“It had to be one way or the other.”
“An employee listed as a science editor appears to be a science fiction author…”
Smells like victory.
“The hype is probably overblown on both sides.”
“[T]he effectiveness of mask-wearing against the coronavirus pandemic is huge.”
The “fresh air” cure.
“This is a long way from herd immunity.”
“We estimated that 44% of secondary cases were infected during the index cases’ presymptomatic stage…”
“[A] patient during treatment will test negative one day and positive another.”
Now they tell us.
“If the findings are confirmed by testing, then the current restrictions could be removed much sooner than ministers have indicated.”
“Use this treatment cocktail early, and don’t wait until a patient is on a ventilator in the intensive-care unit.”
“…this study presents no statistically significant evidence”
Far past time for this
This subject contains many variables
Swing and a miss
The siren song of confirmation bias?
Heads you win, tails he loses?
But it sounds like you really have to smoke *a lot*
Let’s do it.
“the researchers’ 95% probability range is 16 million to 29 million…”
No data, no worries
The trends probably aren’t what you think
Your tax dollars at work
This is why we can’t have nice things
“…even the most widely circulated fake news stories were seen by only a small fraction of Americans.”
“He’s always showed up for the big dance.”
“It is the most surprising result of my career.”
“They’re not thinking about slavery.”
“You can’t make a film without a sensitivity counselor.”
“A riot has been declared.”