Links 6/8/19

Links for you. Science:

Canada’s forests actually emit more carbon than they absorb — despite what you’ve heard on Facebook
Close proximity interactions support transmission of ESBL-K. pneumoniae but not ESBL-E. coli in healthcare settings
The Shorebirds of Delaware Bay Are Going Hungry
Nuclear Power Always Ready For Extreme Weather
Composite Metagenome-Assembled Genomes Reduce the Quality of Public Genome Repositories


Will support grow for impeaching Trump? Data on Nixon offers a clue.
What Happened Last Tuesday: Part 2 — Who Did They Vote For?
Bernie Sanders: I Know Where I Came From. Does President Trump? (this seems relevant)
How Dan Snyder Can Get Back to the Good Graces of His Football Team’s Fans
Georgetown Student And ANC Commissioner May Not Be Able To Return To School After ‘Unexpected’ Insurance Decision
One of D-Day’s most famous, heroic assaults may have been unnecessary
A ‘Bridge’ to China, and Her Family’s Business, in the Trump Cabinet
‘It’s a miracle’: Helsinki’s radical solution to homelessness
Moving public opinion or waiting for it?
Watchdog Decries Koch Influence at George Washington University
Are We Fighting a War on Homelessness? Or a War on the Homeless?
St. Louis Fed Study Shows Rising Level of Financial Desperation Among the Poor, Hidden by Aggregates
How New York’s Elite Public Schools Lost Their Black and Hispanic Students
There is hard data that shows that a centrist Democrat would be a losing candidate
Incarcerated prisoners from D.C. could have their voting rights restored
Why 2020 Is Starting to Feel Like 2004
Pete Buttigieg’s Supreme Court Reform Plan Is Dumb as Hell
Another Brazen Trump Administration Corruption Tale, Courtesy of Elaine Chao
On YouTube’s Digital Playground, an Open Gate for Pedophiles
The Sum of All Beards

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1 Response to Links 6/8/19

  1. kaleberg says:

    That New York Times article on Stuyvesant ignores the primary reason. NYC used to have gifted and talented programs in every elementary and middle school. Giuliani eliminated that program in the early 1990s. He was cutting the school budgets and tracking programs were out of favor and easy to cut.

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