Links 7/4/16

Gut Yontif America! Let’s celebrate with some links. Science:

More than 100 Nobel laureates take on Greenpeace over GMO stance
These Young Scientists Are Afraid They’ll Have To Leave The UK Because Of Brexit
“He Thinks He’s Untouchable”
The asteroid that killed the dinosaurs almost got us, too
NIH Refuses to March In—Again—And National Academies Challenge Human Subjects Regulation


The Second Time Around: James Traub on Neoliberal Technocracy
10 Things You Should Know About What It’s Really Like to Be Homeless
NYPD Watchdog Shatters Bratton’s ‘Broken Windows’ — Now What?
Escape Tunnel, Dug by Hand, Is Found at Holocaust Massacre Site
Her shocking murder became the stuff of legend. But everyone got the story wrong.
Christie Visits ANOTHER Gulen-Linked Charter School
Today’s Renters Really Are Worse Off Than Their Parents
Dupont Circle’s Fancy Gas Station
Black Lives Matter leader warns Clinton of convention protests (and he’s one of the more ‘establishment’ BLMers)
Let’s Talk About Bill Clinton Syndrome (I have a different take on why the Big Dog appears to have lost his game)
Another Plea for Elizabeth Warren to Keep Her Day Job
Reminder: Education Is Not a Damn Marketplace
Fear and Loathing at the Cross Arena in Bangor, Maine: Donald Trump Makes Headlines
Elizabeth Warren Opens Broad Attack Against Rent-Seeking Oligopolists Like Amazon, Apple, Google, Walmart, Comcast
Brexit: Huge Spanner in the Works – Negotiation of New UK Trade Deals Verboten Till Exit Complete
Is This Why Hillary Clinton Is Trusted By So Few Americans? (uncorruptable politicians)

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One Response to Links 7/4/16

  1. Omri says:

    “But the BBC interview with the EU’s most senior trade official reveals it’s even worse than that. The negotiations of the UK’s departure from the EU and new EU trade arrangements cannot take place in parallel. They must be sequential. No new deal talks with the EU until the exit is completed.”

    Wow, that’s disgusting.

    This kind of move is in the interests of the EU, but it is against the interests of the citizens of the EU member nations, UK included.

    Way to demonstrate part of the case for Leave, Brussels.

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