Links 4/10/12

Links for you. Science:

Is blogging and tweeting about research papers worth it? The Verdict
Arsenic in Our Chicken? (actually, looking at the paper, what I want to know is how chickens are getting caffeine)
Detect all germs? RNA provides quick way for diagnosing infections and spotting drug resistance
Genes are probability, not destiny

Other:

Other than the fact that’s already started, Mike the Mad Biologist is just right about this
It Has Come to This: Hot Teen Exorcists
Omniscient Gentlemen of The Atlantic (if we replaced Dowd with Tlacik at the NYT, we would have more interesting op-eds, while not violating the Law of Conservation of Maureens)
Indian Man Single-Handedly Plants a 1,360 Acre Forest
Fighting Over the American Home: Handcuffs versus Hope and Change
Finance as Wealth Transfer Mechanism: An Interview with James Galbraith
Is Airport Security Killing 500 People a Year?
More Public Pension Scare Stories at the Post
Europe Is Baffled by the U.S. Supreme Court (let me cut through the clutter: they’re assholes)
The Political Path to Full Employment
This Is How Much It Costs to Own a Vagina: An Itemized List
The Great American Health-Care Scandal
Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose

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One Response to Links 4/10/12

  1. sciliz says:

    They talk about the caffeine in the chickens! It’s coffe pulp or green tea extract

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