Links 5/31/18

Links for you. Science:

Arizona state education standards see evolution deleted
Genetic Intelligence Tests Are Next to Worthless
It Saves Lives. It Can Save Money. So Why Aren’t We Spending More on Public Health?
The concept of a thousand-year rainstorm is legitimate but limited. Here’s what you should understand about it.
Alan Bean, Apollo 12 Astronaut Who Walked On The Moon, Dies At 86


Harvard study estimates thousands died in Puerto Rico because of Hurricane Maria
Republicans’ inhumanity at the border reveals their grand scam
Politics Is More Partisan Now, But It’s Not More Divisive
Metro wants bus trips to be faster, and getting rid of cash may be the answer
Conservatives Want Discriminating Coffee Houses
Zuckerberg set up fraudulent scheme to ‘weaponise’ data, court case alleges
What It’s Like When Elon Musk’s Twitter Mob Comes After You
Trump is still acting like a tinpot kleptocrat. Here’s a rundown.
Why does Trump lie? Just ask Billy Bush.
Why Marc Elrich is not the right choice for Montgomery County Executive (endorsement aside, good discussion of urban planning)
Amy Klobuchar remark encapsulates Democrats’ missed opportunity to highlight Trump’s corruption
Greitens goes out the way he came in, haunted by the specter of dark money
Trump’s not a liar. He’s a madman. (he’s ill)
Portland’s gentrification has its roots in racism
The more valuable your work is to society, the less you’ll be paid for it
Mike Pompeo to Huddle With Anti-Semite’s Envoy
Roseanne And The Grand Trump Delusion
Actually, the U.S. Can Afford Welfare
What the Metro could have looked like
Resistance makes subtle impact even where Trump is popular

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