Links 2/26/15

Links for you. Science:

What the Anti-Vax Movement Doesn’t Tell You About Measles
Autopsy of Toronto Star HPV article and the real dark side of Gardasil they missed
The Time Everyone “Corrected” the World’s Smartest Woman
UCLA Superbugs Reveal Stubborn Resistance Problem (based on the interview,these seem to be non-U.S. strains)
The dark future of American space exploration: NASA’s golden age is about to come to a thudding halt


The disappeared: Chicago police detain Americans at abuse-laden ‘black site’ (must-read)
Fortune and the Four-day Workweek (excellent)
‘Socialized’ or not, Britain’s health care system is superior
Freight Farms: How Boston Gets Local Greens, Even When Buried In Snow (there seems to be an opportunity for this in fading exurbs and suburbs)
If the Rise of the Robots Is Moved from the Ten-Year to the Fifty-Year Agenda, What Replaces It on the Ten-Year Agenda?
The future of work in the second machine age is up to us
Learning About Education the Hard Way
Teach or Perish
Is teaching undergraduates central to the mission…?
Sidewalk snow shoveling hall of shame: “DC government is the worst offender” (and Arlington too)–and the National Park Service as well
Man Who Terrorized Brianna Wu For Months Says He Was Just Kiddin Around (throw him under the jail)
Silicon Valley Could Learn a Lot From Skater Culture. Just Not How to Be a Meritocracy
Scott Walker’s economic mess: How worker wages were gutted in Wisconsin
Congressional Grump Blamed for Nixing Hillside Sledding
Enabler and consort of hacks

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1 Response to Links 2/26/15

  1. Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R, GA), member of the House science committee and chair of its oversight subcommittee, does not vaccinate his children

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