July 24th, 2018

Illuminati

Interesting Links for 24-07-2018

The Times comes out for dictatorship
(tags: newspapers uk politics OhForFucksSake )
What, exactly, are the WorldCon committee up to?
(tags: conventions wtf scifi )
This is the Tories advertising for people to stand in the street tomorrow, to welcome the President of Qatar. Because we are a joke of a nation
(tags: qatar acting wtf )
Brexit: What happens if UK leaves the EU with no deal?
(tags: UK Europe doom )
Terry Crews Speaks Out In Support Of Brendan Fraser
(tags: abuse assault hollywood )
There are cultures all across the world, throughout history, who saw more than two genders
(tags: gender )
The Onion's Review of ‘Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again’ is just perfect
(tags: review movies video music fun )
Offshore owners of British property to be forced to reveal names
(tags: corruption housing uk transparency )
A Complete Electron Microscopy Volume of the Brain of a fruit fly, at neuron level
(tags: brain insects scanning neuroscience )
2018’s “Board Game of the Year” award goes to… Azul!
I've played this with someone. Can't remember who!
(tags: games )
Britain only finished paying off slave owners in 2015
(tags: slavery uk debt viajoexnz )
Jeremy Corbyn to highlight economic 'benefit' of Brexit
(tags: Labour UK Europe OhForFucksSake )
First of ScotRail's new electric trains take to track
(tags: Scotland trains transport electricity )
The Genetics of Staying in School
One reason is to look at how genes and environments interact.“If you did a study like ours 100 years ago, the strongest genetic predictor of education would be how many X chromosomes you had, because society was set up in a way that it was much harder for women to get educated than men,” says Benjamin. Likewise, many of the genes that are associated with education today are likely important “because of how today’s educational system is set up. It requires people to sit at desks for hours, and listen to instructions from a teacher. People who get restless, or are less obedient to authority, will fare less well in that environment.”
(tags: genetics Education )

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