Links 11/13/18

Links for you. Science:

No, A Study Did Not Find That Cellphones Can Give You Cancer
I reviewed all 161 of GOOP’s wellness products for pseudoscience. Here’s what I found.
Graduate Student Solves Quantum Verification Problem
Closing the High Seas to Fishing Probably Won’t Hurt Global Food Security
Why are humans killing 100 million sharks every year?


A house divided
In Mexico City, good transit service matters more than new technology
NYT gets punked pursuing “both sides” and “Women for Trump”.
Stop blaming millennials for not voting. Blame America’s screwed-up system — and fix it!
‘I’ve never been so scared’: D.C. fire crews forced to serve on run-down rigs (it’s the mayor’s job to make sure things aren’t broken. Good job Bowser…)
Native Americans Aren’t Fighting For Democrats In North Dakota — They’re Fighting For Their Voice
Republicans Undertake Last-Minute Wave of Voter Suppression
The Trump Administration Flunked Its Math Homework
The White House’s Deceptive Pickup Truck Math
Max Boot Is Very Sorry for Backing the GOP and the Iraq Invasion. Why Is He Being Praised for This?
Stop pretending everything is okay
The Clash opened for the Who at Shea Stadium and they rented a 1959 Cadillac Eldorado convertible to take them there. I was driving my Rambler convertible next to them so Don Letts could shoot film of their trip and I took this photo
Why Do Candidates Ignore Mass Transit?
We now have a dollar value for one of oil’s biggest subsidies
Dutch People Are Dicks. Here’s Why Americans Should Try It.
The Mansion of the Kavanaughs
Tell Me It’s Going to be OK

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2 Responses to Links 11/13/18

  1. maura says:

    i like to think if the mad biologist invited the orange ferret wearing to a public hanging he would weear a noose just to be in the spirit of the thing

  2. Min says:

    Max Boot, Prodigal Son.

    People may forgive Boot or not, for what he said. But politically, if Boot has truly repented, he can provide both the arguments and the example for other conservatives to follow. Looking to recent history, Governor Wallace repented his racism, but did not remain on the political stage. If he had done so, as a pundit, as a powerful voice against racism, speaking in favor of desegregation and racial harmony across the nation, Trump might not be president today.

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