Links 2/13/13

Links for you. Science:

Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Surround Big Swine Farms — In China As Well As The US (it’s worth noting that none of the carbapenem-resistance genes were found, thankfully)
Moleculo Technology
Mice Fall Short as Test Subjects for Humans’ Deadly Ills
Needle exchanges: When the perfect is the enemy of the good
Drug Shortages In Cancer Pose Risk to Patients


The Real Story of the Religious Right — A Movement Born to Defend Racial Segregation: The movement initially emerged to defend racially segregated Christian schools from government intrusion. (yes, it did. Also, the post notes that evangelicals were far less doctrinaire on abortion until the 1980s)
The Most Important Chart About the Deficit You’ll Ever See (excellent)
Jonah Lehrer Thinks He Can Humblebrag His Way Back Into Journalism (what’s fascinating is that Lehrer plans to self-impose behavioral modification a la antisocial personality disorder modification; it’s not unclear if he realizes he behaved unethically repeatedly)
The Richest 1 Percent Have Captured 121 Percent Of Income Gains During The Recovery
Joe Scarborough Hates Moms, PowerPoint
“To Get the Gold, They Will Have to Kill Every One of Us First” Tribal Leaders Fight Gold-Hungry Investors
Was Pope John Paul I murdered? John Julius Norwich’s burning question…
Skin in Which Game? (excellent article about pseudonyms)
Lost Boston: Bicycle Club at 152 Newbury Street
The Conscience of a Corporation
The Study That Could Upend Everything We Thought We Knew About Declining Urban Crime
Say It To My Face, Jonah Lehrer (but bills gotta be paid, yes?)
Logan employees arrested in cab bribery scheme

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