Links 3/6/14

Links for you. Science:

In defense of scientific curiosity
My concerns about PLOS’s new open data policy
The Market For DNA-Sequencing-Based Down’s Syndrome Tests Could Exceed $6 Billion (first, short-term viable and large DNA-sequencing based market)
How real science labs work
Are WE The Missing Link in Acceptance of Evolution? (interesting)


“We Are Speaking Very Loudly. We Are Carrying a Small Stick.” (must-read)
Where It’s Hardest for the Poor to Make Their Rent (was surprised to read that much of MA does very well)
The Progressives’ Image Problem
Guide to Convincing Parents to Vaccinate their Children
Basic Income and a Room of One’s Own
Ukraine Transition Government: Neo-Nazis in Control of Armed Forces, National Security, Economy, Justice and Education
Yes, Religion Will Become Less Homophobic. No, That’s Not A Bad Thing.
The Dark Side of the Ukraine Revolt
John Arnold’s response to Pando: Being a billionaire makes me uniquely credible on cutting workers’ pensions
Can Ukraine Control Its Far Right Ultranationalists?
Predictions from abroad: Tablet photography and voice dictation are coming in a big way
Hudson/Sommers: Ukraine: “Go West, Young Man” (or Dr. Strangelove’s Revenge)

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1 Response to Links 3/6/14

  1. Horace Boothroyd III says:

    About Scientific Curiousity.

    There is on the one hand people studying things because they are weird. Cosmology, to dredge up an example.

    And there is on the other hand people following the internal logic of their fields to the honest conclusions. Most of Science, outside biology as currently funded.

    When Adam delved and Eve spanned, who was then a gentleman?

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