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10. At this point, the Wright Brothers were still keeping their flyer under wraps, hoping to sell it to the US military. Scientific American magazine offered a prize award for the first 1km flight, hoping to lure the Wrights into a public demonstration.

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This Scientific American article about the side-effect response to coronavirus vaccination, and why the 2nd may produce more symptoms (over a short duration still) was very reassuring:

The Antiscience Movement Is Escalating, Going Global and Killing Thousands @PeterHotez  / Scientific American)

Today I am introducing two bills to restore America’s commitment to scientific and biomedical research. The American Cures Act and the American Innovation Act provide the robust funding needed to ensure America leads the world in breakthrough discoveries.

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How to debunk misinformation about COVID and vaccines - Scientific American

Perspective: Federal "brain drain" threatens American scientific leadership, new report says

Federal ‘brain drain’ threatens American scientific leadership, new report says

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We can open most K-8 schools by the end of our first 100 days. @CDCgov  provided the best available scientific evidence on how to do it safely. But Congress needs to pass the American Rescue Plan so states and communities have the resources they need.

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.

GOOD NEWS → Interim trial data show a new Covid-19 vaccine is effective—preventing infection in 90% of its volunteers. The Trump Administration has been working non-stop to fast track scientific research and pre-purchase successful doses. Great day for American innovation!

Scientific American is easily the top journal of popular science in the world. It’s one of the things that makes America great. For the first time in its 175 year history, it is now endorsing a presidential candidate. With very good scientific reason.

After 175 years of staying neutral in elections, Scientific American has endorsed Joe Biden. Good thing Trump has practice getting spanked by a magazine.

Scientific American backed Democrat Joe Biden for president on Tuesday, the magazine's first-ever White House endorsement in its 175-year history

For the first time in the 175-year history of Scientific American, we are endorsing a political candidate. Please vote for Joe Biden to support science, health, the environment, evidence-based policy, and reality over disinformation. via @sciam 

Biden receives endorsement from Scientific American, magazine's first in 175-year history

Instead of rallying the scientific community, instead of educating the American people about the need for social distancing and the other things that we have to do, Trump's inaction has cost the lives of many, many Americans.

American Meteorology Society sends letter to President Trump, saying his recent climate change comments "are not consistent with scientific observations from around the globe, nor with scientific conclusions based on these observations."

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