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Since the beginning of June, Brood X cicadas have delayed a White House press flight, been blamed for a car crash in Ohio and shown up on weather radar over Maryland. And the noisy insects' next trip could be to a dinner table near you.

Here's my conversation with @Rob_Reid about the long-term existential risks of engineering viruses where Rob argues that gain-of-function research on viruses should be banned. Science is a double-edged sword. This is a difficult but important conversation.

I've complained about ads during the playoffs. ... This Uber Eats, however, Patrick Roy vs. Mario Tremblay, always gets me to chuckle. The table hockey score, the wink. Apparently the French version is even funnier. via @YouTube 

#Exclusive @yogrishiramdev  talks about Yoga and allopathy. He further adds, "don't call #yoga  pseudo-science". Listen in. #InternationalYogaDay  #RE 

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is seeking to build the U.K. into a “science superpower,” harnessing 14.9 billion pounds ($21 billion) a year in spending on R&D into solutions for the public good

So, what are the questions that you're asking about the Bay? Who are the Bay Area people whose thinking is way out ahead of the national conversation? Not just in civic stuff, but tech, art, science, media, music, culture, vibes.

Twitter Follow Tip: The tweet date shows the last time a user was on Twitter—2hrs, 1d, 1mo. etc. The chances for a follow back increase if the user was online recently. Use the science of human behavior to gain followers. x

Merlino: "But I don’t want to foreshadow those today. As Professor Sutton always says, everything is on the table in terms of assessment, and it will be public health advice in terms of what can be eased further in a COVID-safe way. " #COVID19Vic 

Is it better to get immunity from catching COVID-19 — or from vaccines? What science shows

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"If one day, my words are against science, choose science." Mustafa Kemal Atatürk

‘People are dying … science should not be partisan.’ — Watch @Ocasio2018 ’s spirited defense of environmental justice from 2019

Science has gone too far

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Scientific American has never endorsed a presidential candidate in our 175-year history—until now. The 2020 election is literally a matter of life and death. We urge you to vote for health, science and Joe Biden for President.

I spoke to Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger yesterday about Fulton County and voter fraud in Georgia. He was unwilling, or unable, to answer questions such as the “ballots under table” scam, ballot destruction, out of state “voters”, dead voters, and more. He has no clue!

Retweet if you think public health decisions should be based on science, NOT politics.

Protect yourself and your community from coronavirus with common sense precautions: wash your hands, stay home when sick and listen to the @CDCgov  and local health authorities. Save the masks for health care workers. Let’s stay calm, listen to the experts, and follow the science.

Dear Science Deniers, (Anti-vaxers, anti-maskers, climate hoaxers, flat-Earthers, etc) You found one another & communicate via stupefyingly advanced technologies that pivot on the discoveries of scientists. Just thought I’d remind you of that fact. Sincerely, Your Smart Phone

Bill Nye is fed up. And I’m with him. Trust science. “We’re all one species.” I’m here for all of this...

You don’t defeat a virus with politics. You defeat a virus with science and medicine.