March 10th, 2017


Interesting Links for 10-03-2017

Religious experiences may be down to epilepsy
(tags: religion brain )
Indyref2 set for after May has ballsed everything up but before she’s kicked out
(tags: independence funny true politics uk viaPatrickHadfield )
Chemtrails may protect against vaccine injuries, study finds
(tags: satire research viaCipherGoth vaccine autism conspiracy )
Tracking your goals can make you enjoy them less
Doesn't apply to goals you hate doing in the first place, of course. Which is how I feel about most exercise.
(tags: exercise motivation psychology )
This "Horrifying" Video Of Coca Cola Vs Coke Zero Is Actually Not Horrifying At All
(tags: cocacola video sugar )
Space cake!
(tags: cake space viaElfy )
A good example of why Wikipedia won't allow The Daily Mail as a source
(tags: DailyMail lies pornography japan viaJennieRigg )
I was a Marine. I can’t be silent about the sexual harassment I faced anymore.
(tags: usa military sexism abuse )
Hundreds of Marines investigated for sharing photos of naked colleagues
(tags: usa sexism military )
"Google's Algorithm Is Lying to You About Onions and Blaming Me for It "
(tags: google fail cooking )
A huge historical map collection
(tags: maps history viaAlexTFish )
Worker uses women's name, gets treated like he knows nothing
(tags: women sexism )
Buffy’s James Marsters on the hardest day of his professional life
(tags: buffy interview )
BT strikes deal to legally separate Openreach division
(tags: internet UK BT GoodNews )
Why Dentistry Is Separate from Medicine
US centric, but similar questions apply elsewhere. Dentistry in the UK is much more privatised than the NHS, for instance
(tags: teeth medicine )
Working While Female – a follow-up to the earlier link
(tags: women sexism work )
Look on my works, ye mighty … Ozymandias statue found in mud
(tags: egypt archeology )
Elon Musk offers to fix Australian power network in 100 days (or do it for free)
(tags: australia power batteries )
Are people's attention spans actually getting shorter?
(tags: psychology attention research )

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