Links 4/29/15

Links for you. Science:

Will work for food: How volunteer “opportunities” exploit early-career scientists
New perspectives on how ecological communities are assembled
Woolly Mammoth Genome Sequencing Complete – Is De-Extinction Next? (paper here)
Genome study reveals lonely end for the world’s woolly mammoths
That study of peer review perplexes me (also see this comment)


There’s a Reason Gay Marriage Is Winning, While Abortion Rights Are Losing
An open letter to NC State Senator Tom McInnis
Republicans again appeal to theocracy (and the rights of D.C. residents take it in the chops. Again)
Pay No Attention to the Man Behind the Curtain–Kansas School Districts Forced to Close Early
100% Diet Of Rendered Bacon Fat
The Re-Education of Merryl Tisch
The Pipeline Blues: Who Would Have Guessed This Would Have Happened?
Warren says President Obama, not her, is wrong on TPP. There’s an easy way to find out who’s right
Troops referred to Ferguson protesters as ‘enemy forces’, emails show
Dear Columbia University it’s not about academic freedom it’s about ethics and liver cleanses
You Thought You Loved Monsanto Before?
This chart explains everything you need to know about inequality
American teachers, more demoralized than ever, are quitting in droves
Race and the Disciplining of Young Students
Mama, don’t let your baby grow up to be a winner
Correction to Mankiw: Economists Actually Agree, Just Because You Call Something “Free Trade” Doesn’t Make It Free Trade

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