Thank you! I hope you know that you (and other WSers of course) really make my day. Teaching from home is...isolating and of course, the community here is so much better informed than my students. I learn so much from WS every day, plus I get a chance to share ideas and thoughts that are definitely over the heads of my students. I am going to start sending my students to WS (this forum, actually) where they are supposed to observe (not contribute until I give them an okay). I want them to see how a discussion can actually work and how people can disagree but still discuss. I cleared this with Tricia yesterday. I look forward to your posts, too, Night Watchman. I feel as if I know you, and I guess we do know each other. Tricia encouraged me to use my sig line to say a bit more about my background, so I'm going to do that. I do have access to online resources that many do not, so I try to share - and I'm happy to research questions when I can. Unfortunately, I have now collected some 1000 links and articles and didn't do a good job categorizing them from the start, which I'm going to do this summer. This CoVid situation is moving so fast. My anthropologist friends and I are all fascinated, as we've obviously studied epidemics and pandemics throughout our careers, but never thought we'd actually live to see something like this (many of us are over 60, but I have to say our younger colleagues are incredibly amazing, as they know way more about RNA than I do, as I went to school too early to learn as much as I could have).