Links for you. Science:
Spotted! A Coyote and Badger Hunting Together
Frog goes extinct, media yawns
18 Awesome Facts About Giant Isopods
Gone Too Soon – Ralph Cicerone, a Quiet Force for Scientific Progress in a Divisive Climate
Ralph J. Cicerone, scientist who worked to protect the ozone layer, dies at 73
Hillary Clinton has to be gracious to Donald Trump. The rest of us don’t. (more importantly, we can’t afford to be nice)
The Art of Spin: How Hillary Clinton backers deployed faux feminism and privilege politics to divert attention from her destructive policies
Thoughts On Question 2 and Charter School Expansion (must-read)
America’s road trip: will the US ever kick the car habit?
The true cost of mass incarceration exceeds $1 trillion
How intellectual property rules help the rich and hurt the poor
Did Robert Caruso Con The Washington Press—Or Is That What The Russians Want You To Think?
Donald Trump and the rise of white identity in politics
It’s More Than Race: Why Rural Communities Love Donald Trump
Cylance Discloses Voting Machine Vulnerability
David Brooks Cannot Remember What David Brooks Wrote
The Ruling-Class Circus: The absurdity of this election has shown how badly we need a working-class politics of justice and solidarity.
The MacBook Pro is a lie
Alt Right Conspiracy Theorists Obsess Over Comet Ping Pong
Why Google, Facebook and Uber aren’t contributing to long-term innovation
The Big Con: what is really at stake in this US election
Obama may become DC Metro rider
Obama’s Plan to Destroy America Has Failed Miserably
Law enforcement loves Trump. It makes policing minority communities much harder.
The Lost Civilization of Dial-Up Bulletin Board Systems
Red-light cameras save children’s lives, study finds (and don’t shoot people either)