Were not just immensely destructive to human capital, but probably ineffective.
[Update a couple minutes later]
A child psychologist on the devastating impacts to young children of the pandemic response.
…may have had little effect on the spread of the virus.
This was shooting ourselves in the foot, on full auto.
I’ve been doing this for quite a while. I don’t just skip breakfast; I don’t eat anything until late afternoon. But I don’t see the relevance of this study to me, even if valid, because I don’t do it to lose weight.
If I’m losing muscle (I’m not; I never had that much to begin with), it’s because I don’t work out as I should. If I did, I’d have to increase my food uptake (and I’d gain weight, but it would be in muscle). What the eating schedule for that would have to be, I don’t know. I suspect it would just mean that I’d eat more in the evening.
With city budgets declining, it’s time to rethink them.
It’s time to rethink lots of things, but we don’t usually do it until under duress. The virus has been helpful in that regard in many cases.
Is it over?
It can’t be; it has to last until the election.
This looks promising.
One of the bright sides of this disaster is that we’re probably going to end up with prophylactics and cures for a broader range of viruses than just this one.