The illusory “long” CV-19 is featured heavily in this set of research summaries.
Greenland was pretty green when the Vikings came there and established several towns, but it got a lot colder and it is basically all white ice now.
Another example of over-priced companies trying to find some way to survive in the post-epidemic financial world. Transcarent, which does something, somehow to "access high quality, affordable care" is buying the virtual care part of cutesy-named 98point6, one of ten million virtual care companies, none of whom have any competitive differentiator. Just ask TeleDoc. Supposedly the deal is for around $100 million. Very, very hard to believe, but desperate times take desperate measures. Oh, and did I mention there is some AI involved somehow?https://transcarent.com/press-releases/transcarent-to-acquire-98point6-ai-powered-virtual-care-platform-and-care
More on the likely devastation caused by progressives insane insistence on unreliable and expensive so-called renewable energy.
A couple of interesting reports on workforce trends and methods for determing labor statistics.
Minnesota’s public schools are worthless for teaching children anything of substance, but great at indoctrination that makes money for teachers and administrators and keeps jackasses like Little timmy walz in office.
A study finds that progressive political views are associated with more mental health among adolescents, especially female young people.
One practice driving higher health spending is pretending that episodes of care are made to appear more intensive than they are for billing purposes.
Allowing health systems to buy physician practices results in higher prices and lower quality–patients suffer in two ways.
A Center for the American Experiment report also paints a grim energy future for Minnesota under the Uaffordable Blackout Bill.
Apparently causing electricity bills that take up all of most people’s income is part of Little Timmy’s plan to depopulate Minnesota. The more you look at the law, the crazier it is.
The cost of providing adequate electricity solely through the use of renewables is phenomenal, either in generating capacity or battery storage or a combination. Minnesotans would be spending huge amounts of their income on electricity, if it was available at all.
Start your week off with an exhilarating set of research summaries.
A good set of research papers are the raw material for this round of research summaries.