Tuesday assorted links

1. 538 on why NBA scoring has been so high.

2. “Overall, information sharing among expert evaluators can lead to more conservative allocation decisions that favors protecting against failure than maximizing success.

3. Derek Lowe on convalescent plasma.

4. “Most of the time, most people do not know (precisely) what they are talking about.

5. “Associations between subjective mobility perceptions and health outcomes are intriguingly independent of objective social mobility trajectories.

6. Valuable perspective on Covid-19 reinfection, not yet the worry it might seem to be.  This associated, linked Science piece is excellent not only for its content, but also for showing how reasoning ought to be done.

7. Update on the FDA and test regulations, recommended for those who care.


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