Category Archives: Elsewhere

Elsewhere for July 23, 2017

You should read this for 7/23/2017:   Joel Clement was Director of the Office of Policy Analysis at the U.S. Interior Department until last week. He is now a senior adviser at the department’s Office of Natural Resources Revenue.<a href=”https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/im-a-scientist-the-trump-administration-reassigned-me-for-speaking-up-about-climate-change/2017/07/19/389b8dce-6b12-11e7-9c15-177740635e83_story.html>I’m a scientist. I’m blowing the whistle on the Trump administration….

Elsewhere for July 16. 2017

You should read this for 7/16/2017: The Sugarcoated Language Of White Fragility “For a while now, I’ve been thinking about how terms like ‘white privilege,’ ‘inclusion’ and ‘unconscious bias’ all sound just . . . too nice. Don’t they seem a little on the pleasant side for words used to address a…

Elsewhere for July 2, 2017

You should read this for 7/2/2017: New TSA Policy May Lead to Increased Scrutiny of Reading Material When my father died, and I flew back East for the service, I had dissertation materials with me, including manuscript photographs of Cotton Nero MS A.X, art.3 Sir Gawain and the Green Knight,…

Elsewhere for June 25, 2017

You should read this for 6/25/2017: Quantum entanglement, science’s ‘spookiest’ phenomenon, achieved in space “In a new study in the journal Science, Pan and his colleagues report that they were able to produce entangled photons on a satellite orbiting 300 miles above the planet and beam the particles to two different…

Elsewhere for June 18, 2017

You should read this for 6/18/2017: Culprit hidden in plain sight in Alzheimer disease development“A new study by researchers at the University of Montana, Universidad del Valle de México, Instituto Nacional de Pediatría, Boise State, and Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, heightens concerns over the detrimental short- and long-term impact…

Elsewhere for June 11, 2017

You should read this for 6/11/2017: Tim O’Reilly via Medium: Do More! What Amazon Teaches Us About AI and the “Jobless Future” Education Secretary Betsy DeVos exposes her ignorance in front of Congress: What we just learned from Betsy DeVos’s painful appearance before Congress “DeVos said Tuesday on Capitol Hill that…

Elsewhere for June 4, 2016

You should read this for 6/4/2017: Bone fragment from ancient 1,500-pound ground sloth unearthed beneath Crenshaw Boulevard“For the third time in six months, crews working on a Los Angeles rail system expansion have unearthed fossils of beasts that roamed the Southland many millennia ago.” Curiosity rover finds its crater was…

Elsewhere for May 28, 2017

You should read this for 5/28/2017: Via Dave Zirin in The Nation: A Lynching on the University of Maryland Campus “Richard Collins III was killed Saturday night because of the color of his skin.” Via The Atlantic: That Time the TSA Found a Scientist’s 3-D-Printed Mouse Penis “I do outreach…

Elsewhere for May 21, 2017

You should read this for 5/21/2017: Via The New York Times: The World Is Getting Hacked. Why Don’t We Do More to Stop It? Ransomware Attacks Ravage Computer Networks In Dozens Of Countries “So this attack is raising one of these fundamental issues that we talk about in the security…

Elsewhere for May 14, 2017

You should read this for 5/14/2017: Via the BBC: Obamacare v Republican plan compared FCC and Congress Work to Roll Back Net Neutrality“he FCC, under a new chairman aligned with the Trump administration, is moving fast to undo the net neutrality framework that has been upheld by the courts. Furthermore,…

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