast on Twitter
@MollyJongFast: 500,000 American deaths later..... twitter.com/numbersmuncher…
@DrEricDing on Twitter
@DrEricDing: I guess he never specified WHICH Easter it would disappear by twitter.com/drericding/sta…
@chrislhayes on Twitter
@chrislhayes: Trump one year ago today on COVID: "It's going to disappear one day. It’s like a miracle - it will disappear." pic.twitter.com/JjhAhibh2j
@EricKlinenberg on Twitter
@EricKlinenberg: You can see why so many people at CPAC worship this miracle worker and can't wait to see what magic trick he does next. twitter.com/NumbersMuncher…
@sbg1 on Twitter
@sbg1: Trump one year ago today on COVID: "It's going to disappear one day. It’s like a miracle - it will disappear." pic.twitter.com/JjhAhibh2j
@sree on Twitter
@sree: Trump one year ago today on COVID: "It's going to disappear one day. It’s like a miracle - it will disappear." pic.twitter.com/JjhAhibh2j
@DrEricDing on Twitter
@DrEricDing: imagine going to a doctor who told you this about a virus you had. you’d be able to sue him for malpractice. my thoughts are with the families + loved ones of the 500K we lost. twitter.com/drericding/sta…
@MollyJongFast on Twitter
@MollyJongFast: One year ago! One year ago! twitter.com/numbersmuncher…
@MonicaLewinsky on Twitter
@MonicaLewinsky: imagine going to a doctor who told you this about a virus you had. you’d be able to sue him for malpractice. my thoughts are with the families + loved ones of the 500K we lost. twitter.com/drericding/sta…
@DrEricDing on Twitter
@DrEricDing: One year ago seems like an eternity... "It's going to disappear one day. It’s like a miracle - it will disappear.” ~ Donald J Trump. Pandemicide? #COVID19 pic.twitter.com/DGZcp11Clb

@julianzelizer: 'When @BarackObama called the Senate filibuster a "Jim Crow relic," this is the kind of history that he was referring to. The filibuster stifles, rather than encourages, deliberation. '

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@IndivisibleTeam on Twitter
@IndivisibleTeam: When @BarackObama called the Senate filibuster a "Jim Crow relic," this is the kind of history that he was referring to. The filibuster stifles, rather than encourages, deliberation. pic.twitter.com/1Ocqo2F4Mi
@ezraklein on Twitter
@ezraklein: When @BarackObama called the Senate filibuster a "Jim Crow relic," this is the kind of history that he was referring to. The filibuster stifles, rather than encourages, deliberation. pic.twitter.com/1Ocqo2F4Mi
@JamesGleick on Twitter
@JamesGleick: When @BarackObama called the Senate filibuster a "Jim Crow relic," this is the kind of history that he was referring to. The filibuster stifles, rather than encourages, deliberation. pic.twitter.com/1Ocqo2F4Mi
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@cindygallop on Twitter
@cindygallop: When @BarackObama called the Senate filibuster a "Jim Crow relic," this is the kind of history that he was referring to. The filibuster stifles, rather than encourages, deliberation. pic.twitter.com/1Ocqo2F4Mi
@MollyJongFast on Twitter
@MollyJongFast: When @BarackObama called the Senate filibuster a "Jim Crow relic," this is the kind of history that he was referring to. The filibuster stifles, rather than encourages, deliberation. pic.twitter.com/1Ocqo2F4Mi

POLITICO Playbook: Trump stewing over McCarthy again ahead of big CPAC speech - POLITICO

27 February[ —]
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@IdeaGov on Twitter
@IdeaGov: The GOP is now basically Mean Girls twitter.com/blakehounshell… pic.twitter.com/d22cKzeGGg
@joshtpm on Twitter
@joshtpm: lol. what happened? I thought Kevin got absolution twitter.com/blakehounshell…
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@yashar on Twitter
@yashar: McCarthy just flew down to Florida to patch things up. twitter.com/blakehounshell…
@BGrueskin on Twitter
@BGrueskin: Perfect. Just perfect. politico.com/newsletters/pl… pic.twitter.com/HZmHZHhmJs
@blakehounshell on Twitter
@blakehounshell: NEW: Trump is mad at Kevin McCarthy and aides say he might rebuke him from the CPAC main stage on Sunday unless McCarthy can patch things up by then. politico.com/newsletters/pl…
@MollyJongFast on Twitter
@MollyJongFast: I actually think the one star to emerge from this years cpac is this weird gold flip flop clad idol. twitter.com/tarapalmeri/st…
@jaketapper on Twitter
@jaketapper: First of all, that Bronz statue of Trump at #cpac — it was Made in Mexico + it gets even weirder.. the artist has been in touch with Trump’s long time assistant Rhona Graff about getting a stainless steel version in the Trump Library politico.com/newsletters/pl… pic.twitter.com/REw5ZYud6r
@jdawsey1 on Twitter
@jdawsey1: First of all, that Bronz statue of Trump at #cpac — it was Made in Mexico + it gets even weirder.. the artist has been in touch with Trump’s long time assistant Rhona Graff about getting a stainless steel version in the Trump Library politico.com/newsletters/pl… pic.twitter.com/REw5ZYud6r

Federal Scientists Plead for Pandemic Controls as Infection Declines Stall

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27 February[ —]
nytimes.com - By Sheryl Gay Stolberg
“Now is not the time to relax restrictions,” the C.D.C. director, Rochelle Walensky, said, pointing to a leveling of coronavirus infections as governors move to lift pandemic restrictions.
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@IdeaGov on Twitter
@IdeaGov: Cases dip, restrictions lift and then infections and deaths surge again. Rinse, repeat as health officials plead for caution. By @SherylNYT and a host of contributors @MitchKSmith @NickAtNews @elainaplott and more. nytimes.com/2021/02/26/us/…
@paulsmith on Twitter
@paulsmith: i just drove by a completely packed IHOP on north side of chicago open for indoor dining i guess? twitter.com/jackhealynyt/s…
@MaxBoot on Twitter
@MaxBoot: This is so important. We are making progress on vaccinations and other interventions against COVID. But until we are farther along, we need people to continue to mask and practice social distancing! twitter.com/jackhealyNYT/s…
@IdeaGov on Twitter
@IdeaGov: This is so important. We are making progress on vaccinations and other interventions against COVID. But until we are farther along, we need people to continue to mask and practice social distancing! twitter.com/jackhealyNYT/s…
@phylogenomics on Twitter
@phylogenomics: With governors resisting mask requirements and other measures, it’s hard to imagine how we’re going to avoid a fourth spike in the spring. nytimes.com/2021/02/26/us/…
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@DafnaLinzer on Twitter
@DafnaLinzer: Cases dip, restrictions lift and then infections and deaths surge again. Rinse, repeat as health officials plead for caution. By @SherylNYT and a host of contributors @MitchKSmith @NickAtNews @elainaplott and more. nytimes.com/2021/02/26/us/…
@chrislhayes on Twitter
@chrislhayes: Cases dip, restrictions lift and then infections and deaths surge again. Rinse, repeat as health officials plead for caution. By @SherylNYT and a host of contributors @MitchKSmith @NickAtNews @elainaplott and more. nytimes.com/2021/02/26/us/…
@palafo on Twitter
@palafo: Cases have slightly increased week over week in recent days. Stay on guard. nytimes.com/2021/02/26/us/…
@EricTopol on Twitter
@EricTopol: npr.org/sections/coron… @rachel_treisman nytimes.com/2021/02/26/us/… @SherylNYT pic.twitter.com/jemkbD7sfi

The Man Who Refused to Bow - The Atlantic

27 February[ —]
theatlantic.com - Peter Wehner
adam Kinzinger is a liberated individual—liberated from his party leadership, liberated from the fear of being beaten in a primary, liberated to speak his mind. The 43-year-old representative was one of 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Donald Trump for inciting the attack on the U.S. Capitol. “I don’t have a constitutional duty to defend against a guy that is a jerk and maybe says some things I don’t like,” Kinzinger told me, explaining what had pushed him to finally break with the pre.  show all text
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@MaxBoot on Twitter
@MaxBoot: .⁦@Peter_Wehner⁩: When I asked Kinzinger how many Republican votes there would have been in favor of impeachment if it had been a secret ballot, he told me 150. Instead, there were only 10. theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/…
@TheAtlantic on Twitter
@TheAtlantic: Read this fascinating and moving profile of Rep Adam Kinzinger by @Peter_Wehner in @TheAtlantic theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/…
@davidfrum on Twitter
@davidfrum: Read this fascinating and moving profile of Rep Adam Kinzinger by @Peter_Wehner in @TheAtlantic theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/…
@TheAtlantic on Twitter
@TheAtlantic: "I’ve been a Republican far longer than Donald Trump has. He’s a Republican usurper, and he’s a RINO. I’m not going to let him take the party. So I will fight. I will fight like hell,” Adam Kinzinger tells @Peter_Wehner: on.theatln.tc/yB692LH
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@JeffreyGoldberg on Twitter
@JeffreyGoldberg: "I’ve been a Republican far longer than Donald Trump has. He’s a Republican usurper, and he’s a RINO. I’m not going to let him take the party. So I will fight. I will fight like hell,” Adam Kinzinger tells @Peter_Wehner: on.theatln.tc/yB692LH
@lrozen on Twitter
@lrozen: "I’ve been a Republican far longer than Donald Trump has. He’s a Republican usurper, and he’s a RINO. I’m not going to let him take the party. So I will fight. I will fight like hell,” Adam Kinzinger tells @Peter_Wehner: on.theatln.tc/yB692LH
@cindygallop on Twitter
@cindygallop: "I’ve been a Republican far longer than Donald Trump has. He’s a Republican usurper, and he’s a RINO. I’m not going to let him take the party. So I will fight. I will fight like hell,” Adam Kinzinger tells @Peter_Wehner: on.theatln.tc/yB692LH

@SportsCenter: 'LeBron responded after Zlatan Ibrahimovic criticized him for his activism. “I’m kind of the wrong guy to actually go at because I do my homework.” '

27 February[ —]
twitter.com - SportsCenter
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@goldman on Twitter
@goldman: Why pick the losing side of an argument against Lebron? That’s just foolish. twitter.com/sportscenter/s…
@digitalsista on Twitter
@digitalsista: LeBron responded after Zlatan Ibrahimovic criticized him for his activism. “I’m kind of the wrong guy to actually go at because I do my homework.” pic.twitter.com/VyKgBrYuiz
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@michelemclellan on Twitter
@michelemclellan: Thank you @KingJames . Your voice and your talents lift us all. twitter.com/SportsCenter/s…
@noneck on Twitter
@noneck: Thank you for your advocacy! Also, I never knew @KingJames had a bike tattoo across his chest! What other bike tattoos does he have? /cc @TheWarOnCars twitter.com/sportscenter/s…

https://www.berkshirehathaway.com/letters/2020ltr.pdf

27 February[ —]
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@trengriffin on Twitter
@trengriffin: "Our cost the AAPL stake was $36B. Since then, we have both enjoyed regular dividends, averaging about $775M annually, and have also — in 2020 — pocketed an additional $11B by selling a small portion of our position. Berkshire now owns 5.4% of Apple." berkshirehathaway.com/letters/2020lt…
@trengriffin on Twitter
@trengriffin: Berkshire ended 2020 with $138.3 billion of cash. berkshirehathaway.com/letters/2020lt… pic.twitter.com/j5MF2cEqQ8
@newsycombinator on Twitter
@newsycombinator: 2020 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Letter [pdf] berkshirehathaway.com/letters/2020lt…
@SteveCase on Twitter
@SteveCase: Thanks, Warren Buffett, for using your annual letter to highlight #RiseOfRest entrepreneurs: bit.ly/2ZUg3F9 "Today, with much of finance, media, government and tech located in coastal areas, it’s easy to overlook the many miracles occurring in middle America." pic.twitter.com/E9J1bU9HT8
@SteveCase on Twitter
@SteveCase: Thanks, Warren Buffett, for using your annual letter to highlight #RiseOfRest entrepreneurs: bit.ly/2ZUg3F9 "Today, with much of finance, media, government and tech located in coastal areas, it’s easy to overlook the many miracles occurring in middle America." pic.twitter.com/E9J1bU9HT8
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@hblodget on Twitter
@hblodget: Thanks, Warren Buffett, for using your annual letter to highlight #RiseOfRest entrepreneurs: bit.ly/2ZUg3F9 "Today, with much of finance, media, government and tech located in coastal areas, it’s easy to overlook the many miracles occurring in middle America." pic.twitter.com/E9J1bU9HT8

An obligately photosynthetic bacterial anaerobe from a deep-sea hydrothermal vent | PNAS

27 February[ —]
The abundance of life on Earth is almost entirely due to biological photosynthesis, which depends on light energy. The source of light in natural habitats has heretofore been thought to be the sun, thus restricting photosynthesis to solar photic environments on the surface of the Earth. If photosynthesis could take place in geothermally illuminated environments, it would increase the diversity of photosynthetic habitats both on Earth and on other worlds that have been proposed to possibly harbo...
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@cstross on Twitter
@cstross: Well this is simply the most astonishing discovery that I can recall. A bacteria that photosynthesises from INFRARED LIGHT FROM A DEEP SEA HYDROTHERMAL VENT. pnas.org/content/102/26…
@AstroKatie on Twitter
@AstroKatie: More info: twitter.com/mike_malaska/s…
@AstroKatie on Twitter
@AstroKatie: Can I blow your mind for a minute? There are bacteria that do photosynthesis from the infrared glow of hydrothermal vents at the bottom of the ocean. Link here: pnas.org/content/102/26…
@AstroKatie on Twitter
@AstroKatie: This is incredible! twitter.com/adamrutherford…
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@Asher_Wolf on Twitter
@Asher_Wolf: This is incredible! twitter.com/adamrutherford…

How the Public-Health Messaging Backfired - The Atlantic

27 February[ —]
theatlantic.com - Zeynep Tufekci
When the polio vaccine was declared safe and effective, the news was met with jubilant celebration. Church bells rang across the nation, and factories blew their whistles. “Polio routed!” newspaper headlines exclaimed. “An historic victory,” “monumental,” “sensational,” newscasters declared. People erupted with joy across the United States. Some danced in the streets; others wept. Kids were sent home from school to celebrate. One might have expected the initial approval of the coronavirus vacci.  show all text
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@JamesGleick on Twitter
@JamesGleick: We continue to see so much confusion and poor messaging about Covid and vaccines. @zeynep once again provides a roadmap. There IS a path back. theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/…
@davemcclure on Twitter
@davemcclure: The pandemic is an unwelcome, tragic societal stress test. We should learn from it and work to fix the cracks that were revealed especially since the lessons apply broadly. New piece analyzing five key pitfalls that hampered us—and how to move forward. theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/… pic.twitter.com/0Rt4xPjAqZ
@zeynep on Twitter
@zeynep: Really excellent article from @zeynep starting with the fantastic news about vaccines, and going on to document persistent flaws in how the pandemic has been handled and messaged. Learning from our mistakes will help the endgame go more smoothly theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/…
@zeynep on Twitter
@zeynep: "Unsafe workplaces may be low on our agenda, but they do pose a real danger [...] Workplace-safety complaints to OSHA—which oversees occupational-safety regulations—during the pandemic were predictive of increases in deaths 16 days later." twitter.com/zeynep/status/…
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@hblodget on Twitter
@hblodget: I finally read this @zeynep piece and it is SO good There's a lot that drives me crazy about communication in this pandemic Thing that I find most annoying? The idea that people can't handle nuance Its paternalistic. And untrue Read this theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/…
@AdrienneLaF on Twitter
@AdrienneLaF: “Perhaps worst of all, our messaging and guidelines elided the difference between outdoor and indoor spaces, where, given the importance of aerosol transmission, the same precautions should not apply.” @zeynep’s latest: theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/…
@palafo on Twitter
@palafo: I finally read this @zeynep piece and it is SO good There's a lot that drives me crazy about communication in this pandemic Thing that I find most annoying? The idea that people can't handle nuance Its paternalistic. And untrue Read this theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/…
@metasj on Twitter
@metasj: This ⁦@TheAtlantic⁩ article by ⁦@zeynep⁩ deserves an award: For content, for writing, for being so spot-on, on so many items and themes. Terrific article Zeynep. How the Public-Health Messaging Backfired - The Atlantic theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/…
@benyt on Twitter
@benyt: The pandemic is an unwelcome, tragic societal stress test. We should learn from it and work to fix the cracks that were revealed especially since the lessons apply broadly. New piece analyzing five key pitfalls that hampered us—and how to move forward. theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/… pic.twitter.com/0Rt4xPjAqZ
@awalkerinLA on Twitter
@awalkerinLA: The pandemic is an unwelcome, tragic societal stress test. We should learn from it and work to fix the cracks that were revealed especially since the lessons apply broadly. New piece analyzing five key pitfalls that hampered us—and how to move forward. theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/… pic.twitter.com/0Rt4xPjAqZ
@mathewi on Twitter
@mathewi: Great summary from @zeynep theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/… pic.twitter.com/Xlqcf4kYuy

Why Opening Windows Is a Key to Reopening Schools

27 February[ —]
nytimes.com - By Nick Bartzokas, Mika Gröndahl, Karthik Patanjali, Miles Peyton, Bedel Saget and Umi Syam
A simulation of airflow in a real New York City classroom shows the risks of coronavirus infection and how simple ventilation and filtration can reduce the probability of exposure.
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@stuartbuck1 on Twitter
@stuartbuck1: How are we ever going to work in office buildings where the windows don't open ever again? nytimes.com/interactive/20… pic.twitter.com/1nEjw3wKeb
@davemcclure on Twitter
@davemcclure: Want to *see* why airflow and ventilation are important in schools? I've been working on this project with @nytimes and colleagues at @JarosBaumBolles for the past few months. Great to see it out in the world. nytimes.com/interactive/20…
@mmasnick on Twitter
@mmasnick: Want to *see* why airflow and ventilation are important in schools? I've been working on this project with @nytimes and colleagues at @JarosBaumBolles for the past few months. Great to see it out in the world. nytimes.com/interactive/20…
@ezraklein on Twitter
@ezraklein: Want to *see* why airflow and ventilation are important in schools? I've been working on this project with @nytimes and colleagues at @JarosBaumBolles for the past few months. Great to see it out in the world. nytimes.com/interactive/20…
@zittrain on Twitter
@zittrain: Want to *see* why airflow and ventilation are important in schools? I've been working on this project with @nytimes and colleagues at @JarosBaumBolles for the past few months. Great to see it out in the world. nytimes.com/interactive/20…
@semil on Twitter
@semil: How are we ever going to work in office buildings where the windows don't open ever again? nytimes.com/interactive/20… pic.twitter.com/1nEjw3wKeb
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@academicdave on Twitter
@academicdave: This is a cool simulation and visualization. But, note the situation in a classroom with no open windows and poor ventilation (which is characteristic of many, many classrooms). You want to work in that classroom for 6 hours, 5 days per week? nyti.ms/2Pj09Sz
@Asher_Wolf on Twitter
@Asher_Wolf: "About 3 percent of the air each person in this room breathes was exhaled by someone else." nytimes.com/interactive/20…
@alexisgoldstein on Twitter
@alexisgoldstein: Absolutely essential explainer on how crucial ventilation is for opening schools (and everything else). Without ventilation, peak contamination is reached in just 7(!) minutes. nytimes.com/interactive/20… pic.twitter.com/6UGIWrjuoI
@xeni on Twitter
@xeni: Want to *see* why airflow and ventilation are important in schools? I've been working on this project with @nytimes and colleagues at @JarosBaumBolles for the past few months. Great to see it out in the world. nytimes.com/interactive/20…

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