Links 9/14/11

Links for you. Science:

A thought for Texas Governor Rick Perry about science.
An array of errors: Investigations into a case of alleged scientific misconduct have revealed numerous holes in the oversight of science and scientific publishing
Exclusive: Smoked out: tobacco giant’s war on science
Deadly serious: Antibiotic-Resistant Salmonella Free to Be in Your Food


The Financial Zoo: An Interview with Satyajit Das – Part I (must-read)
Natural Gas: Not That Great After All
Minneapolis JCRC Confirms Monitoring Activities, Travel Schedule of Congressman Israel Deemed ‘Hostile’
America’s Next Top Sociologist: A daylong photo shoot for Vogue pays only $150, women are like milk cartons, and other insights from the academic study of modeling
The Poor: Still Here, Still Poor
Working At The ReHab – Part I
Umpires show ethnic bias in ball/strike calls—unless they’re feeling watched
Judah the Ayatollah
The Responsibility of Intellectuals, Redux: Using Privilege to Challenge the State (not a big Chomsky fan, but this is pretty good)

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