Links 9/15/16

Links for you. Science:

‘Feed a cold, starve a fever’? Here’s what science says
New Bivalve Species Discovered Living on a Sea Cucumber
Why you should worry about the privatization of genetic data
Florida’s Zika undercount hides extent of virus’ spread, experts say
Could Genetically Modified Mosquitoes Save Hawaii’s Endangered Birds?

Other:

Ed Smith And The Imagination Machine: The Untold Story Of A Black Video Game Pioneer (must-read)
Comparing: Candidates Flex Debate Muscles During TV Forum (the NYT completely rewrote a story about the sort-of national security debate)
Israel’s Impending Civil War
Teachers Are Working for Uber Just to Keep a Foothold in the Middle Class
Donald Trump just lied again about opposing the Iraq War before it started. Here’s proof.
Washington Post Admits the Hillary Clinton Email Mountain Is a Molehill After All
The case against big data: “It’s like you’re being put into a cult, but you don’t actually believe in it”
What the Sharing Economy Takes
This one quote shows what angry white guys mean when they talk about government overreach
What Deep Space Nine does that no other Star Trek series can
Street Photography by Fred Herzog (15 works)
A $15 Minimum Wage Would Stop 1.2 Million Households From Going Hungry
Costa Rica has gone 76 straight days using 100% renewable electricity
Colin Kaepernick Is Winning
5 Corporations Now Dominate Our Privatized Intelligence Industry
Meritocracy vs freedom
An Even Better Idea for Taxing Apple’s “Irish” Profits

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