Links for you. Science:
Forgive Me, Scientists, for I Have Sinned (must-read)
House Panel Wants to Strip That $50 Million from SBE Again
Climate Change: The Anti-Story?
Dust Bowl Days: Will We Cut Carbon Pollution Fast Enough To Prevent Permanent Droughts?
Stop Citing My 1975 ‘Global Cooling’ Article
Why I’m no longer a teacher
Pamela Anderson Shatters the ‘Good’ Rape Myth
Dog Unable to Hide Its Obvious Guilt
David Brooks’s Leninist Vanguardism for Centrists
Are you more stressed at home than at work?
Long Island Segregation Drives Educational Inequality 60 Years After Brown v BOE
Just How Meaningful Are Those Value-Added Ratings?
Social Security at 62? You may want to check the math (worth noting that most readers won’t be able to collect full benefits until they’re 67, not 65 as commonly believed)
Financial Times Finds “Many” Errors in Piketty Analysis, Argues They Undermine His Thesis
These Housekeepers Asked Sheryl Sandberg to Lean In with Them. What Happened Next Will Not Amaze You.
FACING THE TRUTH: THE CASE FOR REPARATIONS (interview with Coates, very good)
The Case for Reparations: An Intellectual Autopsy: Four years ago, I opposed reparations. Here’s the story of how my thinking has evolved since then.
The wages of low pay