Links 2/22/12

Links for you. Science:

Dear Elsevier Employees, With Love, From @FakeElsevier. An Open Letter.
‘Magic mud’ uncovered on Vancouver tidal flats key to shorebird populations
When I grow up, I wanna be a public health worker
Diving with wild crocodiles
I am science … or am I?


Why Patriarchal Men Are Utterly Petrified of Birth Control — And Why We’ll Still Be Fighting About it 100 Years From Now (must-read)
RI’s unemployment card fees questioned (JPMorgan is up to its usual tricks)
Why it matters that our politicians are rich: Science is finding that money actually changes how you think and act—and not for the better (Lord Acton had something to say on the matter too…)
You Gotta Admit
The Boston Courant: Proud not to have a website until the owner sees “a profitable end game”
Crossing the Line as Civilization Implodes: Heartland Institute, Peter Gleick and Andrew Revkin
How it works
Clutch is overrated
When Drugs Were Legal in Mexico
A Better Way To Do Campaign Finance Reform
Peter Gleick, The Heartland Revelations and Situational Journalism
Why Right-Wingers’ Hatred of Modern Women Is Going to Cost Them the Birth Control Battle (and a Whole Lot of Votes) (one hopes)

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