Links 3/11/17

Links for you. Science:

On Galápagos, Revealing the Blue-Footed Booby’s True Colors
Activists Rush to Save Government Science Data — If They Can Find It
Figuring Out When and Why Squids Lost Their Shells
How the Amazon’s Cashews and Cacao Point to Cultivation by the Ancients
This desert in the Southwest is experiencing a wildflower ‘superbloom’


Texas is the Future
Vanity Fair Acts as Democratic Party Enforcer Against Greenwald, NC, Others; Train Wreck Ensues (Wolcott’s Lucking Out: My Life Getting Down and Semi-Dirty in the Seventies is brilliant, but he really went off the rails in that essay)
At the root of Trump’s new fury: Total contempt for American democracy
‘Where will they go?’ MLK Library, a refuge for the city’s homeless, closes for renovation.
Kids Today Are Way Less Scary Than They Used To Be
Hey, It’s a Problem the President Believes Things That Aren’t True
Good Deal!
America’s Hidden Water Affordability Crisis
How America Became a Colonial Leader in Its Own Cities
Russia: The Conspiracy Trap
Doesn’t Take Too Many Degrees Of Separation
Is It Better to Be Poor in Bangladesh or the Mississippi Delta?
In Wake Of MLK Library Closure, D.C. Officials Scramble To Find Alternatives For Homeless
Trumpcare Is the Culmination of All the GOP’s Health-Care Lies
200 original DC streetcars survived the 1960s. Only one still carries passengers
D.C. mayor sets goal to grow private sector to $100 billion, cap unemployment at 10 percent in every ward
Connecting Trump’s Dots to Russia
Killing a Program That Brings History to Life

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