Links 5/13/13

Links for you. Science:

The Hidden World Under Our Feet
Glow Worm Cave in Waitamo, New Zealand
The Riddle of the Bee Deaths: Solved at Last? (probably not)
Engineering the $325,000 Burger
Spray-on liquid glass is about to revolutionize almost everything (the anti-bacterial properties, if real, would save thousands of lives annually in the U.S.)


Enough with the hipster-bashing (interesting)
Who says Boston is hard to navigate?
ObamaCare Rollout: Feds to Use “Consumer Reporting Agencies” to Determine Eligibility Despite Penalty for Perjury
Bill Maher’s excellent and sobering commentary on the wealth gap (their wealth offers them far more opportunity for arrogance than it does protection)
Frack Corporate Personhood
No sorry David, Glenn Greenwald is not wrong (the last three paragraphs are key)
Whitewash (very good, but Rich misses who the real target is–white people who don’t want to feel like racists)
Henry Waxman will support Chained CPI in trade for “things we want”
Rwanda genocide 20 years on: ‘We live with those who killed our families. We are told they’re sorry, but are they?’
The Coming Attempt to Impeach Obama
Gates: Benghazi-obsessed Republicans have ‘cartoonish’ view of military capability
Peer Review: Economists and the Rhetoric of Groveling

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2 Responses to Links 5/13/13

  1. hipparchia says:

    re spray-on glass, “sounds like the new asbestos” is one of the comments on the article, and that was my first thought too.

    seems to me that pretty much every “nano” material i’ve read about has the same problem – perfectly safe as long all the nanoparticles stay stuck together, which, apparently they never do. you don’t if anyone’s got the definitive answer on this do you?

  2. Gingerbaker says:

    spray-on glass. Sigh.

    article is from 2010. Still no spray-on glass. My salty tears fall onto my desk, but do not slide off, they persist.

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