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Understanding The Obama Era

For a very long time, I argued on this shitty blog that Obama’s policies were Rockefeller Republican policies–admittedly, not batshitloonitarian Ayn Randian policies–but Rockefeller Republican policies. And it was clear that the Republican party for a very long time had … Continue reading

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Links 2/25/19

Links for you. Science: Around 2,000 Artifacts Have Been Saved From the Ruins of Brazil’s National Museum Fire In space, NASA heard astronaut’s immune system scream What’s Pink and Pinstriped and Digests Wood? This New Shipworm Predictable Molecular Adaptation of … Continue reading

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Links 2/24/19

Links for you. Science: Reproducibility in behavioral assays Enteroinvasive Escherichia coli Outbreak Associated with a Potluck Party — North Carolina, June–July 2018 ‘For God’s sake, vaccinate your children’: Measles survivor still feels the effects after 69 years Anti-vaxx propaganda has … Continue reading

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Links 2/18/19

Links for you. Science: What Will D.C. Feel Like If Climate Change Continues Unabated? Mississippi Democrats saved butterfly sanctuary from Trump’s wall, but Trump might come for it anyway What happened to bird flu? How a major threat to human … Continue reading

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Links 2/2/19

Links for you. Science: 2019 Tech Speculations: Oxford Nanopore Stuck and Stressed: The Health Costs of Traffic The importance of public engagement on antibiotic resistance Are we city dwellers or hunter-gatherers? China confirms birth of gene-edited babies, blames scientist He … Continue reading

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In Case You Missed It…

…a week of Mad Biologist links: People Need To Get Out More Why A Howard Schultz Candidacy Would Be Awful: It’s The Press Corps, Stupid If ‘Football For a Buck’ Had Been Published In 2015, Trump Wouldn’t Be President The … Continue reading

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Links 1/16/19

Links for you. Science: Lake Baikal: how climate change is threatening the world’s oldest, deepest lake Should Evolution Treat Our Microbes as Part of Us? (I’m with Strassman on this) The Apple Watch 4 is an iffy atrial fibrillation detector … Continue reading

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