Links 9/29/15

Links for you. Science:

The Folly of Mars: Space travel for a new millennialism (the most recent iteration of people versus robots)
Should Martin Shkreli be allowed to play the Good Samaritan defense?
Antibacterial Soap Is a Wash, Study Finds
The New Technique That Finds All Known Human Viruses in Your Blood
Rescuing Ancient Seeds From a War-Torn City: One of the world’s most important seed banks has left Syria, and it won’t be returning.


The drug industry wants us to think Martin Shkreli is a rogue CEO. He isn’t.
An Open Letter to Lily Eskelsen-Garcia
Will Black Lives Matter Be a Movement That Persuades?
How parole boards keep prisoners in the dark and behind bars
Moving the goal posts on homelessness (this is why you don’t elect Republicans)
Nashville Temple Rescues Planned Parenthood Fundraiser After Two Venues Back Out
What’s It All About Then
From North Carolina to Mississippi to the U.S. Senate: Hiram R. Revels, the first black senator
A Physician Substantially Tied to the Pharmaceutical Industry Nominated to Run the FDA
Nobody Is On Twitter
It’s time to destroy the republican party
“I’m A Grown-Up Now”: The Teen Who Accused Kevin Johnson Of Sexual Abuse Speaks Out
This is my new favorite photo of all time
Stop Googling. Let’s Talk.

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3 Responses to Links 9/29/15

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  2. Bayesian Bouffant, FCD says:

    The St. Paul group’s spokesman, Rashad Turner, declined an interview request but sent a text quoting Martin Luther King Jr. saying that “the Negro’s great stumbling block to freedom…is the white moderate who is more devoted to order than justice…who constantly says, ‘I agree with you in the goal you seek, but I can’t agree with your methods of direct action.’ ”

    “Methods of direct action.” Right. Because interrupting a race is equivalent to marching to a voter registration station. Fool.

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