Monthly Archives: October 2010

Links 10/26/10

What a difference a good night’s sleep makes. I feel like I could conquer the world.
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Movement Conservatism, the 2010 Version

It apparently involves stomping on women’s heads.
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Posted in Civil Liberties, Conservatives | 6 Comments

The Unspoken, yet Vital Component of Hertability Estimates: Is This a Problem for GWAS?

Until we characterize the environment more rigorously–and healthy and diseased isn’t going to cut it–we have to treat many of these heritability estimates, and the attempts to explain the underlying contributions of genes, as speculative.
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Posted in Environment, Genetics, Genomics, Human Genetics | 6 Comments

Links 10/25/10

Links for you.
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Posted in Lotsa Links | 1 Comment

Note to Scientists: Ultimately, It’s Up to Us to Decide If We Want Supplemental Sections

We can stop this because journals don’t exist without us.
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Posted in Publishing | 9 Comments

Links 10/24/10

Better late than never. Links for you.
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Boston of the Future Viewed from 1908

Boston didn’t end up looking like this.
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Posted in Boston, Libraries, Transportation | 11 Comments

Charter Schools, Test Scores, and Skimming the Cream

This is just par for the course for modern conservatism: have private systems skim the cream, and leave the public sector to clean up an impossible mess.
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Posted in Conservatives, Education | 5 Comments

Links 10/23/10

A nice, sunny Saturday. If you’re stuck inside, and you don’t feel like calling up Anita Hill and harassing her for no good reason, here are some links for you.
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Posted in Lotsa Links | 1 Comment

Bestest City Council Resolution EVAH!

Waterslides. Gotta love Cambridge, MA.
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Posted in Massachusetts, Transportation | 2 Comments