Links 10/4/15

Links for you. Science:

I retire today
Introducing the Sequel System: The Scalable Platform for SMRT Sequencing
Where in the Solar System Are We Most Likely to Find Life?
Driving–even living near traffic–makes us dumb, sick and lonely
The Antifungal Literature Has Problems


Slavery Myths Debunked–The Irish were slaves too; slaves had it better than Northern factory workers; black people fought for the Confederacy; and other lies, half-truths, and irrelevancies.
The Metro map could have looked like this
More than Mail: Why the United States Post Office Deserves a Square Deal
Where Did All The Teachers Go
Fight Over Postal Service Board Heats Up as Labor/Consumer Advocates/Minority Coalition Opposes Payday Lender Lobbyist, Privatization Backers
The Joyful, Illiterate Kindergartners of Finland
As fatalities rise, says Philip Kingston, Dallas must stop ‘building streets that hurt pedestrians’
Person First Project – Ken
The Best Ways to Get to Work, According to Science
Comm. Ave. revamp could mean a pedestrian-friendly intersection with Harvard Ave.
Pope Francis’ Meeting Wasn’t an Endorsement of Kim Davis’s Views, Vatican Says
Will Any Presidential Candidate Support Banning Handguns?
Wonks for Hire
Eiron, the Goddess of Irony…

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2 Responses to Links 10/4/15

  1. yastreblyansky says:

    Hey, thanks for the shoutout!

  2. Bayesian Bouffant, FCD says:

    Alabama sends message: We are too broke to care about right and wrong

    In a state in which driver licenses or special photo IDs are a requirement for voting…
    Every single county in which blacks make up more than 75 percent of registered voters will see their driver license office closed. Every one.

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