Links 9/10/16

Links for you. Science:

Venerable brain-cancer cell line faces identity crisis
Scientists Create Robotic Terminator To Hunt ‘Darwin’s Nightmare’ Fish
This is the oldest melody in existence – and it’s utterly enchanting
Florida’s Lonely Fight Against Zika (most public health catastrophes are largely due to human idiocy)
Cuttlefish Can Count to Five


Hillary Clinton’s Personal Emails Are the Key to Understanding Emailgate
Take Back the House, Democrats. Please.
A Quick Follow-up on Hillary Clinton’s Email
Remember that time Uncle Sam gave D.C. kids a tank and jet airplanes to play on?
Clinton isn’t doing better than previous Democrats with Latinos — even against Trump
Colin Kaepernick challenges sport’s nationalism, and our notion of it as safe space
Vice shows how not to treat freelancers
On the Goring of Hillary, and Narrative-itis
Trump’s history of corruption is mind-boggling. So why is Clinton supposedly the corrupt one?
14 Excerpts From the FBI’s Report on Hillary Clinton’s Email
The Facts of Life (hilarious)
The down view of index funds
A Tragedy We Can’t Ignore
One reason why the press doesn’t give you-know-who the benefit of the doubt (this is the only ‘scandal’ that ever made sense to me)
Legendary Apple Engineer Gets Rejected For Genius Bar Job
These annual 9/11 remembrances freak me out
Why firing bad teachers isn’t nearly as important as creating good ones
This Is Not an Apology: Some thoughts on Laos, and legacy

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One Response to Links 9/10/16

  1. jrkrideau says:

    Florida’s Lonely Fight Against Zika

    House and Senate Republicans crafted a $1.1 billion plan that also limited funding for Planned Parenthood and eased pesticide regulations. Senate Democrats balked.

    House and Senate Republicans are howling mad. Trying to score points in the face of an epidemic? Be against abortion but don’t mind killing or crippling foetuses and babies ? Idiots, scum.

    Don’t mind perhaps crippling the Florida economy. Just how many young foreign tourists used to visit Florida every winter—and just how of them will be heading somewhere else this winter? Heck how many young tourists from the northern USA will be visiting Florida this year?

    Inward migration of young professionals? Not if a couple are thinking of having children.

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