Since it’s my birthday (and we do not work on this holy day), I’m giving links to some posts that got a lot of traffic or links (somebody liked them….). Enjoy:
Scientific Consensus Is a Process, Not a List of Names
To Restore Science to Its Rightful Place, We Need to Redefine Elitism
A Question for Science Journalists: What About the ‘Other Side’ of Science?
Note to Obama: You Need to Rebuild Trust Within Your Own Party
Why Were the Donut Fearers Ever Taken Seriously?
Obama and Self-Inflicted Negotiation: More of the Same?
Jindal Is Smart? Really?
How Is Turning Away the Mentally Ill a Good Solution?
How to Deal with Foreclosed Home Owners
Krugman Discusses the Mad Biologist: Now If I Had Only Put That on My Blog
Update on the Housing Post
This Is What Class Warfare Looks Like: The So-Called Free Market Edition
Big Sh-tpile and Why Geithner’s Plan Won’t Work
To Be Scientifically Literate, You Do Have to Know Things
Kristof on MRSA: Good, but There’s Better Evidence
Biotech and Business Journalism: It’s the Business Model, Stupid
I Told You the Pork Lobbyists Would Comment on Kristof’s Column
Very Wealthy People Can Be Very Stupid: The Obama Tax Plan Edition
Happy Birthday, Mike!
Nicholas Kristof: STATS winner of the worst “science” journalist of the year.
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I’ve dropped some hints in the past that my relationship with ScienceBlogs would be…altered.
The old saw that ‘we hang together or we get hung separately‘ is a perfect description…
Links for you. Science:
Underground river ‘Rio Hamza’ discovered 4km beneath the Amazon
What do accommodationists do…
Recently, The New York Times published an op-ed calling for curricular changes in K-12 math education:
Links for you.
Another Scientist Calls Out Sen. Coburn’s Misleading, Juvenile “Report”
XMRV: ITS EVERYWHERE! UUUUUGH! ITS IN…