Links for you. Science:
When the Revolution Came for Amy Cuddy
Why do we call it that? Backstories of seven disease names
Maybe you shouldn’t vaccinate your kids—maybe equinate them instead
The Unforgiving Math That Stops Epidemics
FDA Releases 2015 NARMS Integrated Report
Single-Payer Opponents Say the Transition Process Would Be Too Difficult. But 10,000 People Do It Every Day.
Fats Domino: a rock’n’roll life in pictures
New U.S. ambassador to Canada Kelly Craft says she believes ‘both sides’ of climate science (#BothSidesMatter?)
Look who’s been doing business with the Iranian Revolutionary Guard
How solar energy saved a Puerto Rican farm from Hurricane Maria
The Voter Fraud Commission Wants Your Data — But Experts Say They Can’t Keep It Safe
People seem to think “Nazi” is meant as a slur or term of abuse. It’s not: it has a straightforward, literal meaning.
10-Year-Old Immigrant Is Detained After Agents Stop Her on Way to Surgery
With fast-charging, electric cars will soon match or beat gasoline cars in every respect
YouTube Trumpkin and Former Milo Intern Kills His Own Dad for Calling Him a Nazi
In Cambodia, Activists Risk Prison to Expose Ecological Scars of Sand Mining
Aid groups say they’re ’empowering’ women with cows and chickens. They’re not (neoliberalism strikes again!)
Teachers Report Stressed, Anxious Students In The ‘Age Of Trump’
Las Vegas shooting victims struggle to afford mounting medical costs
Anne Frank’s diary was read in Italian stadiums. Some fans turned their backs and sang in protest.
Dear Democrats: Stop rehabilitating George W. Bush
The Flip Side of NIMBY Zoning