Links 6/5/15

Links for you. Science:

Vermont Says No to the Anti-Vaccine Movement
Dear Advice Column, What Do I Do When A Premier Journal In My Field Is Sexism Apologetic?
Ask Isis – “Help! My adviser won’t stop looking down my shirt!” (excellent)
Universities, feds fight to keep lab failings secret (this is as much a case of regulations that aren’t ever enforced/used as it is ‘secrecy’)
How Europe’s climate policies led to more U.S. trees being cut down


Everybody Chill: There’s No Ferguson-Inspired ‘New Nationwide Crime Wave’
Why Has America Stopped Winning Wars?
DC made it more appealing to drive through East of the River neighborhoods to get between Maryland and Virginia. You’ll never guess what happened next.
The new guy (O’Malley. Ugh)
My friend is a veterinarian. A horse had a nose bleed and it looks like…
The Agency: From a nondescript office building in St. Petersburg, Russia, an army of well-paid “trolls” has tried to wreak havoc all around the Internet — and in real-life American communities.
Real New Yorkers Can Say Goodbye to All That
I have 227 browser tabs open, and my computer runs fine. Here’s my secret.
Woonerfs were tactical urbanism before there was “tactical urbanism”
Ethics of a Nazi judge
School lunch room manager fired for giving out food to children without lunch money
New Data Offer First Infuriating Glimpse At How The Richest 0.001 Percent Pay Income Taxes
TFA Teacher: “How I Would Fix Teach for America”
Extreme Wealth And Absolute Squalor: Homelessness In Silicon Valley
What Is Helicopter Money, Anyway?
IMF Economists’ Surprising Advice on Federal Debt: Don’t Worry About It (better late than never…)
Car owners or not, people who rent pay to park
Last Task After Layoff at Disney: Train Foreign Replacements (the H-1B visa scam rolls on…)

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1 Response to Links 6/5/15

  1. Bayesian Bouffant, FCD says:

    Vermont Says No to the Anti-Vaccine Movement
    the state has now become the first to remove philosophical exemptions from its vaccination law…
    Vermont currently offers parents an exemption for medical conditions and one for religious beliefs. It has been one of about twenty states that allow for philosophical exemptions, and the majority of exemptions in Vermont have been for philosophical reasons.

    Not clearly stated: they eliminated the philosophical exemption, but not the religious one. This is constitutionally problematic, since it gives a clear preference to religion. Also, it’s stupid.

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