Links 7/11/13

Links for you. Science:

About Face: For half a century, one theory about the way we experience and express emotion has helped shape how we practice psychology, do police work, and even fight terrorism. But what if that theory is wrong?
State Dept. whistleblower’s lawyers targeted by ‘Watergate-style’ break-ins
Alternate titles: “Haab was right about invasive species,” or “Why, oh WHY won’t people listen when I write?” or “It’s a big fish vacuum cleaner.”
Hold the MSG: Gluten and MSG intolerance may be only in your head. That’s nothing to be ashamed of.
11 Rare Orchids That Look Like Animals (Including A Naked Man)


The generation we love to dump on (excellent; this crap happened in the early nineties too, when the job market also sucked)
Wisconsin lawmakers ask Gogebic Taconite to remove armed guards (are they going to open fire on people who commit property damage? This is insane)
Not Even a Bourgeois Freedom: Freedom of Contract in John Roberts’s America
Things In Politico That Make Me Want To Guzzle Antifreeze, Part The Infinity
The Real Reason You and Your Partner Fight So Much
The Gitmo Torture Obama Is Ignoring
On Those That Are Really Heroes…
It’s Test Score Season, But Some States Don’t Release Test Scores
For the First Time in 20 Years, New York’s Crime Rate Is on the Rise
New York Times Does Hatchet Job on MMT
Private paramilitaries guard Wisconsin mining site from protesters
Warren Mosler & MMT: Deficit Lovers?
The View of Jenny McCarthy
Dropbox Blows Up the Box, Connecting Every App, File, and Device

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1 Response to Links 7/11/13

  1. Amber says:

    The bit about the iron mine up north is troubling to me. Yeah, the area is incredibly economically depressed. but Jeebus. All that national forest land, and all the water? The lakes up there are crystal clear. Trees for miles and miles. It’s beautiful and remote. And somehow I think a mining company that hires ARMED GUARDS over freaking ROADBLOCKS, isn’t going to be, iunno, too careful or touchy feely about things like minimizing pollution, or not lobbying the state legislature to ease pollution regulations. It’s not like Walker would put up much of a fight over said regs, anyhow. Plus, I somehow feel the environmental groups and the Ojibwe will get completely ignored. My adopted state makes me grumble just as much as my homestate, albeit for different reasons.

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