Monthly Archives: January 2019

Links 1/31/19

Links for you. Science: Tiny animal carcasses found in buried Antarctic lake The herd to the rescue: How an invisible shield can keep us healthy Letter in response to Jan. 17 article in The New York Times California’s most famous … Continue reading

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In The Jungle

Observed on P Street NW, between 14th and 15th, Logan Circle, D.C.:

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First, We Stop The Dying. Then, If Needed, We Worry About Inflation

With radical centrist Howard Schultz tossing his hat into the ring, as predicted, radical centrists are starting up with the ‘how are you going to pay for it?‘ crap. The snarky answer would be, “We’ll pay for it the same … Continue reading

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Links 1/30/19

Links for you. Science: There’s No Medical Reason to Get Your Period While On the Pill The endless hunt for the perfect flu vaccine Go to bed! Brain researchers warn that lack of sleep is a public health crisis. And … Continue reading

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Good Boy

Observed in Blagden Alley, D.C.:

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The Cost Of Large Concentrations Of Wealth

One problem when the wealthy, whether individuals or corporations, have so much damn money is that it becomes trivial for them to buy out people (as crass as that sounds). From an article about computer scientists, we find the following … Continue reading

Posted in Economics

Links 1/29/19

Links for you. Science: Errors in long-read assemblies can critically affect protein prediction Is the fishing industry leaving enough food for Antarctica’s top predators? Dinosaurs, fossils and the experts who study them have all waited for an end to the … Continue reading

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