Links 3/9/11

Happy Wednesday. Links for you. Science:
Genetic Genealogy and the Single Segment
Fungi Developed to Fight Malaria in Mosquitoes
What a real astrobiologist at NASA has to say
You can increase your intelligence: 5 ways to maximize your cognitive potential
Why employee pensions aren’t bankrupting states
When it Comes to Sex, Teens Are People Too
Robert Samuelson Wants to Take Money from Seniors to Make the Wall Street Boys Richer (actually, I think he’s just not that bright)
Government in the cross hairs: Who are these evil workers who throw away our tax dollars so thoughtlessly? They’re our neighbors, relatives and friends — they are police officers, firefighters and teachers.
Paying Teachers Too Much? Or Too Little?
“Pro-life” anti-abortion laws mean that women are denied abortions and watch their babies die.
A Brief Encounter With One Samuel J. Wurzelbacher

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1 Response to Links 3/9/11

  1. Bayesian Bouffant, FCD says:

    A Brief Encounter With One Samuel J. WurzelbacherInteresting. Scott Walker is trying to impose a cap on property tax in Wisconsin? I didn’t know that. Andrew Cuomo is doing the same thing in NY, and he’s a Democrat.

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