Links 10/30/15

Links for you. Science:

Mysterious oak leaf itch mite leaves its tiny bite mark across lower Plains
Recombination produces coherent bacterial species clusters in both core and accessory genomes
Why These Moose are Butting Heads on a Suburban Street
Bacteriophages isolated from Lake Michigan demonstrate broad host-range across several bacterial phyla
Maine governor appoints creationist as head of state education commission


How Texas Teaches History
Texas officials raid several Planned Parenthood offices, demand addresses of employees (by the way, in Norway, “Texas” is now slang for fucking crazy, and not in a good way)
Opponents of 6th Street bike lane overwhelm meeting, called early due to crowding
Minority homeownership and wealth-creation
A 23-year-old Google employee lives in a truck in the company’s parking lot and saves 90% of his income
Bill Maris: Here’s why Google Ventures didn’t invest in Theranos
How the Internet Has Changed Bullying
D.C. vows to block any Metro fare increase or service cut
The chaos theory of Donald Trump: The secret to his unprecedented success — and why it’s very good news for Ted Cruz
Clinton Takes Her Adviser’s Side, Attacking Big Banks but Not BlackRock (this is exactly the kind of shit that I’m worried about with Clinton. We’re going to constantly have to defend shit like this. It’s not illegal (mostly), but it is sleazy, and creates a media frenzy. It gets tiresome…)
John Locke’s Road to Serfdom
Welcome to the internet of paranoia
Plan For Metro Retirement Benefits Stymied By Board Reps (this is why friends don’t let friends vote Republican)
For D.C.’s desperate, a refuge from homelessness is about to disappear

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1 Response to Links 10/30/15

  1. Chris G says:

    “Clinton Takes Her Adviser’s Side, Attacking Big Banks but Not BlackRock” link is broken.

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