Monthly Archives: July 2017

Links 7/31/17

Links for you. Science: Where Else Does the U.S. Have an Infrastructure Problem? Antarctica This Isn’t the First U.S. Opiate-Addiction Crisis How Y2K Offers a Lesson for Fighting Climate Change ‘Scientific wellness’ study—and a famed biologist’s spinoff company—divide researchers Untreatable … Continue reading

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The Piper Of Dupont

Observed on Dupont Circle, D.C.:

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Serious Solon Senator Sasse Sasses Kids Today With Their Lazy Avocado Toast

Or something. On Sunday, Serious Solon and Republican Senator Ben Sasse wrote a Very Serious piece about the degeneration of well-off Kids Today who don’t work enough shitty jobs during the summer. If you want to waste your time reading … Continue reading

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Links 7/30/17

Links for you. Science: Second Norovirus Case Tied To Virginia Chipotle, Health Department Says (sick leave should be mandatory) I Found a Tenure-Track Job: The Big Picture Universal gloving (+/-gowning) is a horizontal intervention Thoughts on funding and support for … Continue reading

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Republicans Are Opening Themselves Up To Payback

And if the Democratic Party leadership, such as it is, weren’t so inept, this might actually come to pass (boldface mine): But one thing is certain. Someday soon Democrats will get another bite at the health-care apple. Pressure to pass … Continue reading

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Links 7/29/17

Links for you. Science: Boston wants to fight climate change. So why is every new building made of glass? New York City Salutes a Fecal Microbe That Sickens Millions The Lonely Lives of Dolphin Lice Placing drug-resistant strains of E. … Continue reading

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In Case You Missed It…

…a week of Mad Biologist links: Democrats Devise Dumb Slogan Our Authoritarian President Doesn’t Know How Our Health Insurance System Works With A New Slogan, The Democratic Party Begins To Slowly Shift D.C. Has Boot Scrapers The Problem Isn’t Algebra … Continue reading

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