Links 3/22/14

Links for you. Science:

The Myth of the Science and Engineering Shortage: American students need to improve in math and science—but not because there’s a surplus of jobs in those fields. (must-read; accessible to non-specialists)
Whole-Genome Sequencing for Risk Assessment of Long-term Shiga Toxin–producing Escherichia coli
Protein May Hold the Key to Who Gets Alzheimer’s
Pediatricians versus the Dunning-Kruger effect on vaccines
Vaccine Financing From the Perspective of Primary Care Physicians

Other:

Being White in Philly St. Patrick’s Day Weekend (excellent)
Ten Years Later, David Frum Can’t Get the Most Basic Facts About Iraq Right (I never understood why some progressives fell all over themselves simply because Frum isn’t completely delusional on every issue; that’s a very low bar)
There’s No Substitute for the Government
High Fallutin’ Nazis
Adjunctivitis (colleges are starting to get what they pay for)
Religion Is Important to Understand
Arne Duncan just doesn’t get it: How the media and phony reformers hurt your kids
13 ways high-stakes standardized tests hurt students
We Don’t Even Have to Lift a Finger
Real Wages Rise Slightly but Remain below Peak for 41st Straight Year
How We Built the Ghettos: A brief introduction to America’s long history of racist housing policy.
Whistleblower Reveals Favoritism Toward the Rich, Robo-Signing at the IRS
​A Public Service Announcement About Your Backpack
Here’s the Only MH370 Theory That Actually Makes Sense

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1 Response to Links 3/22/14

  1. Bayesian Bouffant, FCD says:

    Here’s the Only MH370 Theory That Actually Makes Sense

    Thanks, I got a laugh out of that.

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