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 drivers and ecological limits in the age of ocean giants
Top scientists warn of an Amazon ‘tipping point’
Aducanumab isn’t the simple solution to the complicated Alzheimer’s crisis


The Anonymous White House Official and the Naïve Republican Fantasy of “A Warning”
‘Medicare For All’ May Not Be The Political Suicide Mission Moderates Say It Is
We Can’t See ‘Star Wars’ Anymore
Why Trump’s hatred of government will only get worse
There Is No Line: If we want immigrants to follow the law, we need better laws.
Sex Pistols U.S. visa photos, 1977
Chinese Restaurants Are Closing. That’s a Good Thing, the Owners Say.
Democrats are actually being savvy. Who would have thought it?
The Ongoing Effort to Write Wall Street Out of the 2008 Financial Crisis
Total Surveillance Is Not What America Signed Up For
Nuclear Energy Stopgap (Yang is right about this)
How to Turn Anger and Fear Into Political Power (the ‘West Wing’ wing of the Democratic Party would think this is beneath them though…)
The A to Z of Things Trump Could and Should Have Been Impeached For
How a Poisoning in Bulgaria Exposed Russian Assassins in Europe
Impeachment Hurts, and Trump Knows It
‘She’s just one more missing voice’: D.C. says 117 homeless people died here this year
An Open Letter To Jane Lynch, RE: The Class War
The Decade of Citizens United
Colleges are turning students’ phones into surveillance machines, tracking the locations of hundreds of thousands (but somewhere a wingnut welfare recipient wasn’t given permission to speak on a campus something something…)
How I Describe Progressive Issues I Support When Visiting My Republican Family for the Holidays

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1 Response to Links 12/27/19

  1. hipparchia says:

    re the mcsweeney’s list of talking points –

    “No point in starting a new business if people can’t afford to purchase stuff from you. More people with money means more people driving American innovation and supporting small businesses. You want to squash American innovation?!”

    I’ve been using this one a lot myself, but i’ll have to try out some of the others too. thanks for pointing them out.

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