Links 9/25/14

Links for you. Science:

Cowboy and centralized research IT
U.S. Aims to Curb Peril of Antibiotic Resistance
Pushing Women and People of Color Out of Science Before We Go In
Science’s Sexual Assault Problem
Science Has A Thomas Jefferson Problem…


Let this girl wear her ridiculous “Virginity Rocks” T-shirt
Alabama Governor Consoles Family Of Murdered 8-Year-Old Black Girl By Suggesting Their Dysfunction Killed Her
Republicans are on the news more because why, now?
Four Common Core ‘flimflams’
Punk Rock Education Style
Ads Don’t Work That Way
‘Poor people don’t plan long-term. We’ll just get our hearts broken’
American elites have completely failed to understand what the Fed should be doing right now (“it must be understood that full employment is a “policy variable.”” Yes, it is)
Computer-driven trains returning to Metro’s Red Line five years after deadly rail crash
One in 10 Americans Come to Work Stoned
Those Lazy Jobless
Once upon a time on the Bowery: Photos from the earliest days of CBGB take you up close to Patti Smith, Talking Heads, Blondie and a loud new scene
Emma Watson Gives Emotional, Powerful Speech at U.N. About Gender Inequality

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2 Responses to Links 9/25/14

  1. Scott Siskind says:
    Here’s a good article, the discussion in the comments is great too.

  2. Bayesian Bouffant, FCD says:

    It saddens me to report that Consumer Reports has thrown in with the anti-GMO crowd. This from their November 2014 issue, page 17:

    There haven’t been sufficient studies done to determine whether there are long-term health risks for people eating GMO foods. But some animal studies suggest that eating genetically engineered crops such as corn may have harmful effects on the immune system, liver, and kidneys. More independent research is needed.

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