Links 4/10/12

Links for you. Science:

Is blogging and tweeting about research papers worth it? The Verdict
Arsenic in Our Chicken? (actually, looking at the paper, what I want to know is how chickens are getting caffeine)
Detect all germs? RNA provides quick way for diagnosing infections and spotting drug resistance
Genes are probability, not destiny


Other than the fact that’s already started, Mike the Mad Biologist is just right about this
It Has Come to This: Hot Teen Exorcists
Omniscient Gentlemen of The Atlantic (if we replaced Dowd with Tlacik at the NYT, we would have more interesting op-eds, while not violating the Law of Conservation of Maureens)
Indian Man Single-Handedly Plants a 1,360 Acre Forest
Fighting Over the American Home: Handcuffs versus Hope and Change
Finance as Wealth Transfer Mechanism: An Interview with James Galbraith
Is Airport Security Killing 500 People a Year?
More Public Pension Scare Stories at the Post
Europe Is Baffled by the U.S. Supreme Court (let me cut through the clutter: they’re assholes)
The Political Path to Full Employment
This Is How Much It Costs to Own a Vagina: An Itemized List
The Great American Health-Care Scandal
Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose

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1 Response to Links 4/10/12

  1. sciliz says:

    They talk about the caffeine in the chickens! It’s coffe pulp or green tea extract

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