Links 5/2/12

Links for you. Science:

Confessions of a Creationist: the making of a serial killer
Reef Sharks Repelled by People
Preclinical research has a problem, but that doesn’t mean religion is better
Drug-resistant bacteria go undetected. Poor training in use of tests allows ‘superbugs’ to evade surveillance.
Is More Always Better?
Meet a cancer researcher: William Stallcup (important point about funding)


Schoolyard power-plays are the problem
Does Mitt Romney Have an Education Platform? (yes, and you won’t like it)
Math Shows Today’s Writers Are Less Influenced by the Past
Mission Creep at the TSA: From Airport Groping to Bag Checks and Roadblocks
Paul Krugman’s Fairy Fantasyland
Class Dismissed
Get Sick. Can’t Pay? Go to Jail!
Big Idea: Universal Pre-K to Teach Children and Create Jobs
Rachel Maddow Clashes With Alex Castellanos Over Women And The Economy On ‘Meet The Press’ (This is why I can’t stand TV ‘debate’; also Castellanos is a pig and a bully)

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1 Response to Links 5/2/12

  1. Bayesian Bouffant, FCD says:

    This is why I can’t stand TV ‘debate’ …

    There are some shows where guests are shouted down, by other guests or even by the host. These are apparently the shows where Castellanos would be comfortable. Notably, when Maddow has guests on her own show, she lets them talk, even if she disagrees with them. That used to be the whole point of inviting someone onto a news show, to hear what they have to say.

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