I think that this report, created by a professor of biological sciences at BYU and three of his students, is quite helpful and admirably clear:
However, we may yet be saved from our amazing folly and irresponsibility by the pharmaceutical industry:
New York Times: “Coronavirus Vaccine Tracker”
It’s too late for me, obviously, but this could be very valuable reading for others:
Driving down through Price to I-70 and then via Green River over to Colorado, we amused ourselves with, among other things, passages from Halka Chronic’s Roadside Geology of Utah. I confess that it’s very difficult to imagine an ancient prehistoric sea in what is now the remarkably desolate area between Price and Grand Junction, Colorado. But the seemingly endless piles of gray shale that once lay under the water are impossible to deny. And it was stirring to think of two of the dinosaur fossils mentioned by Chronic as having been found in the area. She didn’t specifically identify either of them, but one dinosaur had a stride of fifteen feet, she says, and the the other stood seven stories tall. Seven stories! I mean, we’re talking Godzilla territory.
I’ve long dreamed of a serious, balanced, honest conversation on the American racial divide. Unfortunately, this book isn’t it — and my saying that is almost certain to provoke accusations against me in certain circles of bigotry and racisim, and of toxic “whiteness” and basking in white privilege.
I regard Thomas Sowell as a far more reliable guide to this subject than Michael Eric Dyson. Too bad. To say that I’m disappointed in the book thus far would be a massive understatement.
Posted from Vail, Colorado