Links for you. Science:
Feynman is not my hero
Survey of Academic Field Experiences (SAFE): Trainees Report Harassment and Assault
The Birds and the Bees, academic version
On the (Very Smelly) Trail of the Skunk Takeover: Pet-friendly American suburbs make ideal habitats for skunks, and populations of the bushy-tailed moochers have exploded in recent years. Time to investigate an outbreak that’s bringing the wrong kind of funk to summer nights.
Lessons From America’s War for the Greater Middle East (excellent)
Fake TSA screener infiltrates SFO checkpoint, gropes women
Former Grad Student Files $20 Million Lawsuit Against Vanderbilt (this is what it will take–hit them in their wallets)
Does Science magazine actually sell many copies at the newsstand?
The 7 Ugliest Government Buildings In Washington, D.C.
How Extreme Right-Wingers Are Using Marijuana as Trojan Horse for Their Schemes: Jury nullification is a long-term pet project.
MBTA JANITORS SPEAK OUT AGAINST CUTS, SAY TRAINS AND PLATFORMS WILL HAVE EVEN MORE PISS AND PUKE THAN USUAL
Government Failures On the Rise? Take It With a Grain of Salt. (good understanding of the limitations of the data)
Nestlé doesn’t want you to know how much water it’s bottling from the California desert
The Democrats’ Brilliant Idea for How to Stop Unnecessary Abortion Clinic Regulations
A brief history of hating cities
America’s middle class: Poorer than you think
The Long Road to Abortion for Some of the Country’s Poorest Women