Accidental Deliberations: Thursday Morning Links

This and that for your Thursday reading. – David Quammen writes about the ongoing race between scientific discovery and an evolving coronavirus. And Heidi Sheehan reports on new research showing a similarity between long COVID and myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome based on the inability of receptors to properly receive calcium.  –

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Things Are Good: This Electric Truck Sees You

@TfL statistics show that 26% of pedestrian fatalities involve a conventional truck, yet they only account for 4% of road miles. One of the ways we maximise visibility is to place the Volta Zero driver in a low and central position, helping cities feel safer.#electrictrucks pic.twitter.com/KQjalDpz4S — Volta Trucks (@TrucksVolta)

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Accidental Deliberations: Sunday Afternoon Links

This and that for your Sunday reading. – Beatrice Adler-Bolton discusses how the U.S.’ debate over the most basic of COVID-19 protections reflects fundamental choices as to whether people should have even the slightest respect for each others’ health and well-being. Glen Pearson notes that a (however unjustifiable) willingness to

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