Links 10/5/15

Links for you. Science:

­Protecting Apes Could Backfire
‘Good bacteria’ key to stopping asthma (as always, much more work to be done)
Plastic-eating worms may offer solution to mounting waste, researchers discover
Why It Was Easier to Be Skinny in the 1980s (I’m going with sleep deprivation, which no one talks about)
The Changing Face of Cystic Fibrosis


The Reformy Arguments Are Getting Worser
Peeple Bleater
Samsung TVs Are Using Less Power in Efficiency Tests and More in the Real World
Paris’ Day Sans Cars Shows Us What Our Cities Can Be
Red Line driver injects humor into his work
Anti-#Renoir direct action (I think this is real?)
Afghanistan: MSF staff killed and hospital partially destroyed in Kunduz
Republicans Have No Answer for Roseburg: Obama says that our gun supply leads to more deaths. The GOP has no plausible alternative theory (because they don’t care)
3 White Elephants That Help Explain America’s Infrastructure Crisis
MSF hospital: US condemned over ‘horrific bombing’ in Afghanistan
The model minority is losing patience
The mysterious nature of the “juvenile sex offender”: New research casts doubt on practical meaningfulness of emergent category
Washington Post Runs Anti-Sanders Editorial In News Section
Reporting Is Ugly

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1 Response to Links 10/5/15

  1. bob says:

    Yes, the anti-Renoir demonstration was real. With a turnout of nine picketers!

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