Links 11/5/17

Links for you. Science:

GOOP gives horrific and harmful advice about thyroid cancer. From a ghost.
Indonesians plant trees to nurse seagrass back to health in Wakatobi
Bees, social and solitary: Study reveals underlying genetic basis for halictid bee communication and social behavior
The EPA provides biblical justification for blocking scientists from scientific advisory boards
Karius Eyeing Sepsis, Transplant Patients as Key Markets for Infectious Disease Sequencing Test


Cake-cutting game theory trick could stop gerrymandering
Dustin Hoffman Sexually Harassed Me When I Was 17
Hundreds of Trump Organization secret subdomains are hosted in Russia
America Is Not a ‘Center-Right Nation’
Trump’s Connections to Russia – They Are Just a Ping Away
I looked for a state that’s taken the opioid epidemic seriously. I found Vermont.
Virginia Republican Candidate Says Democrats Are “Communists” and “Crackheads”: Corey Stewart, who narrowly lost the primary for governor, is now running for Senate. (the same state that nominated Oliver North for Senate…)
The Supreme Court Has An Ethics Problem
GOP’s proposed six-week abortion ban is mostly sexist trolling
Actually, John Kelly, the failed ‘compromise’ to avoid Civil War would have enshrined slavery
Third Way Democrats Double Down on Anti-90% Agenda With More Attacks on Public Schools
Awaiting Trump’s coal comeback, miners reject retraining
The Web began dying in 2014, here’s how
What Trump is really afraid that Mueller will find
The Mis-Education of Betsy DeVos
Trump pollster: Sanders would have won general election
Feds: A Small Town Police Chief Said Black People Were ‘Like ISIS’ And Wished He Could ‘Mow ’Em Down’
What Is Going on in Ward 3 Malden?
José Andrés Fed Puerto Rico, and May Change How Aid Is Given
Why Liberty University Kicked an Anti-Trump Christian Author Off Campus
Hackers Compromised the Trump Organization 4 Years Ago—and the Company Never Noticed (or chose not to notice)
The most elegant corporate tax reform

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1 Response to Links 11/5/17

  1. Bayesian Bouffant, FCD says:

    Cake-cutting game theory trick could stop gerrymandering

    The described method is flawed in that it describes two political parties divvying up the spoils. The right to equal representation belongs to the voters, not the political parties, which in practice may not be limited to two.

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