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Links 12/12/19

Links for you. Science: We Need A Blue New Deal For Our Oceans The bizarre and ecologically important hidden lives of mosquitoes How Herpes Became a Sexual Boogeyman How to Permanently End Diseases Among U.S. States, New York’s Suicide Rate … Continue reading

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Links 12/11/19

Links for you. Science: Measles Cripples Immune System For Years After Infection ‘AI Farms’ Are at the Forefront of China’s Global Ambitions When did societies become modern? ‘Big history’ dashes popular idea of Axial Age How a closed-door meeting shows … Continue reading

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Links 12/10/19

Links for you. Science: New research investigates intriguing approach to Alzheimer’s—and potential that it can be reversed Why the huge surge in EEE cases? Federal rules requiring quick sample disposal mean we may never know For sea turtles, Cape Cod … Continue reading

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Links 12/9/19

Links for you. Science: Samoa shuts down in unprecedented battle against measles crisis (anti-vaccinationism is self-correcting, though the promulgators of this idiocy rarely pay the price) What’s behind the spike in death rates among young adults in Minnesota? China’s Genetic … Continue reading

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Links 12/8/19

Links for you. Science: China Uses DNA to Map Faces, With Help From the West Tainted Data Can Teach Algorithms the Wrong Lessons How Peru’s potato museum could stave off world food crisis OK SO let’s say it’s 1962 and … Continue reading

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Links 12/7/19

Links for you. Science: Scientists used loudspeakers to make dead coral reefs sound healthy. Fish flocked to them. The silent “sixth” sense Trees informing networks explaining trees Measles Outbreak Leads to Shutdown of Public Services in Samoa The Second Wave … Continue reading

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Links 12/6/19

Links for you. Science: ‘It’s Pathetic:’ World Fails to Protect One of the Most Eaten Sharks Cats do have facial expressions, but you probably can’t read them Science Committee Adds Rural STEM Education to Broadening Participation Push Hitting many birds … Continue reading

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