Monthly Archives: December 2019

Links 12/31/19

Links for you. Science: FDA Approves Ebola Vaccine With 100% Effectiveness Unorthodox Alzheimer’s researcher Robert Moir dies at age 58 Acidifying oceans could eat away at sharks’ skin and teeth Will the United States Lose the Universe? Trump might help … Continue reading

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2019 in One Video

I kid (sort of), as I’ve been looking for an excuse to post this (some of the action, such as it is occurs at the 11:50 and 16:30 marks):

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A Year in Fake Signing Statements, Part III

Part I can be found here; Part II can be found here. July: MOAR BELOW!

Posted in Bloggity Blog

Links 12/30/19

Links for you. Science: Another Benefit to Going to Museums? You May Live Longer A major funder of the anti-vaccine movement has made millions selling natural health products Low-Income Baltimore Blocks Host Bigger, More Dangerous Mosquitoes Changing Seas Bring ‘Turtle … Continue reading

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A Year in Fake Signing Statements, Part II

Part I can be found here. April, in like a lion…: MOAR BELOW!

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Links 12/29/19

Links for you. Science: How we gave away the secrets of the universe and the wealth of the world The surprisingly complicated physics of why cats always land on their feet Crisis Looms in Antibiotics as Drug Makers Go Bankrupt … Continue reading

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A Year in Fake Signing Statements, Part 1

Here’s part I. Starting with January: MOAR BELOW!

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In Case You Missed It…

…a week of Mad Biologist links: ZooLights If a Democrat Had Done This: The Matt Shea Domestic Terrorism Edition Our Current Healthcare System Is a Bad Jobs Guarantee USBG Christmas Buttigieg, Bloomberg, and Brown M&Ms Why I’m Not Optimistic About … Continue reading

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Links 12/27/19

Links for you. Science: Comments on the draft NIH Policy for Data Management and Sharing (people who apply for grants should definitely read this) Is your future income written in your DNA? Why whales are big but not bigger: Physiological … Continue reading

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Why I’m Not Optimistic About Global Warming

Ultimately, if we want to seriously combat global warming–not just slow it slightly, but seriously get at the problem–then we need to alter how we live in very fundamental ways, as this piece about Boulder, Colorado illustrates (boldface mine): Low-density … Continue reading

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