Links for you. Science:
What Is “Science” According to George Orwell?
Are “PSSA” coming back? (kind of good news)
Textbooks under attack in Texas
Sight to behold as Migaloo reappears
Taxonomy: The spy who loved frogs. To track the fate of threatened species, a young scientist must follow the jungle path of a herpetologist who led a secret double life.
Can Politics Make a Stone That’s Too Heavy to Lift? (excellent response to Green Lanternism mockery)
Accepting inequality (excellent)
How Detroit went broke
Why two spaces after a period isn’t wrong (or, the lies typographers tell about history)
Disrupting “Disruption” Rhetoric
Eric Schlosser: If We Don’t Slash Our Nukes, “a Major City is Going to be Destroyed.”
Creepy Kids in Creepy Vintage Ads
The typical American family makes less than it did in 1989
How to Design a City for Women
And the Number of U.S. Bridges at Serious Risk of Collapse Is…
Are Humans Rational Utility Maximisers?
On the High Price of Textbooks