Links 6/9/17

Links for you. Science:

Taxonomy anarchy hampers conservation
Scientists Have Found the Oldest Known Human Fossils
The Emptiness of the All-Male Panel
From elevators to trains, earthquake early warning system grows as Trump threatens to kill it
Not sure what to title this: but its about NIH proposals, and oh yeah, I haven’t lightened up.


Kids Are Quoting Trump To Bully Their Classmates And Teachers Don’t Know What To Do About It
The Addicts Next Door
White Flight Followed Factory Jobs out of Gary, Indiana—Black People Didn’t Have a Choice
Generation Lead
I’m Irish and I spent a year traveling the US — here are the 17 things that surprised me about day to day life
It Is Time for Donald Trump to Leave the White House
Why America needs both a UBI and a job guarantee
Muriel Bowser Fined $13,000 For Excessive Campaign Contributions
Texas just lost a major convention because of the racist ‘show me your papers’ law
The Republican Party’s Sickness of the Soul
Are millennials worse off than Gen Xers? (though Gen X was the first generation in decades to be worse off than their parents–and this wasn’t believed at the time; it’s widely accepted this is the case for millenials)
Medicaid Is the Most Widely Used Benefit Program in Existence
Is there a neo-Nazi storm brewing in Trump country?
Why Would Russia Stop at ‘Influence’ When They Could Hack Directly?
Sen. Mark Warner: More state election systems were targeted by Russians
Every Day, the Story Grows
Body-cam footage confirms: Police are just plain more polite to white people
White House orders agencies to ignore Democrats’ oversight requests
How to Win Rural Voters Without Losing Liberal Values
He was an ardent WikiLeaks supporter. Then he got to know Julian Assange.

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1 Response to Links 6/9/17

  1. Bayesian Bouffant, FCD says:

    Scientists Have Found the Oldest Known Human Fossils

    The article refers to the oldest known fossils of our species Homo sapiens. But does “human” refer to a member of our species, or a member of our genus?

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