Links for you. Science:
There is no such thing as a computational person
A Credibility Crisis in Food Science
Nobody Was Going To Solve These Cold Cases. Then Came The DNA Crime Solvers.
A Short History of the Missing Universe
How the octopus got its smarts
Devin Nunes’s Family Farm Is Hiding a Politically Explosive Secret (‘heartland’ values and ethics…)
‘They was killing black people’
The man who designed modern Boston
Democrats Needed To Match Lindsey Graham’s Fury (they can’t because they lack true conviction)
Why Maryland police aren’t investigating the Kavanaugh allegations
‘This guy doesn’t know anything’: the inside story of Trump’s shambolic transition team
Here’s What Taxes Are Going Up In D.C. Today
Mattis is poisoning the well on women in combat
Councilmember Elissa Silverman to Introduce Initiative 77 Compromise Tuesday
Smelling Their Own Farts
Silicon Valley’s Brett Kavanaugh problem
The GOP effort to slam through the Kavanaugh nomination is a flashpoint because it reveals the essence of today’s GOP: a belief that some people are better than others, and should rule the rest of us. That has been the heart of GOP since 1980; the Kavanaugh case exposes it.
Fury Is a Political Weapon. And Women Need to Wield It.
How to Fight Back the Doom in the Age of Kavanaugh
The Most Important Least-Noticed Economic Event of the Decade: A localized recession in manufacturing-heavy areas can explain a lot of things
Elizabeth Warren’s Ambitious Fix for America’s Housing Crisis
Kavanaugh clerk hire casts light on link to judge forced to quit in #MeToo era