Links 9/5/16

Links for you. Science:

2 Lichen Mysteries Solved Reveal a Greater Hidden Truth
Do You Believe in God, or Is That a Software Glitch?
Four Things Scientists Should Watch Out for During Media Interviews
A decade on, vaccine has halved cervical cancer rate
On the worthlessness of inappropriate piloting

Other:

Why the Deeply Held Ideas of the Nation’s Most Elite Economists Were Direct Causes of Extreme Inequality
The University of Chicago is made of safe spaces
Mike Pence subsidizes offshorers (“How can I put this charitably? This is idiotic.”)
Clinton Hits Alt-Right, While Old-School Rightbloggers Play ‘Real Racist’ With Kaepernick
Why Do We Judge Parents For Putting Kids At Perceived — But Unreal — Risk?
Charlestown sunset
Why Progressives Are Cautiously Optimistic About Hillary Clinton
Shkrelli in the coal mine
America’s Ugly Strip Malls Were Caused By Government Regulation
Hillary Clinton’s big, important promise to end lead poisoning in America, explained
As I predicted, Stanislaw Burzynski is using “right to try” to bypass the FDA
The Underground History of the So-Called Public Option (Plus Underpants Gnomes) (interesting; I’m not as down on it. A Medicare/Medicaid option for all would be a good thing, but public option means many different things)
Jackie Robinson in 1972: ‘I Cannot Stand and Sing the Anthem; I Cannot Salute the Flag’
Here’s a tale of two scandals. Guess which one will get more play?
North Carolina’s Voting Bill Is Egregiously, Indefensibly Racist

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One Response to Links 9/5/16

  1. RE: Why do we judge parents?
    (note: I don’t!)

    Very astonishing piece! As a non-parent, bizarre & shocking.

    And I just can’t believe that people still have the basic perception that a father working is taking care of a child, but a mother working is abandoning the child. Especially after how many decades now of living in an economy based on a two-income household?

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