Links 8/29/12

Links for you. Science:

NIH Principal Investigators Are Getting Old
Widespread vaccine exemptions are messing with herd immunity
Melyroidea magnifica Shelford, 1912
Paleo-politics: The really long view
Tiny RNA fragments control bacterial infections
Top 3 Reasons to Stop Fretting About Being an Old Dad


What Neil Armstrong Knew Is What We Never Will (must-read)
Two Countries Have One People, Our Road Has a Storm (must-read)
Ayn And The Apologists
NIH superbug outbreak highlights lack of new antibiotics
When Rapists Seek Joint Custody of the Children They Father Through Rape, Everyone Loses
What’s the price of corn in your meat? Less than you think.
A sinister history of anti-Arab violence: Impoverished Haredi neighborhoods, combined with high drop-out rates, create just the right conditions for attacks like the lynch in Jerusalem, one social worker suggests.
Neil Armstrong’s death should be a wake-up call for the world
Pro-choice Scott Brown gets pro-life endorsement. How come?
At Mouth of the Rivers of Power, a New GOP Species
I won’t hire people who use poor grammar
The Comeback Skid
Going hungry: Nearly one in five Americans has been short of money for food in the past year
Cooking Isn’t Fun. But you should do it anyway.
Genuflecting to the ones who hate you

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