Links 12/28/16

Links for you. Science:

27 Of The Most Amazing Science Photos Of 2016
We Are All Princes, Paupers, and Part of the Human Family
My Dinners With Harold: How a shy Ph.D. in English literature revolutionized the science of cooking and became revered in the most famous kitchens in the world
First Americans must have arrived by sea, not via Alaska
Why Does Your Nose Get Stuffy One Nostril at a Time?


A false dichotomy
Beware of “Streets” bearing gifts
Sorry, Garrison Keillor: Keith Ellison for President could have beaten Trump, and still Can
More Than Five Years After Their Arrest, Convictions Reversed For D.C. Occupy Protesters
Power and Persuasion: Bernie Sanders’s nationally televised town hall spotlighted the type of politics we need to beat Trump
Jodie Foster, Robert De Niro and Harvey Keitel, Cannes, 1976.
Should I Lie About My Beliefs to Get Health Insurance?
‘Did the Holocaust happen’? Top search result says no and Google refuses to change it
The Anti-Democratic Worldview of Steve Bannon and Peter Thiel
NYPD Reports ‘Huge Spike’ in Hate Crimes Since Donald Trump’s Election (75% are against Jews)
What Vichy France can teach us about the normalization of state violence
Fake News Is Not the Real Media Threat We’re Facing
The phantom “War on Christmas”
Why Stop Now?
Here’s an Organizing Strategy to Revive the Democratic Party That Doesn’t Depend on White Voters

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1 Response to Links 12/28/16

  1. Min says:

    There’s nothing wrong with registering more Blacks to vote. But why stop there? Register poor people. And don’t aim at 2020, aim at 2018. That’s when the next elections are.

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