Links 10/6/15

Links for you. Science:

Chagas: An Emerging Infectious Disease Threat In U.S.
Human Genome Project: Twenty-five years of big biology
The Future Will Be Full of Mushroom Batteries
If Your iPhone Were Powered By…
In vitro evaluation of dual carbapenem combinations against carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae


Can America Afford Bernie Sanders’ Agenda? (yes)
Can Community Land Trusts Solve Baltimore’s Homelessness Problem?
Most-ticketed drivers in Boston pay thousands annually: Frequent fines don’t faze some who cram onto city’s streets (I’ve suspected people do this)
Bureau of Sex Slavery
The man who gives out the most parking tickets in Boston
Great Moments In Journihilism*: David Brooks Pulls a McCarthy
Not the Smart One: On Jeb’s Garbled Support for the Washington Football Team’s Brand. Jeb Bush has unsurprisingly decided to side with bigotry in the case of Washington’s football team’s name. His incoherent reasoning should ring alarm bells for supporters and detractors alike.
Trump will lose, or I will eat this column
Angry Metro riders overjoyed at more oversight: ‘Hell yeah. Bring in the feds.’
Cops Brutally Beat Police Misconduct Investigator After Turning Off Dash Cam (thugs_to use a phrase)
They make the rules
Why We Can’t Reason Together

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1 Response to Links 10/6/15

  1. David Taylor, MD says:

    I enjoyed the article on parking tickets in Boston — when I lived there a number of years ago I took advantage of the habit that students had of jamming the parking meters with pop-tops at night; I’d park at a jammed meter the next morning, get a ticket, and write an appeal on the grounds that the meter was jammed. I don’t think I ever paid a parking fine for those meters — of course I collected a glove box full of tickets for other parking offenses, like a good Bostonian!

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