A Year Of Mad Biologist Links

Here are some links from the past year that either you, the readers liked, or that I liked (cuz it’s my blog):

The Path To Victory Goes Through ‘Progressive Deplorables’

The Thing Democrats Need To Understand

PacBio Finally Makes A Move It Desperately Needed To Make

The Ethics Of A New York Times Subscription

The Successful Violent Anti-Fascist Campaign That Is Being Ignored

This Is What We’re Up Against

The Difference Between A Narcissist And A Self-Absorbed Asshole

The Problem Isn’t Algebra

Overheads: Nobody Is Leaving Money On The Table

The Second Worst Cost Of Antibiotic Resistance

This Is Clearly The Hardest Trump Has Had To Work In A Long Time

How Else Did They Think This Would Play Out?

Remember The Victims Of The Nebraska Public Power District

NIH And Coal Mining

Republican Voters Married The Guy Or Girl You’re Only Supposed To Date

Tolerance Is A Peace Treaty And A Social Compact, Nothing More

Older GenXers Are Still Getting The Shaft

Why This Old Democrat Has Trust Issues With New Democrats

Narcissists Eventually Turn On Everyone

Working For A Narcissist: Lies And The Human Need To Tell The Truth

The Blut Und Boden Wing Of The Republican Party

UTIs: The Other Part Of Antibiotic Resistance That Should Worry Us

Military Lernerism

We’re Not Having A Serious Discussion About Grant Overheads

We Should Be Shocked, But Not Surprised By Our Internal Security Forces Behavior

You Can’t Be Intersectional Without An Economic Plan

Stereotyping NIMBYs

Focus On Whether Perpetrators Repent, Not If Victims Forgive

What We Mean By ‘Antibiotic Resistance’: The Ciprofloxacin-Shigella Alert Edition

An Inconvenient Fact

What’s The Matter With Ohio?

The Majority Of People Employed By The Federal Government Aren’t Federal Employees

Maybe Attacking Labor Dems For 25 Years Was A Bad Idea: The MA Teachers Edition

Labor Is Getting Restless With The Democratic Establishment

The Clinical And Bioinformatic CTX-M Problem

What Does It Mean To Be A Democrat?

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