COVID-19 timeline

How coronavirus (Covid-19) spread day by day
February 12, 2020
Channel 4 News

“A Love Like No Otter” from Aquarium Love Stories
Georgia Aquarium, 2017

Grupo prospectiva: ¿quiénes integran el segundo equipo para frenar el COVID-19 en Perú?
April 3, 2020

Technology’s Emerging Role in the COVID-19 Response
April 15, 2020
texting platforms like mPulse Mobile and ConsejoSano

First Coronavirus Deaths in U.S. Came Earlier Than Authorities Thought
By Zusha Elinson, Preetika Rana and Jon Kamp
April 22, 2020
Santa Clara County: a 57-year-old woman who died on Feb. 6 …
Previously, the first known U.S. deaths from Covid-19 involved two people in the Seattle area who died Feb. 26.

Has Coronavirus Been in California Since the Fall? Researchers Investigate
Inquiries debunk popular theory about herd immunity and early spread of Covid-19 in the U.S.
WSJ. April 25, 2020

Coronavirus Update: FDA Alert on Abbott Tests
The FDA warns that Abbott’s rapid test kit may return false negatives

Coronavirus Update: The Virus May Be Here to Stay, Warns WHO
… a study raises accuracy concerns about a coronavirus test used by White House officials.

Update, Canada, UK, US
June 27, 2020
Dr. John Campbell


The growing global battle against blood-sucking ticks
Scientists have no shortage of ideas about how to stop tick-borne illnesses. What is holding them back?
Melinda Wenner Moyer
25 August 2015

Ticks then thrive on the rodents, which are poor groomers.
Studies suggest that larval ticks have a 50% chance of surviving when they feed on mice, but only a 3.5% chance on opossums.

Eisenia fetida: an epigean organism


How to Identify Wild Red Wiggler Worms – Eisenia Fetida
Tim Rosanelli
Jun 26, 2014

Why Am I Raising 4 Different Kinds Of Composting Worms? Well Let Me Tell You Why!

  • red wigglers (Eisenia fetida)
  • African night crawlers (Eudrilus eugeniae)
  • Alabama jumper
  • European night crawlers

‘Hey I’m Dead!’ The Story Of The Very Lively Ant

‘Hey I’m Dead!’ The Story Of The Very Lively Ant
April 1, 2009

How do ants know when another ant is dead?

“They included skatole, a component of feces; trimethylamine, one of the essences of rotting fish; and several of the more pungent fatty acids that contribute to rancid human body odor,”

oleic acid — just a teeny drop of it — was all the ants had to sniff to think “DEAD!”