Links 9/11/13

Links for you. Science:

SequenceServer: BLAST search made easy (could be useful for students/small lab groups)
Science Confirms: Politics Wrecks Your Ability to Do Math
Stop pretending we aren’t living in the Space Age
Laboring for science education
Dude, Where’s My Data?
Humans Would Be Better Off If They Monkeyed Around Like the Muriquis


U.S. Backed Syrian Opposition YEARS BEFORE Uprising Started (note to progressives: you are being played for suckers)
Candidates for Markey’s seat split on Syria action
Across U.S., bridges crumble as repair funds fall short: Engineers say thousands are close to collapse. And between the recession, sequestration and congressional gridlock, money to fix them is scarcer than ever.
Philadelphia’s suicide prevention plan for schools without guidance counselors
The Real Reason Kansas Is Running Out of Water
Teju Cole’s 9 questions about Britain you were too embarrassed to ask
An Abortion Story Both Radical and Ordinary
Libya and Its Contexts
US and Soviet tanks facing each other at Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin, 1961
Bombs Not Food

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2 Responses to Links 9/11/13

  1. Joe Miller says:

    I’m disappointed that Strier didn’t address the matter of collaborative breeding. I suspect that the muriquis’ harmonious lifestyle is predicated upon some predilection to care for each others’ children, much as marmosets, tamarins, titi monkeys, and (of course) humans do.

  2. Lindsay says:

    Thanks for linking the Kansas article; the depletion of the aquifer has been in the news a lot here.

    Am I reading it right? They’re really not bothering to rotate crops anymore?

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