A special edition of Sunday links. Last week, I asked non-science bloggers to post five links that had something to do with science. So, I’ll start by returning the linky love:
(The list is in no particular order. Wouldn’t want to play favorites…):
- Tai Haku has a list.
- The Ridger has a list.
- This View of Life has a list.
- The Argo has a list.
- Evil Mommy has a list.
- The Decrepit Old Fool has a list.
It’s never too late to start posting your list. Now, onto my list o’sciency stuff:
- Some public health from the Mad Biologist: a hepatitis C outbreak, and fluoroquinolone abuse.
- Keeping with the public health theme, most Oxycontin users didn’t abuse the drug, and need it to manage their pain.
- ScienceBlogling Chris Rowan comments on Tony Blair’s ignorance of science.
- Here’s a post about a possible solar energy breakthrough.
- Sponges aren’t boring…except when they’re boring sponges.
- The tragic death of a coral reef.
Da uver stuff:
- Here are some interesting data regarding U.S. attitudes about poverty.
- ScienceBlogling Orli Van Mourik describes the “futile crusade” against religion. Here’s another very interesting take on some of the proponents of atheism.
- Digby comments on elitist journalists.
- Atrios does some meta–analysis of the lefty blogosphere. Kevin Drum does too. RJ Eskow points out that bloggers “threaten the franchise.”
- Some evangelicals really don’t like Mormons.
- Move it along, folks…no income divide here.
- Matt Yglesias argues that we wouldn’t have to hurt journalists’ feelings by calling them fucking morons if they weren’t fucking morons.
- Over at Shakesville, Mustang Bobby has a very concise summary of what the Goodling Affair is all about.
- So much for womens’ rights in Iraq–and this happened in the ‘peaceful’ Kurdish region.
- Mary Cheney’s book was really crappy.
Here’s my list of links. More than 5, I’m afraid.
Weekly five: the science links I promised.