Links 4/7/12

Links for you. Science:

Scientific American Declares Homeopathy Indispensable to Planet and Human Health (Dear Scientific American: What. The. Fuck)
How Predictive are Genomes?
Multidimensional coevolution, no oscillation overthruster required
Industrial poultry about to get even crappier — literally (anything that increases bacterial transmission from the farm to food, of course, increases the likelihood that antibiotic resistant bacteria will also make the jump)


The Politics of Going to College (this is why we can’t have nice things)
Why People Hate the Banks
Seminar on Debt: The First 5000 Years – Reply (fascinating response by Graeber)
WANKER OF THE DECADE – 9th Runner Up: Megan McArdle, aka Jane Galt.
Fifth Circuit Judges Now In Full Wingnut Mode (this is appalling)
Science for sociopaths
The blatant lies of Peterson, Walker, Simpson, Bowles
Is the individual mandate really the hill progressives want to die on?
The Expected Return Is Negative Infinity
Being uninsured is a mandate, too
Democrats and Republicans in 1972
How the American Action Movie Went Kablooey
Philip Pilkington: Nobel Laureate Paul Krugman Selectively Quotes Rival to Stitch Him Up After Losing Argument
Pump etiquette
Hubris leads to incompetence: the Rowe & Krugman edition

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