Links 10/12/14

Links for you. Science:

How many animals are really going extinct? The fierce scientific debate over whether our estimates are right, and whether even discussing it could hurt conservation efforts
How genes can influence children’s exam results
Bigger Problem in US Than Ebola: Enterovirus D68 Spreading Respiratory, Paralytic Diseases in Children
CDC: Half of US Hospital Patients Taking Antibiotics; 25 Percent on Two or More
Ebola in Europe: What Went Wrong

Other:

Photos: The Morning Blood Moon Came For Our Souls
Inflationistas Are Guilty of Derp
What The Ebola Virus Is Trying To Teach Us
The Fantasies of Sam Harris
The Diversity of Islam
Trying to Talk Sense About Demography
‘7th Heaven’ Dad Stephen Collins and the Christian Right’s Real Morality Tale
The Case for Driving as Fast as You Want in a School Zone
Boston Police Focus on Blacks in Disproportionate Numbers, Study Shows
Hunter S. Thompson’s 1958 cover letter for a newspaper job
Men Have Depended on the Government for Centuries—So Why Shouldn’t Women Do the Same?
Innovations at Dunbar High School have sparked progress, but there’s still a lot of student churn

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1 Response to Links 10/12/14

  1. J says:

    This is a great blog post you may not have seen, an analysis of the public health response to Ebola in the U.S. —
    http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/molecules-to-medicine/2014/10/06/ebola-in-the-u-s-politics-and-public-health-dont-mix/

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